This is a rush transcript from "On the Record," June 9, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Breakfast after a murder? We have gruesome new information tonight about the purported murder confession of Joran van der Sloot. And so first, though, you are looking at number of released video of Van der Sloot at a casino with 21year-old Stephany Flores hours before he says he killed her.

The video clearly shows Van der Sloot leaving the casino with the 21-year-old murder victim. What happened after that point is grisly. Police say Van der Sloot has now confessed to murdering the woman in his hotel room.

And tonight we have shocking new information about what Van Der Sloot reportedly did after murdering Stephany Flores. Joining us live from Peru is correspondent Dan Collyns. Dan, welcome back to our news show. Tell me, what is it that Joran van der Sloot reportedly told police after he murdered this young woman, what did he do?

DAN COLLYNS, GRN CORRESPONDENT: Well Greta, once again leaked information from a reliable police source in -- about the confession of Joran van der Sloot -- a respected newspaper here in Peru.

I have to stress, I can't independently verify this account, but according to the newspaper report he drank the coffee and ate the breakfast he brought back for both of them after killing Stephany Flores, the 21 year old Peruvian.

Then he popped 3 amphetamine pills to keep himself awake after a night out playing poker, and then thought coldly about how to dispose of the body and he even considered using his suitcase to try and take the body out of the hotel and dispose of it somewhere else. And he decided against that because he believed he would be stopped by reception for leaving without paying.

And he was apparently pretty broke. He lost a lot playing poker. Let's remember he was here for two weeks before the murder occurred, holed up in this cheap hotel in Lima, and he'd been gambling on a regular basis.

He showered, changed his clothes. He took his laptop and a few other belongings, and he left the building, and that is recorded on surveillance video. A day later he crossed into Chile and after a three day manhunt he was expelled from Chile and brought back to Lima last Saturday.

Another account I've heard from the police is that he was actually high on marijuana when he committed this murder. The chief of criminal investigations here in Peru says the 22-year-old Dutchman's confession was so thorough backed by such conclusive evidence that the police have now decided to waive the usual crime scene reenactment which we all waited for yesterday.

VAN SUSTEREN: What kind of facility is he being held in? Has he had any visitation from his mother? Has his mother shown up or his brothers or any family members?

COLLYNS: We have reports that his mother has arrived from Aruba and she apparently is currently in Lima. I haven't been able to corroborate that independently at this time.

Joran van der Sloot is being held in the police investigations unit on the eighth floor, very high security. A police source has told me it is likely that he will be charged in the next few days. He has good information that charge will be one of first degree murder, which could carry a maximum sentence of up to 35 years with very little chance of parole.

He also believes that Joran van der Sloot accident will be spending this Friday night in Castro-Castro high security prison.

The way that this will take place is that the police pass on a report to the prosecutor recommending the charge which they believe he should get. The prosecutor then makes his recommendation to a judge, and the judge has 24 hours to approve that charge.

That charge then becomes formal, and as soon as the charges are formalized Joran van der Sloot accident will be transferred to a maximum security prison, and that is believed that will happen in the next few days.

There was speculation of course still about what kind of sentence he is likely to get. As I mentioned, the maximum sentence could be 35 years.

As we've heard, widespread reports dating back to of course the 2005 reports about the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba, Joran van der Sloot has been described as calculating and manipulative person, able to use his charm as well when he wants to.

And that may be one of the reasons why he told police that he had smoked marijuana before the murder, which means that under Peruvian law would have been considered not to be in his right mind, which could reduce his sentence. Of course his confession could give him a reduced sentence.

VAN SUSTEREN: Dan, thank you very much.

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