American professor, Oxford employee arrested over brutal USA killing

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     HORROR Trenton Cornell Duranleau was murdered in Chicago on July 27

A deputy US marshal said Lathem's surrender came after fast-paced negotiations through an attorney that led to the fugitive turning himself in at the federal courthouse in Oakland.

The pair had been named as suspects in the murder of Trenton Cornell-Duranleau, a 26-year-old hairstylist, who was found dead in a Chicago apartment last week with multiple stab wounds.

Police described the men as "armed and dangerous" in the days after a Cook County judge issued arrest warrants.

Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said: "Wyndham Lathem and Andrew Warren have both been arrested in California". It was not clear how Warren, who was visiting from Britain, knew the other two men.

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.

The Northwestern professor subsequently sent a video to friends and family following the murder "apologizing for his involvement", the spokesman added.

Warren, a Somerville College resident at Oxford University, was taken to the San Francisco County Jail.

The suspects in the death of Trenton Cornell-Duranleau are now awaiting extradition to IL.


"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.

Police have not said what they believe motivated the crime.

Warren, who is British, is in charge of pensions and payroll at the University of Oxford's Somerville College, though his name and photograph have been removed from the school's online directory.

Guglielmi also said that the duo will appear in an Oakland court before returning to Chicago where they will be questioned by homicide detectives. But what remains to be determined is how the two men knew Warren, or whether they knew Warren before he flew stateside from the United Kingdom.

Warren has also been arrested.

When Northwestern officials learned of the murder investigation Monday, they placef Lathem on administrative leave and barred him from campus.

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

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