Albert said that police determined that Eisenhauer knew her but declined to comment on the nature of their relationship.
Law enforcement officials on Sunday arrested a second Virginia Tech student in the case.
Her mother, Tammy Weeks, said a nightstand had been pushed up against the girl’s bedroom door and the window was ajar.
“She picked it up and put it against the door,” Weeks said.
“And we still have a great deal to do as there are multiple interviews to conduct and evidence” to collect and analyze “as we reconstruct the timeline of events leading up to Nicole’s tragic death.” The girl’s body was transported to the office of the chief medical examiner in Roanoke for an autopsy, police said.
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Two Virginia Tech students from the Washington area have been charged in connection with the abduction and slaying of a 13-year-old Blacksburg, Va., girl, who may have met one of the suspects online and who had been missing for four days before her body was found on the Virginia-North Carolina line.
Virginia Tech student David Eisenhauer, 18, of Columbia, Md., was arrested early Saturday at his dorm in Blacksburg and charged with abduction.
Blacksburg Police Chief Anthony Wilson said the police investigation was swift.
“This has been an extremely fast investigation within the just past 12 hours,” Wilson said in a news release.