Updated 12/01/2011 12:42 PM
Victim's mother reacts to arrest
As police now try to put the puzzle pieces together in the troubling double homicide of Arica Schneider and her boyfriend, Samuel Holley, Schneider's mother is speaking out about how the arrest of 31-year-old Michael Mosley is affecting her family. Our Solomon Syed has more.
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TROY, N.Y.-- Arica Schneider's mother, Robin Nold, spoke for the first time since authorities told her they made another arrest in the brutal killing of her daughter and her boyfriend.
Nold says police told her they were expanding their investigation back in April, but wouldn't tell her what they were looking into.
Now she knows and while she's happy authorities are doing their due diligence, the news points toward more delays in a case that has already taken more than eight years to uncover.
"I feel like I'm going backwards now," said Nold. "I felt like something was going to come to light and now I know it's just going to take a long time again. And I don't know how much more I can take."
As for the two men already in custody, Terrence Battiste and Brian Berry, Nold isn't convinced they are innocent either, saying she believes it would have taken more than one person to kill the young couple.