Oxford University murder suspect arrested in US

An Oxford University employee and a US professor suspected of killing a person in Chicago have handed themselves in.

Somerville School senior treasury assistant Andrew Warren, 56, exceeded himself in virtually 2,000 miles away in San Francisco while Prof Wyndham Lathem, 42, gave himself up in Oakland.

The pair have been accused of fatally stabbing Trenton Cornell-Duranleau, 26, in Mr Lathem’s Chicago flat on 27 July.

The killing induced a US-vast manhunt for the suspects.

Mr Warren and Mr Lathem are due in separate courts in California in the coming days the place authorities will seek to have them transferred to Chicago.

Chicago Police Division (CPD) spokesman Anthony Guglielmi tweeted that Each suspects were now in police custody in Oakland.

In a remark, Chicago police mentioned: “Both people can be held guilty for his or her moves and we hope these days’s arrest brings some remedy for the sufferer’s household.”

Wyndham Lathem is a microbiology professor at Northwestern College in Illinois, who specialises in the micro organism that brought about the bubonic plague.

He sent domestic and pals a video wherein he apologised, police said.

Supervisory deputy US Marshall Frank Conroy mentioned Mr Warren had handed himself right into a police station in San Francisco, whereas Mr Lathem gave himself up in Oakland.

A Thames Valley Police spokesman stated Mr Warren was suggested missing on 25 July having left the uk the day sooner than.

Oxford College mentioned it had been in touch with police within the UK about Mr Warren and was “ready to help the us investigating authorities in any respect they need”.

The remark added: “Andrew Warren’s colleagues at Somerville College have now all been informed and are stunned to learn of the case.”

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