The heart-breaking girlfriend of the beaten University of South Carolina co-ed says he tracks her on phone moments after she mistakenly jumped into a car, which she thought was her uber.
Greg Corbishley said he could sense something wrong with Samantha Josephson early Friday before she was killed and dumped in the forest in Clarendon County, WJW reported.
"I was on the phone and asked her to make sure she came home safely and immediately knew there was something wrong," Corbishley told the news station.
Josephson's roommates began to worry when they did not hear from her and reported that she was missing around noon. 13.30 Friday the authorities said.
The 21-year-old was discovered with several years only 12 hours after she jumped into her alleged killer vehicle outside a bar in Colombia's Five Points area, police said.
Josephson's girlfriend broke down on her vigil on Tuesday when he recalled his last conversation with the college senior.
"Unfortunately, I was two and a half hours away," Corbishley told WJW. "I would do anything to go back."
The authorities arrested 24-year-old Nathaniel Rowland on Saturday and accused him of kidnapping and murder.