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Oxford University man and United States professor arrested for Chicago murder

06 August 2017

Authorities in California arrested a Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee wanted in the murder of a 26-year-old hairdresser in Chicago, police said.

"Both individuals will be held accountable for their actions and we hope today's arrest brings some small level of closure and justice for Trenton Cornell Duranleau's family", Chicago police tweeted Friday.

Lathem surrendered at the federal courthouse in Oakland U.S. Marshals Service supervisory inspector Ed Farrell, told the Chicago Tribune.

Warren works as a senior treasury assistant at Somerville College where he is in charge of payroll and pensions.

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Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi announced the development on Twitter, writing: "CPD has gotten word that Prof".

Chicago authoritites have revealed on August 4 that a video has surfaced in which Lathem reportedly apologized to friends and family for his alleged involvement in Cornell-Duranleau's death.

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Mr. Warren arrived in the USA three days before Cornell-Duranleau's death, CBS News reported.

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Mr Warren and Mr Lathem will appear in court in the coming days.

Guglielmi said investigators don't know exactly why the suspects picked the library in Lake Geneva, about 85 miles northwest of Chicago, to make the donation - neither the victim nor the suspects had any known connection to the library. At the city's public library, one of the men made a $1,000 donation in Cornell-Duranleau's name.

Cornell-Duranleau, who grew up in a small town in eastern MI, moved to Chicago past year after getting a job at a salon in the city.

They have said that on the night of the slaying, the front desk of the apartment building where Lathem lives in Chicago's trendy River North neighborhood received an anonymous call from a person who said that a crime had been committed in Lathem's 10th floor apartment. Police suspect he was killed several hours earlier and that the donation was made before the body was found.

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Detectives said they believed they knew their whereabouts but wanted to end the situation calmly without another "tragedy".

Oxford University man and United States professor arrested for Chicago murder