PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – Maryland State Police have arrested a Baltimore man for murdering a student at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore more than four years ago.
Police arrested 25-year-old Davonta M. Braxton, of Baltimore, Md., around 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 20, on the university’s campus.
Officers say Braxton is charged in connection to the murder of 21-year-old Edmond St. Clair, who was a student at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES). Braxton has been a student at the university, but is not currently enrolled, according to school records.
Troopers say St. Clair’s murder happened around 9:00 p.m. on Feb. 16, 2013. According to police, St. Clair was a passenger in a car traveling across campus when he and those he was traveling with encountered several people who were walking in the street.
The investigation revealed St. Clair got out of the car and a fight broke out, during which he was stabbed
ISLE OF WIGHT, Co. – Investigators tested the DNA of a Virginia Beach man during the investigation into the unsolved murder of Carrie Singer, according to a search warrant.
Someone murdered Singer in 2004 and left her body in a farmer’s field in Isle of Wight County. Recently, investigators released a description of a suspect, using cutting edge technology based on DNA evidence.
With the sketch out in the public, investigators got a Crime Line tip about a man resembling the sketch, the search warrant says. The man is named in the search warrant, but News 3 isn’t naming him because he hasn’t been charged in the investigation.
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While investigators pursed this lead, they discovered the man worked in Isle of Wight County as
New Hampshire authorities Thursday searched an apartment in Londonderry in connection with the unsolved murder of 62-year-old Denise Robert in Manchester, according to the state attorney general’s office.
The search took place at 43 Kendall Pond Road, unit B, authorities said in a statement. New Hampshire State Police and Londonderry police executed a search warrant on the property.
ABC News Nightline examines the twists and turns of an intriguing unsolved murder in the new multiplatform docu-series A Murder on Orchard Street, which premiered Tuesday, October 3. The seven-part narrative, which is available across all ABC News digital platforms, select streaming platforms, and adapted into a podcast produced by ABC Radio, features unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the NYPD’s investigation, from the first moments after the homicide of 25-year-old Burke O’Brien in 2003 to present day.
“Taking a fresh look at a captivating case like this one allows us an opportunity to creatively showcase our rich archive in a new and dynamic way,” said Roxanna Sherwood, Executive Producer of the series. “My hope is that the story will engage the public to help unravel new details and clues
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MOBILE, Alabama (WKRG) – Richard Lee Campbell was arrested on October 16, 2017, for allegedly stabbing two people during an argument and stealing the bicycle of one of the victims. Campbell was out on bond after being charged with 9 counts of using the credit card of James Hipp. Hipp had been found dead in his Airport Boulevard home on May 19. Hipp’s death has been ruled a homicide, but no arrests have been made in connection with his death.
According to Mobile Police, on October 11th Campbell and two others began arguing near Lyons Park. During the argument, Campell allegedly stabbed the two victims. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate a suspect at that time.
Two other men were also arrested shortly after Hipp’s murder. Michael Grayson Steele was