College Increases Reward in Case of Murdered Student
Severn native Edmond St. Clair was killed on Feb. 16. The total reward for information relating to the case is now $10,000.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore has increased the reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the murder of a student from Severn last month.
UMES has boosted the reward to $8,000. The state Crime Solvers program is also offering $2,000, bringing the total potential award to $10,000.
Maryland State Police continue to investigate the death of Edmond A. St. Clair, 21, who was murdered on the night of Feb. 16 on the UMES campus. State police said St. Clair was a passenger in a car on campus and then somehow got involved in an altercation and was stabbed.
Suspects in the case have been described only as African-American men in their late teens or early 20s.