Brandon Theesfeld

Brandon Theesfeld Bio, Wiki, Age, Alexandria Ally Kostial Suspect

Brandon Theesfeld Bio: He is the main suspect in the murder of Ole Miss Student Alexandria Ally Kostial from St Louis Missouri.

Brandon Theesfeld Bio

He was born in 1997. 22-year-old Theesfeld is the main suspect in the murder of Alexandria Ally Kostial

He was arrested Monday afternoon and is currently in custody at the Lafayette County Detention Center.

He was charged Tuesday at the Lafayette County Courthouse, just days after Alexandria “Ally” Kostial, an Alpha Phi sorority sister and rising senior at Ole Miss, was found dead by a deputy during his Saturday morning patrol near Sardis Lake.

The University of Mississippi said Theesfeld, a student in the School of Business Administration, has been suspended.

Brandon Theesfeld Family

He is the son of Daniel Theesfeld, His father is a doctor in the Fort Worth area, who owns and operates the Pain Management Center of Texas. Theesfeld has two younger sisters, one of whom is also a student at the University of Mississippi.

Brandon Theesfeld School

Theesfeld graduated in 2016 from Fort Worth Country Day School, but a classmate tells ItsBiography that Theesfeld actually graduated from San Marcos Academy, a private Baptist boarding school about 3 and a half hours south of Fort Worth.

Theesfeld has been studying at Ole Miss since 2016. Theesfeld also appears to have been in the ROTC program at San Marcos Academy. The suspect was tweeting just hours after Ally Kostial’s body was found by deputies in Lafayette County.

Who is Ally Kostial

Kostial, of St. Louis, Missouri, was studying marketing at the university. Her father, Keith, said on Facebook that she was attending summer classes and teaching fitness classes at the university.

Claudia Swyres, who was friends with Kostial since second grade, said she was an “awesome girl” who was willing to help “anybody” who needed it. “Ally was just very fun, outgoing and very friendly girl, who really didn’t have any enemies in life,” she told CBS affiliate KMOV.

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