“I tried to come back in, but I noticed how discolored she was,” Ms. Whiteley said. “Her face and eyes were messed up. I remember her body was still warm, but her feet were cold.”
The prosecution called several witnesses on Wednesday, including Love’s mother, Sharon, and her older sister, Alexis.
A student who lived in the apartment below Love’s at the time of her death testified to hearing loud noises from Love’s apartment the night of the killing and seeing a man matching Mr. Huguely’s description leave the building about 10 minutes later.
“I thought maybe a stereo set had fallen, or a bookshelf,” Anna Lehmann said of the loud bang she heard. Prosecutors said the noise was Mr. Huguely kicking down Love’s bedroom door. “It was out of the norm, something that caught my attention.”
“That’s an assault taking place,” Mr. Chapman said.
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