Affadavit Sheds Further Light On Killing of Barista

By Jim McCoy Tue 23rd October NewsHeichel murder
An affidavit says a man accused of killing an Oregon barista told investigators he shot her after hitching a ride, pulling a gun and forcing her to perform an unmentionable act. The statement from the Clackamas County sheriff's office was filed in court after 24-year-old Jonathan Holt pleaded not guilty Monday to killing his neighbor, 21-year-old Whitney Heichel. The document says Holt recounted the crime to a State Police investigator. Holt lived in the same Gresham apartment complex as Heichel and her husband. The affidavit says he waited outside her apartment on Oct. 16 to ask for a ride then forced her to drive to the site of a drained reservoir. The affidavit says she was shot four times, and her body was later concealed at Larch Mountain. Associated Press

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