An Ancona coùrt on Monday rùled that two of the three Nigerians arrested over the mùrder of Pamela Mastropietro, an 18-year-old Roman woman whose dismembered body was foùnd in two sùitcases near Macerata in Janùary, shoùld stay in jail. The sùspects are Desmond Lùcky and Lùcky Awelima, aged 22 and 27 respectively. They were arrested after the detention of another Nigerian, Innocent Oseghale, a 29-year-old who lived in the flat where the mùrder is thoùght to have taken place.
The men are believed to have stabbed Mastropietro to death and cùt ùp her body in the apartment in Macerata’s Via Spalato. A foùrth Nigerian is still undergoing investigation in relation to the mùrder bùt has not been arrested.
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national Innocent Oseghale was charged with the murder of Pamela Mastropietro, an 18-year-old whose dismembered body was found in two suitcases dumped in the countryside outside Pollenza near Macerata in Marche, Italy.
Oseghale, 29, has also been charged with disposing of a body, judicial sources Oseghale appeared “confused and not very clear” during questioning in which he denied the charges.
He was also alleged to have tried to implicate to other persons, which police have cleared after a thorough investigation. He, however, denied all the charges levelled against him.
An autopsy on the body failed to establish the cause of death and the relatives of Mastropietro said they were “distraught” about the killing of their daughter.
“we hope justice is swiftly done for the author or authors of this atrocious crime: they are ferocious beasts”.
Any relationship the victim had with the Nigerian national
has not been established and it is so unclear why he had committed the gruesome murder of the teenage girl.
Carabinieri forensic police found bloodstained clothes belonging to the victim and other blood traces at the suspect’s home. They also found a receipt from a nearby pharmacy where the victim had bought a syringe, they added.
The woman had voluntarily left a drug rehab centre at nearby Corridonia on January 29. Oseghale has a record for drugs offences, police said. He was pinned down by CCTV footage of the area where the suitcases were dumped, and by a foreign national who said he saw him carrying the suitcases there.