Another college student has been found murdered. Eastern Michigan University student Julia Niswender’s body was found in her off-campus apartment after she failed to show up at a Christmas party. Police have launched an investigation after determining her death was a homicide and there was suspicious evidence found in her bedroom, where her body was found.
Julia Niswender, who worked part-time at a Walmart store, was a communications major at Eastern Michigan University. Police have not released any information on a possible murder suspect.
According to Annarbor.com, the police would not elaborate on what evidence was uncovered and how she is believed to have been killed. An autopsy has been performed, but EMU police chief Robert Heighes said it could be days before the cause of death is known.
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