Documents: Man Exchanged Texts & Calls With Murdered Nantucket Woman

BARNSTABLE (CBS) – Documents released in the murder of a pregnant Nantucket woman show she and a man at the center of the case exchanged dozens of texts and calls the day she disappeared.

Quoizel Wilson told police he saw Trudie Hall on July 27, 2010, the last day she was seen alive.

Documents also showed Wilson told police he had known Hall for five years, but they were just friends. Police later learned the two had an affair.

Wilson was the father of Hall’s unborn child, and is also married to a different woman.

Police have been investigating Wilson since Hall disappeared, but they have made no arrests in the case.

Hall’s remains were discovered last month. The district attorney said she was shot multiple times.

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