Samantha Josephson’s boyfriend says he sensed danger, used phone to track her on ride with suspected killer

Days after her stabbing death, Samantha Josephson’s boyfriend is speaking out publicly about his last interaction with the University of South Carolina student.

“I was on the phone tracking her to make sure she got home safely and immediately knew there was something that was wrong,” Greg Corbishley said, according to the New York Post.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, the 21-year-old was last seen outside of a bar near campus. She was seen getting into a vehicle authorities believe she mistakenly thought was her Uber ride.

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Corbishley said he used his phone to track hers overnight Thursday “to make sure she got home safely,” adding that he soon realized there was a problem. The woman’s roommates joined in his concern early Friday morning when they had not heard from her.

At a vigil this week, he emotionally recalled the last time he spoke to Josephson.

He also spoke to WJW, lamenting the fact that he was “two and a half hours away” when his girlfriend was killed.

“I would do anything to go back,” he said.

Josephson’s body was found dumped in a wooded area about 12 hour after she reportedly got into the car. Police have arrested 24-year-old Nathaniel Parker on suspicion of kidnapping and murder.

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[Featured image: Samantha Josephson and Greg Corbishley, Facebook]