Disturbing Details Surface In Court
Police say Joshua Henniger described in horrible detail the last hours of Annamarie's life.
According to Henniger, 16, he and his friend Jeremy Chapman bound and duct taped Annamarie's mouth before taking her to a construction site.
Henniger says Chapman raped Annamarie before killing her by throwing a large log on her head repeatedly.
Police say Henniger and Chapman took Annamarie to another location, where they placed her body in a refrigerator before setting it on fire.
Chapman pled guilty to the murder.
Henniger faces life in prison if he is found guilty the part he played in this disgusting crime.
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Last updated September 20, 2007
Aug 06, 2005
Campers Find Body
On August 6, 2005, a couple of campers in Lehigh Acres, Fla. made a horrifying discovery -- a girl's body inside an abandoned refrigerator.
Cops say that girl was 17-year-old Annamarie Randazzo, who'd been missing since July 21, 2005. Cops say she'd been set on fire and left in the refrigerator -- an apparent attempt to hide her body and destroy evidence.
Two Confess To Murder
It turns out cops may not need much evidence to prove who killed Annamarie. Cops say two men, 16-year-old Joshua Henniger, and 23-year-old Jeremy Chapman, have confessed to the disgusting murder.
According to police, Annamarie had gone to Henniger's house; the two were acquaintances. There, cops say Chapman, Henniger, and Annamarie became involved in an argument, and one of the men hit her. Cops say she was tied up, then taken to an unknown location where the men say they set her on fire before killing her.
Both men are charged with second degree murder and kidnapping.