A lab technician charged with murdering a Yale grad student has been arraigned.
Raymond Clark III kept his head bowed during the three-minute appearance. The accused killer of 24-year-old Annie Le did not enter a plea. He said "yes, your honor" when asked if he understood his rights.
The judge set bail at $3 million.
Clark was arrested Thursday at a hotel and charged with murdering Le, whose body was found stuffed in the wall of a research building on what would have been her wedding day.
Police say it was a case of workplace violence, but didn't elaborate.
Clark was sent to a holding cell. His next court date is Oct. 6
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The person of interest in the murder of a Yale graduate student was arrested Thursday.
Multiple news agencies are reporting Raymond Clark III was arrested and placed under a $3 million bond.
A state lab had said Wednesday it was expediting DNA tests on Clark, a lab technician.
Annie Le's body was found Sunday in the building that housed the lab where both she and Clark worked.
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