The gruesome details of how Sarah Evalard was killed are revealed during her killer’s trial.
The court has learned that 48-year-old police officer Wayne Cousins inadvertently arrested a 33-year-old marketing director under Kovid law before he raped and killed her in March this year.
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The footage (a combination of CCTV and video cameras) shown at the hearing on Wednesday provides new insight into the chronology of the murders.
Cusensu could have been sentenced to life in prison when he was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday – that was the case.
Sara Evalard Murder Timeline
- 2002: Wayne Kusens has joined the Kent Special Consulate.
- 2015: Kent police allegedly failed to investigate a public obscene case related to Kusen.
- September 2018: Couzens will move from the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC), where he has been working since 2011, to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).
- 2019: Couzens and his wife purchased a forest area off Fridd Lane in Ashford, Kent.
- February 2019: Pc joined a response team covering the Bromley region of southern London and initially belonged to a safer neighborhood team.
- February 2020: He travels to the Capitol and Diplomatic Protection Command, mainly patrols diplomatic facilities such as embassies.
- February 1, 2021: The 48-year-old woman is associated with two allegations of public obscenity in London alleging that Scotland Yard failed to investigate.
- February 28: Couzens uses your personal information and bank card to book a white Vauxhall Astra from a car rental company in Dover, Kent. He also buys a roll of adhesive film that is advertised as a carpet protector on Amazon.
- March 2: 7:00 pm: Couzens begins a 12-hour shift at his base in West Brompton, western London.
- March 3: On the day of his disappearance, Sarah Evalard visited a friend in the Klapam Junction area and used her bank card to buy wine at Sainsbury’s in Brixton Hill, south of London.
- 4:45 pm: Couzens will collect the rental car.
- 9 pm: Evalard returns home about 4 km (2.5 miles) away.
- 9:13 pm: She calls her boyfriend for a little over 14 minutes.
- 9:15 pm: Ms. Everlard is captured alone on CCTV at the intersection of Bowwood Road and South Circular.
- 9:28 pm: The next sighting is Cavendish Road, where she is still alone.
- 9:32 pm: Everlard was caught in the camera of a marked police car.
- 9:35 pm: The bus camera captures two people on Poynders Road standing next to a white Vauxhall Astra parked on a pavement with flashing hazard lights.
- 9:38 pm: Another bus camera captures the same vehicle with the two front cards open.
- 11.38pm: Kusens moves Ms. Everlard to her own car in Dover, and when raped and killed, drives towards a remote countryside.
- March 4th 2.31am: Couzens seats will be picked up at Dover’s ANPR. He stops at a gas station to buy a drink. By this time, Mr. Everlard has died.
- 3.21am: Couzens’s car passes through a CCTV camera near Hoads Wood, where Everard’s body is dumped. He departs just before dawn and visits the site twice.
- 8:30 am: Couzens will return the rental car used for the kidnapping.
- 8:10 pm: Evalard is reported missing by her boyfriend, Josh Rowes.
- March 5: The case will be escalated and involve a specialist crime unit. Kusensu, who will be on leave until March 8, reports to work that he is suffering from stress.
- He buys the petrol used to burn Everard’s body and belongings in the Hoads Wood fridge.
- He bought two green rubble bags at Dover’s B & Q for £ 9.94 and used them to transfer the remains to a nearby pond.
- March 6: Couzens emails his boss that he doesn’t want to carry a firearm with him.
- He ordered a tarpaulin and a bungee cargo net from Amazon and shipped the next day.
- March 7: Kusens took his wife and two children on a family trip to the woods just days before Evalard’s body was burned.
- March 8: Police officers report illness on the day they plan to return to work.
- March 9, 7:11 pm: All data will be erased from your Couzens phone.
- 7:50 pm: Kusens was arrested at his home in Deal, Kent. In a brief interview, he misrepresents being threatened by an Eastern European gangster.
- March 10: At around 4:45 pm, a professional police dog, about 100 meters from Kusen’s land, found the body in a pond.
- March 11: Couzens replied “no comment” in a formal interview.
- March 12, 8:45 pm: Couzens is charged.
- July 9: Kusensu pleads guilty to murder when he appears in Old Bailey via a video link from Belmarsh’s High Security Prison.
- September 29: Kusen faces the possibility of life imprisonment when sentenced to life imprisonment