In late April, a law enforcement source told ABC News that police found 16 pairs of women's panties in the Markoff's home. Four pairs of these panties were found inside rolled up socks that were hidden in the box spring of Markoff's bed that he shared with his fiancee McAllister in his Quincy, Mass., home.
McAllister and Markoff had planned to wed in a lavish August ceremony, an event that has since been called off, according to sources.
Authorities said that extra ammunition was also found at the scene.
McAllister had stuck by Markoff from the beginning, starting with her e-mail to ABC News shortly after his arrest saying her fiance "could not hurt a fly."
Along with the panties was a large bag with roughly 60 pairs of plastic flex-cuff restraints, the law enforcement source said.
The panties and restraints were found along with duct tape next to a hollowed-out copy of "Gray's Anatomy" that hid the semi-automatic weapon police believe was used to shoot Brisman April 14. Brisman had rented a room at the upscale Boston Copley Marriott from Monday, April 13, through Wednesday, April 15, to offer $200 massages "with hand relief."
Around the time of his April arrest, Markoff told his parents, brother and sister-in-law during a jailhouse visit to "move to California and forget about him,'' a law enforcement source told ABC News.
Guzman, Brisman's mother, wrote a statement that was read by a family spokesperson at the end of the arraignment.
"Julissa inspired family and friend, the loss to us is immeasurable," said the statement. "We are overhwlemed and devastated by the loss of our Julissa. She was a college student who would have graudated for counseling in May she had a good spirit and a dedication to helping others. We ask for privacy and compassion."
Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley told Guzman in Spanish, "We will do everything we can for you.