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Defense lawyer files for further records in Jassy Correia case

BOSTON (AP) — The protection lawyer for a Rhode Island man charged in reference to the loss of life of a girl whose physique was later discovered within the trunk of his automobile is requesting further data.

Louis D. Coleman III, of Providence, has been charged with one rely of kidnapping ensuing within the loss of life of 23-year-old Jassy Correia.

Correia was final seen Feb. 24 leaving a Boston nightclub the place she was celebrating her birthday. Coleman was stopped in Delaware 4 days later with Correia’s physique within the trunk.

MassLive.com stories Coleman’s legal professional filed a request Saturday for copies of Correia’s telephone data, in addition to movies, police stories and forensic check outcomes collected by investigators because the case continues in Boston federal court docket.

Coleman faces a loss of life sentence or life in jail.

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