• Nationwide manhunt ends, Gay Chicago professor arrested 2, 000 miles aw

    From LGBTQIA Record@21:1/5 to All on Tue Aug 15 04:16:54 2017
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    OAKLAND, California-- A nationwide manhunt is over, after U.S
    Marshals arrested two men wanted in connection with a fatal
    stabbing at a Chicago high rise.

    Two university professors were on the run, hiding for nine days,
    before they were found late Friday night in California. They
    were wanted in the stabbing death of 26-year-old cosmotologist
    Trenton Duranleau, found dead in his apartment last week.

    U.S. Marshals took Northwestern University microbiology
    professor Wyndam Lathem into custody in Oakland, California. He
    surrendered at a federal courthouse there. Latham was believed
    to have been traveling with Oxford University employee Andrew
    Warren, who also surrendered Friday, at a San Francisco police

    The two men are charged with killing Duranleau, who Professor
    Lathem had been living with and dating.

    The stabbing was so violent that one of the knives used was
    found broken in a garbage can, and police say Duranleau's body
    and genitals were mutilated.

    "It is a little scary that they were loose that long," neighbor
    Christine Schuster explains. "You'd think it's kind of easy to
    catch someone when their picture is all over the Internet."

    James Laukota, another neighbor, agrees. "Guys aren't caught and
    there's a murder seven floors beneath us? Kind of weird."
    Adding, "Now that they're in custody, I can sleep better at

    Neighbors say before the stabbing, Duranleau had wanted out of
    his relationship with Latham, but Latham wasn't willing to let
    him go.

    It's unclear how Warren, the Oxford employee, knew those two
    men. He does have a profile on Grindr, a social app for the
    LGBTQ community. In it, he talks about his "passion for bondage
    and torture."

    The two men will go before a judge in California before being
    extradited back to Chicago. Police say once they arrive, they
    will be interrogated and the police department will reveal more
    details about the case to the public.

    http://wqad.com/2017/08/05/nationwide-manhunt-ends-chicago- professor-arrested-2000-miles-away-after-fatal-stabbing/

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