A young Florida couple has been arrested for murder after their social media history on Facebook, Google searches, and text messages revealed the evidence for what led to the death of their 19-year-old roommate.
Police say the victim, Juliana Mensch, was strangled on March 24 in the Fort Lauderdale home she shared with the couple following a money dispute. James Ayers, 32, was arrested a few days later after he confessed a crime to a friend while his girlfriend Nicole Okrzesik, 22, blamed the entire ordeal on Ayers. However, a police investigation on Okrzesik’s social media history show disturbing evidences of the couple’s thought process before and after the crime.
Using her smartphone, Okrzesik Googled several search terms including “chemicals to passout a person,” “making people faint,” “ways to kill people in their sleep,” “how to suffocate someone,” and “how to poison someone.” Mensch was killed minutes after Orkzesik looked these words up on Google, reports the New Times Broward-Palm Beach.
The next day, Orkzesik and Ayers exchanged “several hundred text messages” that show Ayers may have regretted the decision.
- When a movie isn’t enough, the best shows on Netflix will keep you busy for days
- Weekly Rewind: Tech trends in 2018, what to expect from CES, an Apple refund
- Editor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary on what makes her a supreme icon
- The 10 best movies that should be made into TV shows
- A library at your fingertips: The best free Kindle books