The man billed with supporting shift the physique of a lady in a barrel from New York to a avenue in Ridgefield Park texted the female the address where she was later killed, in accordance to court docket documents.
Aquellio Parker, 29, of Springfield Gardens, New York, is billed with currently being an accomplice to disturbing, going and concealing human remains, conspiracy and other prison offenses, in accordance to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Workplace.
Nicole L. Flanagan’s nude physique was identified in a rubbish bag stuffed inside of a 55-gallon drum that was dropped off by a white rental truck Aug. 13 on Teaneck Street and Hobart Road, according to an affidavit of probable lead to.
Flanagan, 42, a mom of 3 who reportedly worked as an escort, arrived a 7 days previously at a significant-increase apartment developing in decrease Manhattan, where by investigators believe she was killed.
“95 Wall Road,” Parker allegedly texted Flanagan at 1:46 a.m. on Aug. 6. “Lmn when your (sic) approaching so I can seize you from the foyer, babe.” Phone records exhibit Flanagan didn’t use her cell phone yet again right after that date.
The building’s stability cameras recorded Flanagan arriving by ride-share and greeted outside the creating by Parker, according to the affidavit.
“Additional surveillance video clip discovered the target and Parker walked together into an elevator and traveled to a ground in the constructing wherever an condominium utilized by Parker was later learned,” the affidavit states.
Investigators say though Parker applied the mobile phone, the actual subscriber of the product was an acquaintance of Parker’s who experienced obtain to a further apartment on the similar floor as Parker.
Surveillance video from about 10:34 p.m. on Aug. 12 demonstrates a white commercial van touring in excess of the George Washington Bridge, according to the affidavit.
About 10:35 p.m., stability cameras picked up the same van stopped for numerous minutes in the place where the drum that contains the entire body was identified the future working day, the affidavit states.
The affidavit states that the industrial van experienced been rented in July and was hardly ever returned to the rental agency.
Investigators said they later on attained surveillance video clip that displays Parker arriving at 95 Wall Avenue at 11:33 a.m. on Aug. 12 “in possession of a substantial drum which seems to match the 55-gallon drum recovered in Ridgefield Park.”
Surveillance video clip displays “Parker and a different individual” leaving the setting up with the drum, which experienced been loaded onto a luggage cart, the affidavit states.
The two then remaining jointly with the drum in the van, the affidavit states. “Parker was discovered in several surveillance movies by members of the NYPD,” the affidavit states.
“This was corroborated by detectives from (Bergen County) who also observed the surveillance video clip, as effectively as many shots of Parker obtained from legislation enforcement databases,” the affidavit states.
The affidavit does not identify the second suspect. Parker turned himself in to the NYPD on Sunday and is remaining held pending extradition to Bergen County.
Companies for Flanagan will be held Thursday and Friday in Greenwich, Connecticut, in accordance to her obituary.
“We are all devastated by the decline of Nicole. We want to give her the memorial she justifies, to honor her memory and say our very last goodbyes,” Flanagan’s sister-in-law, Lisa Flanagan, reported on a GoFundMe page. As of Thursday, the website experienced lifted additional than $9,000.