During the year, she moved out of her hall of residence and into Riedel's flat.
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Another student at Kiefer Alternative School subsequently purchased the laptop at a bus station for , even though he suspected it was stolen, and turned around and offered it to Clements-Jeffrey for .
Clements-Jeffrey, who was a long-term substitute teacher at Kiefer, says the student told her his aunt and uncle had given him the laptop, but that he no longer needed it after getting a new one.
Naygrow, of California, and Riedel, of Nelson, met on the first day of university in February last year.