In 2008, Tichelman attended Georgia State University for two semesters but never graduated. In California, police say surveillance video shows Tichelman casually walking over Hayes as he lay dying on his yacht, picking up her clothes and heroin and swallowing the last of a glass of wine before lowering the boats blinds and walking back on the dock to shore. Hayes was found dead by the captain of his 50-foot yacht last November. Police said the surveillance video from the yacht shows everything that happened from the time Tichelman came aboard to when she left. Santa Cruz Deputy Police Chief Steve Clark told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Hayes, 51, had continue reading this.. hired Tichelman before, and that their Nov. 23 encounter was a mutually consensual encounter including the introduction of the heroin. Clark said it appears this might not have been the first time she left someone in trouble without calling 911 or trying to help. Without elaborating, he said his agency is cooperating with police in a different state on a similar case. It was not clear if he was referring to the case in Georgia. Theres a pattern of behavior here where she doesnt seek help when someone is in trouble, he said.
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