Friend arrested in death of University of Pennsylvania student

Arrest Made in Killing of Orange County Teen

Arrest Made in Killing of Orange County Teen

A 20-year-old-man suspected of murdering his friend, 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein, expressed violent thoughts on social media, according to a new report. Sheriff's investigators said they believe Woodward picked up Bernstein on January 3, drove to multiple locations in the Foothill Ranch area, before arriving at Borrego Park where Bernstein disappeared. Woodward and Bernstein knew each other, but authorities did not provide details on the nature of their relationship.

Bernstein, who was home visiting his family, was last seen around 11 p.m. on January 2 while entering Borrego Park.

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A sheriff's investigator wrote in court filings that Woodward appeared nervous, had scratched hands and dirt under his fingernails, and avoided touching doors with his hands while leaving the sheriff's office building. Bernstein's body was found Tuesday in the brush along the perimeter of Lake Forest's Borrego Park after he had been missing for a week. It's believed the two exchanged messages on Snapchat the day of the killing. Few details about Woodward were released, though authorities said he was from Newport Beach. Authorities said they were investigating his death as a homicide but would not say how he died.

Bernstein was picked up by a high school friend on January 2 and was heading to meet a third person in the park, Annee Della Donna, an attorney and friend of the family, told the newspaper.

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Bernstein, a sophomore at UPenn, was planning to major in psychology and later study medicine, the Orange County Register reported his father Gideon Bernstein saying last week. They drove to the park, and then at some point, Woodward said Bernstein then walked alone into the darkness. Woodward said he then drove away, but returned a few hours to look for Blaze in and around the area, but couldn't locate him. These were from a "fight club" he was involved in, according to the report.

On Jan. 4, two days after Bernstein disappeared, detectives spoke with Woodward again at Borrego Park and noticed that his hands had several small scratches and abrasions, according to the affidavit obtained by the Register. When news of the arrest came out, Jeanne Pepper Bernstein, the victim's mother, responded to reporter Greg Lee from our sister station, KABC, with a statement. It will never bring back my son. The detectives noticed hiking and camping equipment in the rear of the vehicle, a large empty plastic bin on the backseat, and a black belt on the passenger seat floorboard.

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He agreed to be further interviewed at the sheriff's headquarters in Santa Ana, where his story "stayed fairly consistent".

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