Search warrants reveal new details in Brittany Freeny investigation
ROANOKE, Va. – Newly unsealed search warrants are revealing new details about the homicide investigation of a Roanoke woman.
On May 3, two days after she had been reported missing, Brittany Freeny's body was discovered on Murray Knob Road in Boones Mill. Lamarre Camper is charged with her murder.
As WSLS 10 reported, a search warrant filed in Roanoke City stated Camper's wife found blood in the van she shared with the suspect.
According to warrants unsealed Friday, Camper's wife told police she took pictures of blood found in her and Camper’s van as a precaution.
The wife told police she took cellphone pictures of the blood and “planned to email them to herself in case something happened to her.”
She also told investigators she saw text messages between Lamarre and Freeny before the homicide.
Camper is expected to go to trial in October.
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