Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Suspect in UPenn student's murder made disturbing comments online

Suspect in UPenn student's murder made disturbing comments online

A suspect has been arrested in the death of 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein, whose body was found this week at a Southern California park.

Woodward was the last person to see Bernstein alive, Barnes said.

Woodward, who attended the Orange County School of the Arts with Bernstein, defended the Confederate flag and expressed an affinity for weapons on social media, CBS Los Angeles reported.

Orange County Sheriff's Department shows Blaze Bernstein 19 as they seek the public's help in finding him. The OCSD says Bernstein was last seen around 11 p.m. Tuesday Jan. 2 2018 while entering Borrego Pa
Blaze Bernstein 19 was found dead Tuesday in a California park. He was reported missing Jan. 3 authorities said

Bernstein, who was home visiting family in Orange County during his school break from the University of Pennsylvania, was last seen alive about 11 p.m. on January 2.

According to investigators, Woodward was interviewed in connection with the case and appeared nervous during the discussion, had scratched hands and dirt under his fingernails, and avoided touching doors with his hands while leaving the sheriff's building.

Bernstein, who went missing on January 2, was found dead in a shallow grave around the perimeter of Borrego Park earlier this week.

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An arrest has been made in connection to the death of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein, according to a press release from the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Investigators said they are treating his death as a homicide.

Witnesses told investigators the high-school classmates drove to the park on January 2 where Bernstein went into the woods shortly before midnight and disappeared. He eventually began sending text messages to Bernstein when he didn't return after an hour.

A funeral is planned for Monday for the popular premed student, who was home on winter break from the Ivy League achool.

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Authorities are not specifying the condition of Blaze's body or how he died yet, as there is still an ongoing, active investigation in the case. He said he left the park at 1 a.m. and drove to his girlfriend's house in Tustin and then returned to the park at about 3:40 a.m. after Bernstein still had not responded. These were from a "fight club" he was involved in, according to the report.

The warrant also stated that the friend was also "breathing heavy, talking fast and visibly shaking".

Bernstein's mother, Jeanne Pepper, responded to news of the arrest on Twitter, writing, "Finally". Inside the vehicle, officers found camping equipment, a black belt, and a large plastic bin inside. "Revenge is empty. It will never bring back my son".

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He agreed to be further interviewed at the sheriff's headquarters in Santa Ana, where his story "stayed fairly consistent". "My only hopes are that he will never have the opportunity to hurt anyone else again and that something meaningful can come from the senseless act of Blaze's murder", her statement said, in part.

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