BLACKSBURG, Va. – The Latest on a 13-year-old Virginia girl who was killed and the two Virginia Tech students charged in her death (all times local):
The bail hearing for a Virginia Tech student charged as an accessory in the stabbing death of a 13-year-old girl was canceled.
Natalie Keepers' attorney had requested the hearing after she was charged with accessory after the fact and illegally disposing of Nicole Lovell's body. Another charge of being an accessory after the fact was filed Tuesday afternoon.
The Montgomery County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court clerk's office said Wednesday morning that the hearing, originally set for 12:30 p.m., was removed from the docket.
Keepers' classmate, David Eisenhaur, is charged with kidnapping and murder. He and Keepers are being held without bail. Their next court appearance is set for March 28.
A Virginia Tech student charged as an accessory in the stabbing death of a 13-year-old girl is set to have a bail hearing.
Authorities have said Natalie Keepers helped dispose of seventh-grader Nicole Lovell's body and they added an additional charge of an accessory before the fact, but they haven't yet explained her role in the killing. Keepers' bail hearing is Wednesday.
Her classmate, David Eisenhauer, is jailed on charges of kidnapping and murder. He hasn't had a bail hearing or entered a plea. In an arrest warrant, he told police the "truth would set him free" but the document did not elaborate on what he meant.
Both Eisenhauer and Keepers graduated from nearby high schools in Maryland.
A neighbor says Nicole had talked about sneaking out to see her 18-year-old boyfriend, whom she met online.