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Suspect arrested in Yale student murder Kevin Jiang’s.
Qinxuan Pan, the fugitive wanted in the murder of a Yale Connecticut graduate student in February, was arrested in Alabama, U.S. marshals said Friday.
MIT graduate student Qinxuan Pan, wanted in the murder of Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang, has been arrested in Alabama. https://t.co/e3gR7Uc5Lt
— WBZ NewsRadio (@wbznewsradio) May 14, 2021
An international warrant was issued against Pan for murder and robbery in connection with the February 6 murder of Kevin Jiang in New Haven.
Pan is charged with repeatedly shooting Jiang, a 26-year-old graduate student from Yale School of the Environment. Jiang was also a Washington State Army veteran who recently got engaged to be married.
Marshals said a runaway Gulf Coast task force and Montgomery police arrested Pan Friday morning. Details of the arrest were not released immediately.
Pan is an American citizen born in Shanghai, China. He is also a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
On the day of his death, Jiang would be with his fiancée Zion Perry, another PhD student from Yale whom he had suggested a week earlier.
Perry, a former MIT student, was photographed talking to Pan at a college swing dance in March 2020, but authorities have not released any other links.
The US marshals launched a “national manhunt” of Pan on March 1st. Prior to his arrest today, he was last seen in a car with family members in Brookhaven or Duluth, Georgia, early morning on February 11th.
Pan, described by authorities as a 6-foot Asian weighing 170 pounds, was named as a wanted person of interest to be questioned on the case for weeks before the New Haven Police Department was cleared. An arrest warrant issued on February 27th charged him with Jiang’s illness. Murder. .
He is also being wanted for grievous second degree theft, according to Interpol’s Red Notice, and court documents from Massachusetts previously obtained from Fox News showed that Pan allegedly stole a vehicle from a dealership on the day Jiang was killed. drive, but instead of crossing national borders.
Perry was one of those presented in Jiang’s colors at a ceremony honoring his military service before he was buried in the Veterans State Cemetery in Middletown, Connecticut.
The US marshals had offered a reward of up to US $ 10,000 for information that led to the direct location and arrest of Pan.