Man charged with murder in disappearance of Temple University student

Those invitations continued throughout the year they lived across the street from each other, she said. However, Hupperterz took classes at Temple last spring.

Ex-Temple student Joshua Hupperterz, 29, was arrested and charged in her death on Saturday, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper. He also invited her to smoke weed, even though he knew she didn't smoke.

Philadelphia police have formally charged a man with killing Burleigh who had been missing since early Thursday morning.

"She was an exurberant person", said Danielle Halteman. Abulhawa said she searched online for any evidence that he had played on the Temple team, and suspected it was a lie. Hupperterz informed him that he had been so drunk when he left the bar he had no recollection of who he had been with. The woman's body was found at a relative of Hupperterz. He is being held without bail, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Authorities believe he was Hupperterz's father. No attorney was listed for Hupperterz, and his preliminary hearing is scheduled for September 20, according to court records. Hupperterz also popped up on the radar of police in Scranton in 2013, when he allegedly broke into a home and stole electronics, credit cards, laundry detergent, and a half keg of beer.

On Saturday afternoon, investigators went to the lakefront house of Hupperterz's grandmother in Paupack Township and discovered a body.

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Temple University issued a statement "Our deepest sympathies go out to Jenna's family and her classmates, both here at temple and at Montgomery County Community college".

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When Joshua Hupperterz left a North Philadelphia bar early Thursday morning, he was caught by a surveillance camera walking with a young woman.

Police have searched a home on the 1700 block of 16th Street, which is said to be the home of a friend of Jenna's. She transferred from Montgomery County Community College to the university for the fall semester, Temple spokesman Ray Bentzner told NBC10.

Burleigh is a junior studying film and media arts. He was the one who shared Jenna's last dinner, and that was the last time he saw his daughter. "She fought so hard for the rights of everyone and loved harder than anyone I have ever known". Our role as an independent, fact-based news organization has never been clearer.

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