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The blood of the pregnant 16-year-old Tiffany Anna Taylor is ‘found in the pensioner’s car’

The blood of the pregnant 16-year-old is found ‘everywhere in a pensioner’s car after they met for a $ 500 sex session’ – moments before she mysteriously disappeared

  • Tiffany Anna Taylor, 16, disappeared on July 12, 2015 in Brisbane
  • Allegedly she met Rodney Wayne Williams, 65, for a paid sexual contact
  • The police found traces of Mrs. Taylor’s blood in the Williams Hyundai sedan, the court heard

The blood of a pregnant teenager was found in the car of a man from Brisbane who was accused of killing her after demanding $ 500 for sex, a court told.

Tiffany Anna Taylor, 16, disappeared on July 12, 2015, after alleged encounter with Rodney Wayne Williams, 65, for a paid sexual contact through the Oasis website.

Her body was never found.

Tiffany Anna Taylor

Rodney Wayne Williams

Rodney Wayne Williams

Tiffany Anna Taylor, 16, disappeared on July 12, 2015, after alleged encounter with Rodney Wayne Williams, 65, for a paid sexual contact through the Oasis website.

Williams pleaded guilty on Tuesday in the Brisbane Supreme Court for assassinating Taylor in Waterford West, south of Brisbane.

But prosecutor Philip McCarthy says the police found traces of Mrs. Taylor’s blood in the Williams Hyundai sedan.

“On the glovebox, on the headrest of the passenger seat … on the front passenger seat, on the gear lever of that car and at the door handle on the passenger side,” he said to the jury during his opening speech.

McCarthy said detectives also found CCTV recordings of Williams’s car on the Ipswich Motorway with a female passenger.

Williams would then have left for the remote industrial area of ​​Larapinta, where his car stopped for about 20 minutes.

“Something has happened before (Williams’s car) that returns to the dead-end street that is part of the industrial area,” Mr. McCarthy said.

Miss Taylor's body was never found

Miss Taylor's body was never found

Miss Taylor’s body was never found

McCarthy said Williams then drove to the Esk-Ferndale region, where police have since searched dams and bushland unsuccessfully.

Later in the day, Williams would have put a false communication path with the teenager on the Oasis website.

A message sent about three hours after Williams would have picked her up said, “Sorry I didn’t show up, I decided I wouldn’t pay for it.”

But Mr. McCarthy said this was a lie, one of many Williams told the police after he killed Taylor.

He also told the jury that Williams tried to flee from Brisbane to Darwin a day before an interview with the police.

All this was evidence that Williams was responsible for Mrs. Taylor’s disappearance, he said.

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