Middletown resident arrested in Yale killing

custom_1253194577228_rayclark_01Oh boy. So it turns out that lab technician Raymond Clark III, who was detained for questioning at his Middletown apartment earlier this week, has been arrested and charged as the killer of Yale grad student Annie Le.

Police had been staking out the Super 8 motel in Cromwell where he was staying, and took him into custody at 8:30 this morning. His DNA matched some evidence found at the scene of the crime, and his bail is set for $3 million.

More details at NYTimesGawker and Huffington Post.

9 thoughts on “Middletown resident arrested in Yale killing

  1. Chelsea

    Seriously guys, give him a break. Sheek was just trying not to stir up unnecessary fears, given events on campus last semester that have probably made us all a bit more on edge. Yes, he turned out to be (probably) wrong, but the level of anger in these comments (and on wesleying in general) needs to be taken down a notch.

  2. Chelsea

    Seriously guys, give him a break. Sheek was just trying not to stir up unnecessary fears, given events on campus last semester that have probably made us all a bit more on edge. Yes, he turned out to be (probably) wrong, but the level of anger in these comments (and on wesleying in general) needs to be taken down a notch.

  3. Anon

    Statements such as “he is very probably (not) the killer” are so annoying. We know nothing about the facts in this case, so how you can presume to pass such judgement is beyond me. It is this sensationalist attitude which leads to misinformation and prejudice. How about we wait until the courts begin to decide who committed a crime?

  4. Anon

    Statements such as “he is very probably (not) the killer” are so annoying. We know nothing about the facts in this case, so how you can presume to pass such judgement is beyond me. It is this sensationalist attitude which leads to misinformation and prejudice. How about we wait until the courts begin to decide who committed a crime?

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