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Nicole Madison Lovell Murder: 2 Students Held, Pond Searched

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Virginia Tech students Natalie Keepers and David Eisenhauer have been arrested in the death of Nicole Madison Lovell, 13. Lovell's body was found Saturday. She had been reported missing last week. (AP)

By    |   Monday, 01 Feb 2016 09:12 AM

The murder of 13-year-old Nicole Madison Lovell led to searching a pond on the Virginia Tech University campus after two engineering students there were arrested in what may be a social media stalking case.

The body of the Blacksburg girl was found Saturday in Surry County in North Carolina. Lovell was believed to have gone missing between late Tuesday and early Wednesday morning, reported the Roanoke Times.

Lovell's mother said the middle school student may have met her killer on social media.

Corinne Geller, a spokeswoman with the Virginia State Police, confirmed the pond located near the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine and baseball field was being searched in connection with the death.

Divers were expected to return to the pond on Monday after dropping temperatures forced them to stop Sunday. It was not clear what they were searching the pond for.

On Friday, authorities arrested freshman David Eisenhauser, 18, of Columbia, Maryland. Police said he and Eisenhauser knew each other, according to WDBJ-TV.

On Sunday, police arrested Natalie Keepers, 19, also from Columbia, Maryland, and charged that she helped Eisenhauser dump Lovell's body.

Both were being held without bond at the Montgomery County Jail, said the Baltimore Sun. The newspaper said Eisenhauser was a star high school athlete and a member of the Virginia Tech cross country team.

Lovell's mother, Tammy Weeks, told the Times that the girl had a liver transplant and survived MRSA and lymphoma when she was 5 years old.

Police declined to say how Eisenhauser and Lovell, a Blacksburg Middle School student, knew each other.

Weeks, though, told the Times she was told that her daughter met Eisenhauer online a few weeks ago. “That’s all I know,” she said. “It was some off-the-wall site I never heard of.

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