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NOPD arrests barber accused of murdering young mother found in burning car's trunk

 
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NOPD homicide detectives booked eastern New Orleans barber Thayon Samson, 30, with second-degree murder after they said DNA and phone records linked him to the murder of 31-year-old Lindsay Nichols, whose bullet-riddled body was found in the trunk of a car set afire on June 21. (Courtesy of Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office)
Ken Daley, NOLA.com | The Times-PicayuneBy Ken Daley, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune 
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on July 21, 2015 at 10:26 AM, updated July 21, 2015 at 11:28 AM
 
 
 

A 30-year-old barber from eastern New Orleans has been arrested and accused of murdering Lindsay Nichols, the young mother found shot to death June 21 inside the trunk of a burned-out car abandoned on Michoud Boulevard.

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Thayon Samson was booked Monday night with second-degree murder, following an investigation led by NOPD Homicide Detective Rob Barrere. Arrest documents show Barrere was able to place Samson at the murder scene using both cellphone data and DNA results from a telltale pair of basketball shorts found inside the charred car and worn by Samson in a photo found on his Instagram account.

The documents also revealed Nichols placed a frantic call to 911 early in the morning she was found dead, telling the emergency operator that a man was outside her car, holding her car keys and pointing a gun at her.

Nichols, 31, was a single mother from Des Allemands who left behind a 9-year-old son when she was killed. Her severely burned body was found by New Orleans firefighters inside the trunk of her black Honda Accord. Firefighters found her when they responded to reports of a vehicle fire June 21 at 7:17 a.m. near the intersection of Michoud and Lake Forest boulevards.

 

Samson lives less than a mile away, in the 13000 block of Chateau Court, according to court documents.

An autopsy determined Nichols died from "numerous gunshot wounds," according to the arrest report. The document said that witnesses and anonymous tipsters saw someone matching Samson's description "standing at the open trunk" of Nichols' car around 7 a.m.

Lindsay Nichols_1.jpgLindsay Nichols, 31, was found shot to death inside the trunk of her burned-out Honda Accord on June 21, 2015. 

Nichols was last seen by friends leaving a nightclub on Downman Road around 4 a.m., the report said, after she met Samson and got his phone number. Investigators recovered phone data showing Nichols placed two calls to Samson's number, at 4:11 a.m. and 4:18 a.m.

Nichols placed another, frantic call to 911 operators at 4:45 a.m., the report said. Nichols requested emergency assistance to an apartment complex at Chef Menteur Highway and Downman Road, adjacent to a car dealership.

The report says Nichols told the 911 operator that a man she had only met once before was outside her car, holding her car keys and pointing a gun at her.

"As the call progressed," the warrant affidavit says, "an irate male subject's voice became audible and he began to scream profanities at her, accusing her of providing his address to another subject; (Nichols) moaned and sounded as if she were being attacked."

That was the last anyone heard from Nichols.

After her body was discovered, police obtained a search warrant for her car. Inside, Detective Barrere found a partially burned plastic bag containing bloodstained clothing -- a white tank-top undershirt, tube socks and a pair of red And 1-brand basketball shorts. The clothing was sent to the state police crime lab for DNA analysis.

Next, Barrere obtained Samson's cellphone records. Cell tower data placed Samson near the same cell tower as Nichols at the time of her 911 call, and twice at the homicide scene some eight miles away, first at 5:29 a.m. and again at 7:07 a.m., the affidavit says.

When Barrere brought Samson in for an interview, the detective said the barber told him he had met Nichols at the nightclub hours before her death, but Samson said when the woman called his phone twice, he did not answer. Samson told the detective he went directly home after leaving the nightclub, giving an address in the 6000 block of Chef Menteur Highway, an address next to Banner Chevrolet on Downman Road. Samson told police he had his cellphone with him all night and never entered Nichols' car, the report said.

Barrere scoured his suspect's social media accounts, and found a photo on Samson's Instagram account showing him wearing red And 1 gym shorts "which were identical to the bloodstained pair located within the decedent's vehicle," the report said. When the state crime lab on Monday returned DNA analysis, the results said Samson's DNA was present on the inner waistband of the bloodstained shorts found inside Nichols' burned car.

Samson's bond was set Tuesday at $2.5 million at his first appearance at Orleans Parish Magistrate Court.

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2015/07/nopd_arrests_barber_accused_of.html

 

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