[quote]The building’s surveillance cameras captured a Toyota Tundra arrive at Cozzi’s office around 8:32 a.m. the day of the supposed murder. Moments later, a man identified as Kosowski was seen entering the building, wearing a backpack and gloves, and carrying a large box.
[quote]Five minutes later, Cozzi arrived at his office.
[quote]Around 10:22 a.m., Kosowski was seen leaving the building in different clothes. He was pulling a cart that contained a red bag or blanket, which he was struggling to transport to the Tundra.
[quote]Police said their telephone hearing was supposed to begin at 10:30 a.m. Kosowski attended the hearing from 10:28 a.m. to 11:04 a.m., but Cozzi did not show up.
[quote]Kosowski disconnected from the hearing and was captured at the scene of the crime moments later. Video shows him reposition the cart near the Tundra and struggle to get it into the bed of the truck.
[quote]Cozzi was never seen exiting the business, the affidavit noted.
[quote]The report said Kosowski drove past license plate reading camera on his way home to Tarpon Springs around 11:51 a.m. Tuesday. The camera captured an image of the cart in the bed of the truck with a red bag or blanket containing something resembling a human body.
[quote]On Thursday, police executed a search warrant on Kosowski’s home and found the same Tundra in his garage. Forensic investigators processed the vehicle and found blood in the bed of the truck, the driver’s side headrest and on the floorboard and garage floor.
[quote]Police said Kosowski returned to Pinellas County Saturday and was stopped by police in Tarpon Springs. A search of his Corolla turned up a ballistic vest with “a substantial amount of blood” on it, red and white fibers, and a bag containing a taser, masks, duct tape, brass knuckles and “intravenous sedatives” with syringes.
[quote]“Due to the large quantity of blood located at the crime scene, the defendant’s home and vehicle, along with the fact that the subject removed a container large enough to conceal a human body and the victim was never seen exiting the business on surveillance it is believed that the victim is deceased and the defendant intentionally, by a premeditated design caused his death,” the affidavit said.
Ugh, this wasn't temporary insanity or whatever excuses people were making for him above. He set out to murder someone, and he did.
That poor, poor victim.