Arrest May Be Coming In Chandra Levy Case

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Media reports in Washington and California say that an arrest may be close in the slaying of the former federal intern whose disappearance ended Gary Condit's congressional career.

WRC in Washington and KGO, KFSN and KCRA in California say D.C. police are seeking an arrest warrant in Chandra Levy's death. The warrant would be for an inmate convicted of attacking two female joggers in the same Washington park where Levy's remains were found in 2002.

The 24-year-old Levy disappeared in May 2001.

The married Condit told police that he and Levy were having an affair. Police did not consider him a suspect, but the negative publicity was cited as the main cause of the California Democrat's re-election defeat in 2002.

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier would not comment on the report Saturday.

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