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911 Call From The Amanda Buckley Murder

In July 2007 a Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) father dialed 911 to report that an 18 year-old girl was dead in his son’s room from an overdose. Amanda Buckley was later found to have been strangled and bound with duct tape, and the caller’s 26 year-old son Jason Shenfeld was arrested for murder. Parents can be such a buzz kill.

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Shenfeld told his father that the teen overdosed on drugs and he panicked, a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report states. Then he fled.
Investigators found duct tape in Buckley's hair, bruises on her body and evidence of rape, according to the report. They also found a garbage bag filled with duct tape and rope.

An autopsy Saturday revealed that the college-bound softball star was strangled, beaten in the head and sexually abused. Shenfeld was arrested that night on a warrant alleging first-degree murder, sexual battery and false imprisonment.

But before calling 911, Shenfeld's father and uncle left his mother at their Ardel Drive home with Buckley's body and drove to an attorney's house to bring him back to the scene.

The lawyer had represented Jason Shenfeld before.
About eight months ago, two women, ages 18 and 19, told Palm Beach County sheriff's investigators that Shenfeld forced them to perform a variety of sex acts, both on him and on each other, at the North Palm Beach home where he formerly lived.
They had been drinking rum, passed out and awoke to find him naked and dragging them into his bedroom, a report says.

The teens told a detective that Shenfeld carried a knife with a foot long blade and threatened to sic his pit bull on them if they resisted. He bound them with duct tape, they said.

The detective saw the young women's scrapes and scratches and found DNA evidence at the scene. But prosecutors declined to file charges of armed sexual battery and false imprisonment Jan. 31, saying the allegations could not be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.

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New information in last week's slaying of Palm Beach Gardens softball player Amanda Buckley reveals she was found stuffed in her alleged killer's closet, her body bruised from signs of rough sex and her hair stuck to duct tape.

Jason Shenfeld, 26, remains in the Palm Beach County Jail on charges of first-degree murder, sexual battery and false imprisonment.

He was released from jail in February, about two months after he was accused of using duct tape to restrain two women who knew Buckley and forcing them to have sex with him at knifepoint. Prosecutors dropped all charges in that case, however, because of conflicting evidence.

Buckley, a well-liked 18-year-old who accepted a scholarship to attend college in Tampa, was becoming friends with Shenfeld when she joined him and his family on a trip Wednesday, sheriff's investigators said Monday.

Two days later, Shenfeld's father, John, found her wedged between blankets, sheets and clothing in his son's bedroom closet.

Nervous and agitated, Shenfeld left the house earlier that day with another girl, whom investigators said he had dated. When his father confronted him about the body, the younger Shenfeld said Buckley had died from a drug overdose and said "I didn't know what to do," according to an arrest report.

Before the family called 911, Shenfeld's father and uncle drove to the home of Brian Gabriel, who represented Shenfeld in last year's rape case, and the three drove to the Shenfeld residence on Ardel Drive.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and the U.S. Marshals South Florida Fugitive Task Force arrested Jason Shenfeld about 10 p.m. Saturday on U.S. 1 and Northlake Boulevard in North Palm Beach. He was with the woman he left with on Friday.

Bryan Raymond, who represented Shenfeld at his first appearance hearing Sunday, declined to comment on the charges.


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I just got [the arrest report] and I haven't had a chance to go through it," he said.

Buckley's death brought more than 200 friends and families to a candlelight vigil Sunday at the softball field next to Palm Beach Gardens High School, where she played for many years.

Few knew much about Shenfeld. Two of Buckley's friends said Monday she never mentioned him during visits to the gym and other conversations.

Detectives think she was assaulted and died late Thursday.

At the scene, investigators found a dark piece of duct tape in her hair. They also found a matching roll of tape and a blue and white rope inside a black, white and red backpack found on top of her body, according to the arrest report.

Medical examiners found that Buckley died of strangulation. They also noticed hemorrhages on her neck and bruises on her legs.

In the case from November, two women, then 18 and 20, accused Shenfeld of dragging them to his bedroom and forcing them to have sex.

Investigators saw tape residue on each woman's wrists. One had several scratches on her wrist and on the back of her hands. Detectives also saw she had a cut on her right foot, between her smallest toe and the adjoining toe. The other woman had scratches and marks around her neck.

Both women knew Buckley from grade school, authorities said. Investigators are trying to determine how Buckley got to know Shenfeld
I just got [the arrest report] and I haven't had a chance to go through it," he said.

Buckley's death brought more than 200 friends and families to a candlelight vigil Sunday at the softball field next to Palm Beach Gardens High School, where she played for many years.

Few knew much about Shenfeld. Two of Buckley's friends said Monday she never mentioned him during visits to the gym and other conversations.

Detectives think she was assaulted and died late Thursday.

At the scene, investigators found a dark piece of duct tape in her hair. They also found a matching roll of tape and a blue and white rope inside a black, white and red backpack found on top of her body, according to the arrest report.

Medical examiners found that Buckley died of strangulation. They also noticed hemorrhages on her neck and bruises on her legs.

In the case from November, two women, then 18 and 20, accused Shenfeld of dragging them to his bedroom and forcing them to have sex.

Investigators saw tape residue on each woman's wrists. One had several scratches on her wrist and on the back of her hands. Detectives also saw she had a cut on her right foot, between her smallest toe and the adjoining toe. The other woman had scratches and marks around her neck.

Both women knew Buckley from grade school, authorities said. Investigators are trying to determine how Buckley got to know Shenfeld

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Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty against a man accused of strangling an 18-year-old Palm Beach Gardens softball player, according to court documents filed Tuesday.

Jason Shenfeld, 26, of Palm Beach Gardens, is charged with first-degree murder as well as kidnapping and three counts of sexual battery in the July 20 death of Amanda Buckley.

Shenfeld's father found Buckley's body covered with pillows and blankets in his son's bedroom closet and notified authorities. Shenfeld told his father that Buckley had died from a drug overdose, but investigators and autopsy findings concluded she had been beaten, sexually assaulted and strangled.

Florida law allows prosecutors to seek the death penalty under certain circumstances. In this case, as with every case in which the death penalty is considered, the state attorney's capital-review committee looked at all of the factors, Assistant State Attorney Kirk Volker said.

"In this case, because the aggravating circumstances outweighed the mitigating circumstances, we decided to seek death," Volker said. "An example of an aggravated circumstance might be that the homicide was committed in a heinous, atrocious or cruel manner."

In previous cases, appeals courts have ruled that strangulation can be considered heinous and cruel, Volker said.

"It's basically where the person realizes that they are going to be murdered before they die," he said. "They're living through the taking of their life, so to speak, so it becomes a cruel murder."

Shenfeld has entered a not-guilty plea. He also is facing a probation violation charge for being arrested while on five-year probation from a robbery conviction.

Shenfeld's attorneys could not be reached for comment, despite attempts by phone.

The State Attorney's Office previously dropped sexual battery charges against Shenfeld in a separate case, in which two women accused him of raping them at his home in November. Prosecutors cited conflicting evidence in their decision to not pursue the case

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A grand jury on Tuesday indicted a Palm Beach Gardens man in the strangling death of an 18-year-old softball player who, documents show, exchanged phone calls with him the morning he was accused of raping two women.

Jason Shenfeld, 26, was indicted on charges of first-degree murder, kidnapping and three counts of sexual battery in the death of Amanda Buckley, a Palm Beach Gardens High School graduate who would have begun her freshman year at St. Leo University this fall on a softball scholarship.

Shenfeld's father discovered Buckley's body in his son's closet on July 20. Investigators found duct tape entangled in the teen's hair and noted extensive bruising and severe trauma on her body, according to search warrants filed in the case.

Earlier this year, the State Attorney's Office dropped sexual battery charges against Shenfeld in a case filed by two women, 18 and 19, who told investigators that he had bound them with duct tape and forced them to commit sexual acts on him and each other the morning of Nov. 30.

Prosecutors cited conflicting evidence in their decision to not pursue that case against Shenfeld. His attorneys had mounted a vigorous defense before a filing decision was made, writing to prosecutors about differences in the women's accounts of the alleged rape as well as submitting statements from witnesses who swore in affidavits that at least one of the women had a promiscuous reputation.

Included in the court documents pertaining to the rape case were Shenfeld's cell phone records on Nov. 29 and Nov. 30, which showed numerous calls on the morning in question, including a 26-second call to Buckley and a 24-second call from Buckley at 4:13 a.m. The calls were placed less than four hours before the alleged attack occurred.

The relationship between Buckley and Shenfeld is unclear. Buckley's parents could not be reached for comment, despite a phone call to their home. Friends of Buckley's have said Shenfeld was among the guests at her graduation party.

Shenfeld's attorney, Bryan Raymond, confirmed that Shenfeld and Buckley had called each other but would not elaborate on the nature of the calls.

"Obviously, they did know each other well enough to be calling each other at 4:13 in the morning," Raymond said.

He said the defense in the 2006 rape case was a "clear home run," adding that it wasn't just about inconsistent statements but other evidence as well. Though the results were not included in court discovery, DNA tests on at least one victim showed the presence of more than one man's DNA, Raymond said.

They also pointed prosecutors to a MySpace page with photos of at least one of the women, which attorneys wrote were indicators of her "behaviors, attitudes and hobbies."

The women told investigators they had been partying with Shenfeld and fell asleep at his home. They awoke to find a naked Shenfeld ordering them at knifepoint to take off their clothes and perform sexual acts, according to arrest reports.

Court documents show the women did differ on some details of their accounts, such as whether Shenfeld used a pillow to cover their faces and whether one woman had been drinking, but they generally agreed on other parts of their description of the alleged attack.

As a result of the dropped rape charges, a judge ordered a probation violation filed by the Department of Corrections to be withdrawn. Shenfeld had been on five years' probation for a 2002 robbery conviction.

In that case, Shenfeld hit a woman in the head with a cell phone, claiming he had a gun, and grabbed her purse. A condition of his probation was a letter of apology to the victim.

"I hope that you can find it possible to forgive me," Shenfeld wrote while in a drug treatment program. "I have a sister and a mother who I love very much. I can imagine how I would feel if someone had done to them what happened to you."

Shenfeld described being on drugs when he committed the robbery and being ashamed of his actions.

"When I am released, I am going to get a good job and again become a productive member of society," Shenfeld wrote.


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n the midst of their investigation into the strangulation of an 18-year-old softball player last month, detectives sat down to view two pornographic videos found in the safe belonging to the man accused of killing Amanda Buckley.

Among the videos seized as evidence was one with the title, Bound for Brutality.

When detectives watched the video, they noted the plot: women bound with duct tape and ligatures; men using guns and intimidation to subdue the women, using duct tape on their mouth, hands and feet.

Buckley's body was found in Jason Shenfeld's bedroom closet July 20. The Medical Examiner's Office concluded the Palm Beach Gardens softball star had been strangled and raped. Duct tape was found in her hair.

And Shenfeld's DNA was found on the duct tape, according to court documents released Tuesday.

Shenfeld, 26 - charged with murder, sexual battery and kidnapping - refused to speak with detectives after he was arrested at a North Palm Beach motel. He told his father that Buckley had overdosed and he didn't know what to do, according to court documents. Buckley was on probation for a cocaine charge at the time of her death, according to the documents.

The medical examiner found evidence of rough sex and also concluded that Buckley had suffered multiple blows to her head and hemorrhaging on her neck and bruises on her legs, according to court documents.

A loaded rifle and drug paraphernalia were found in Shenfeld's bedroom. Detectives also found a dog leash, a belt and a section of duct tape stuck to a pair of pink panties inside a garbage bag that was inside another garbage bag. All of the items contained either or both Buckley and Shenfeld's DNA, according to court documents.

Detectives also interviewed Mia Dipadua, who had been dating Shenfeld about two weeks before Buckley's death.

The 25-year-old woman told investigators she has had nightmares since Buckley was killed. When Shenfeld invited Dipadua to a North Palm Beach motel a day after Buckley's body was discovered, she refused, feigning exhaustion. She then notified authorities of his whereabouts.

Dipadua told investigators she spent the night with Shenfeld in his bedroom the night before Buckley's body was found, and that he was acting "normal." After Buckley's body was found, Shenfeld assured Dipadua there was nothing to worry about because "nothing was going to happen," according to court documents.

Another woman who dated Shenfeld for four years contacted investigators and alleged she had been physically abused during the relationship and that Shenfeld "had a problem with porn."

Both women knew Shenfeld to abuse drugs, according to court documents, and Shenfeld's mother told investigators that his drugs of choice were Xanax, marijuana and cocaine. Shenfeld completed a drug program in connection with a 2002 robbery conviction.

Shenfeld's parents also told of the repeated phone calls from Buckley's concerned parents in the days before her body was found. Buckley's mother had given her daughter permission to go to Panama City for a few days with Shenfeld, whom she had known for about a year, and his mother. They returned on July 19.

Buckley then showed up at the Shenfeld home on Ardel Drive in Palm Beach Gardens at 4:30 a.m. and asked to get some of her possessions, Diane Shenfeld recalled. Buckley's parents called Shenfeld directly and he claimed that Buckley had left his house to meet someone else, despite the fact she had left her vehicle at his house. Buckley's father told investigators that his daughter had introduced Shenfeld as a friend, and that he believed him to be about 21. The Shenfelds told investigators that Jason Shenfeld had been acting "funny and scared," not allowing his mother into his room to wash the sheets.

The night before his arrest, Jason Shenfeld told one of his oldest friends that Buckley had died of a drug overdose.

"I can't sleep in my room because I keep seeing her," Shenfeld reportedly told Manuel Gonzalez. "I woke up and she was blue."

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