A man faces charges in the disappearance of a woman from the Boston discotheque


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By Minyvonne Burke

A Rhode Island man arrested following the disappearance of a woman after leaving a nightclub in Boston was charged with kidnapping, failure to report on the death and mutilation of a woman. a corpse, announced Friday the authorities.

Louis D. Coleman III, 32, was arrested Thursday in Delaware and will be extradited to Rhode Island.

Louis D. Coleman IIIBoston Police Department

Boston police said that a body had been found, but did not identify it as Jassy Correia, who was last seen leaving the disco come Sunday. The authorities also indicated that the cause of death was pending.

Police had previously released a surveillance photo showing what they thought was Correia walking with Coleman, as well as a photo showing the couple in a red car early Sunday morning.

Joel Correia, the woman's brother, told NBC Boston Thursday that her sister's body had been found in the trunk of a Delaware car.

Jassy Correia, 23, missing in Boston.Boston Police Department

"We have received devastating news today, and Jassy is no longer with us," said his cousin at the exit.

Correia, 23, was reported missing on Wednesday after her brother and father could not get in touch with her. Joaquin Correia told NECN that he had called his daughter Tuesday for her birthday, but she did not answer the phone.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said his "heart was breaking" for Correia's family, friends and young daughter.

"The pain we are currently feeling as a city is real as we mourn the loss of a young life that was taken too early," he said. tweet. "Together, let us watch over each other, we are our brothers and the guardian of our sisters."

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