There may be bad news for Raymond Clark III. The 24-year old has been a "person of interest" in Annie Le's strangulation death, but now police have reportedly matched DNA that implicates Clark in Le's murder. Good news for justice?
The New Haven Register passes on word that Clark's days of freedom may be numbered:
Police have obtained a DNA match that implicates Raymond Clark III, 24, in the slaying of Yale graduate student Annie Le, police sources said late Wednesday.
Police have obtained, or are in the process of obtaining, an arrest warrant, the sources said.
Clark also failed a polygraph and had scratched on his body, which he blamed on a cat.