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Topic - Seth Zucker
Montgomery County prosecutors dropped charges against an 18-year-old D.C. man identified as a suspect in the killing of an American University professor and plan to extradite him to the District to face charges there.
Seth Zucker, a spokesman for Montgomery County State's Attorney John McCarthy, said the case is an open and active police investigation.
"We're deferring to the D.C. prosecution because it's a more direct case for D.C. It's the same charge. They both involve auto theft," Mr. Zucker said.