Court documents unsealed Tuesday say 51-year-old Aubrey Trail told investigators that he strangled 24-year-old Sydney Loofe of Lincoln with an extension cord on November 15.
Trail and Boswell were both ordered Tuesday to be held without bail at Saline County jail.
During Trail and Boswell's first court appearance, however, more information regarding Loofe's murder was given, including that she had been strangled with an extension cord and her body had been dismembered and found in several places.
Authorities said security footage obtained from a local Home Depot showed the suspects buying tools hours before Loofe went on a date with Boswell.
Aubrey Trial (left) and Bailey Boswell (right) have been charged with murder.
Authorities said that Loofe matched with Boswell on Tinder, a dating app, and went on a date on November 14, 2017. Loofe's mother reported her missing on November 16, and her dismembered body was found in December stuffed into garbage bags that had been dumped in a field near Edgar, about 90 miles (145 kilometres) southwest of Lincoln.
Her alleged killers were soon tracked down in Branson, Mo., with Trail claiming he had strangled Loofe with an extension cord after his threeway fantasy went wrong.
They executed a search warrant there, and eventually found Loofe's dismembered remains stuffed inside several garbage bags scattered along a road in rural Nebraska early December.
Susie and George Loofe announced their daughter's death online.
Authorities haven't suggested a motive for the killing.
Loofe, 24, had met Boswell on the dating app Tinder.
"She took to Tinder to look for that person and unfortunately, found someone that had nothing but evil plans for her."Nine days later, on February 6, he called the same reporter and told him how Loofe died: "It was suffocation", he said.
"I haven't heard from her since", she said in a video since deleted from Facebook.
She said: "She texted me and told me about the date she had (and) how great it went and she was excited to go on another date with her again Wednesday night". "It wasn't meant that she was to die".
'It was suffocation. It happened in Saline County, ' he said.
Trail also told the outlet that he thought he deserved to die for what he had done.
"A life for a life - that's the rules in my world", he said. "I should be put to death".
"She was looking for that one special person with whom she could spend time", the parents reportedly wrote on a Facebook page dedicated to the slain woman.
She was at his apartment, he claimed, to partake in a sexual fantasy he had about being with two women.
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