A Minnesota blues drummer who studied psychology and was stabbed to death in her home in the Netherlands had sent a text message to a friend last week saying that her roommate threatened to kill three people An apartment in Rotterdam, near Erasmus University, where she has been studying since 2016, said police spokeswoman Miriam Boers. A 23-year-old man was arrested in her murder, although his identity was not released. On Friday, he was detained for another two weeks while the investigation continued.
21-year-old friend Adam Pryor said he received a text message from Papenheim on December 6, saying that her roommate threatened to kill three people. In the messages, Papenheim said she must go to the police, reported The Associated Press. Pryor said he was not sure if she had gone to the police.
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"I could tell she was not feeling well because she was just funny, and then I asked her what was going on and she said she was not talking to anyone," Pryor said , "[She said] & # 39; I work full time and I have full time and everything is just so far up. My roommate told me that he will kill three people, so I'll have to go to the police.
He called his friend "unique".
"It was just incredible. We talked all the time over there, by text and so on, for both of us inside and outside the school. It's just – it's unique.
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Donee Odegard, Papenheim's mother, said the Star Tribune, the man accused of murdering her daughter, In recent weeks, "have become increasingly mad."
"They would talk about music all night" Odegard said: "You have somehow clicked. Over time, he got ups and downs. "
Ryan Gaydos and the Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.