Which means that despite being a “person of interest” in the investigation of Yale student Annie Le‘s killing due to his job as a lab technician in her building, he is very probably not the killer [UPDATE].
So unless this story takes other Middletown or Wesleyan-related turns, I guess we can drop our coverage of it. Good luck to the investigators, hope they resolve it soon. [UPDATE, too soon.]
Hartford Courant: Raymond Clark III Complied with Requests in Annie Le Case, Released
[EDIT 5: 04 pm]
Some all-campus email reassurance from Dean Mike:
Beginning on Tuesday, we have been closely monitoring the police activity in the north end of Middletown regarding the man that police are describing as a “person of interest” in the killing of a Yale graduate student last week on the Yale campus in New Haven. Be assured that we remain in contact with police authorities involved in this matter. We understand that this man continues to be under constant police surveillance. As such, we have no reason to believe that he poses a safety risk to our campus or to Middletown residents living in the area. Obviously, we will immediately notify you if there is any change in this assessment or indication of risk to our community.
Dean Mike Whaley