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It was day one in the preliminary hearing for the man charged with the murder of San Luis Obispo woman, Kristen Marti. A handful of San Luis Obispo police officers testified about the contact Marti had with the man they say last saw her alive. January 9 was the day San Luis Obispo police say Marti was last seen alive. Police say Robert Koehler later admitted to having contact with the year-old on that day. The courtroom was relatively empty with some family members of the victim.
At one point, a woman walked out of the courtroom crying. He says Marti and her boyfriend, Nick Reed, lived in hotels and on the street and used heroine and methamphetamine. Detective Chris Chitty brought up the textPlus app, which allows users with Wi-Fi to text and call anonymously. Phone records reportedly showed Marti had been communicating with six men on January 9.
One of them who she used the app with went by the name of John Hill. Police say she did text Reed asking if he was on Prefumo Canyon in all caps. She had a person that would drop her off and pick her up from her dates. Reed told Dinsmore he and another friend drove up there and believed they saw Marti and an unknown man inside a car.
She reportedly appeared to be okay. Police say from December 15 through January 9, more than text messages were exchanged between Marti and Hill. They say the texts were about drugs or sex for money.
More than a month later, on February 22, Detective Caleb Kemp said police made their first contact with Koehler. After informing Koehler of the information they gathered from the textPlus app, Kemp says the year-old admitted to texting Marti and later, meeting up with her. Koehler reportedly met with another woman that morning for sex.