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Topic - Sue Ann Marcum
DNA links suspect to AU professor's killing; Equality Maryland on the ropes; DOJ will not pursue death penalty in D.C. case; PG Council spurns Baker initiative; Md. young-driver laws appear to be working; GOP looking to take over Va. Senate
Dad of prime suspect in AU murder case proclaims son's innocence; Overzealous enforcement of zero-tolerance policies in high schools could lead to changes; No alcohol breath-test program for D.C. until next spring; Stanley has rocky confirmation hearing for top DYRS job; Md. transit boss to apologize in photo flap; LaHood gives Dulles Metrorail players a month to settle differences
The father of a 41-year-old yoga instructor wanted in the October fatal beating of an American University professor said his son did not commit the crime and was not even in the Washington area at the time of the killing.
Montgomery County police obtained a warrant charging Jorge Rueda Landeros — a 41-year-old yoga instructor currently thought to be in Mexico — with the brutal beating death of Sue Ann Marcum, whose body was found in her Bethesda home on Oct. 25.
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.
An 18-year-old D.C. man identified as a suspect in the October killing of an American University professor is back in custody in the District after he broke the conditions of his release and went missing last month, his attorney said.
Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier says her department has flooded Upper Northwest neighborhoods with officers in response to a string of burglaries that has alarmed residents in recent weeks.
Packed suitcases sat on the enclosed porch of a two-story, white-painted brick home in the affluent Spring Valley neighborhood of Northwest Washington, the scene of a brazen burglary attempt early last week by D.C. youths.
An 18-year-old D.C. man identified as a suspect in the October killing of an American University professor was ordered held on $1 million bond Tuesday after being charged with stealing her car.
A university student was attacked as he bicycled home after working the evening shift at a waterfront restaurant. A school principal was fatally shot in his bedroom in a Maryland suburb.
An 18-year-old D.C. man arrested after Metropolitan Police officers caught him in a Jeep belonging to a slain American University professor will be extradited to Montgomery County to face charges there.