The student of Binghamton University found murdered on Friday was involved in a love triangle with his alleged jealous murderer, according to the dead roommate, who told The Post that he discovered the decomposed corpse of his friend the Friday.
Josephine Artin found the body of 22-year-old Haley Anderson, neatly groomed in the bed of the accused killer Orlando Tercero, 22, who had been obsessed with Anderson after she rejected him for his newly intermittent boyfriend, Kevin Ocampo, said Artin. 19659002] "She was in Orlando's room, she was in bed, looking back, she was clearly dead, because the living people are not that color," Artin, 21, told The Post.
"At that time, we did not want that to be true, we called the police, my friend was talking on the phone with them, they asked me:" Are you breathing? ", So I went to her and I just .. I wanted her to be alive, but I could say that she did not just die, I'm sure it had happened the day before, according to her color.
"There was no blood. Because of the way he was lying, he was not sure if it was there that she died or put her there. It was very formal: he was on his back on the bed and had a blanket halfway up his body. And she just had her arms by her side.
"There was a bruise on her arm, when I saw that, it was when I learned from [sure] that Orlando had done this to her"
Third, a US citizen, fled to his native Nicaragua last week after telling his sister that he "had done something wrong" and "A misfortune for the family", he had told Artin one of Tercero's roommates
Anderson and Tercero occasionally got hooked, but Anderson told him he just wanted to Be a friend and I was more involved with Ocampo, according to Artin.
That inflamed Tercero's jealousy, and the rejected lover used to pass by Anderson's house late at night when Ocampo had finished. At least once he cut off Anderson's tires, Artin said.
Anderson left his house abruptly at 4 a. M., but Artin did not think much about that until Anderson stopped answering his phone later that day.
"That's really when we were like, where's Haley? Why is not he answering his phone?" Artin said. "Haley always answers his phone, and his phone was not turned off or turned off."
By Friday, Artin was scared. He called one of Tercero's roommates looking for his missing friend, but his fears only increased.
"[The roommate] was also looking for Orlando, he called the sister [Tercero’s] and discovered that Orlando was on a flight to Nicaragua, he had sent a text message to his sister that morning saying:" I am a disgrace for the family, I did something wrong, "Artin recalled.
Artin used the Find My Friends app on her iPhone to identify Anderson at Tercero's house, and she and another friend accelerated, hoping to find Anderson and Tercero together and agree.  "I had a bad feeling, but I thought there was no way, I thought we were going to go there and that we were going to find Haley sleeping or something, and we would say," They were afraid? "That's really what what we expected "
But" his car was not there. "And that was a big and sinister sign, like, that's not good," Artin said.
"We started banging on the door, and nobody answered, so we went to a side window, we opened it and we went in. There was no one home, that's how we found Haley."
Third published a Facebook video about Nicaragua on Monday, which caused the friends of Anderson to ruin it.
"Impressive place to escape murder, piece of s-t," commented user Alex Weiss.