by The MSU Spokesman Staff
Baltimore City Police announced the arrest of suspect in the stabbing death of Gerald Williams who died two months ago on Feb. 1st.
Harry Malik Robertson, 20, of Bowie, was arrested in Prince George’s County without incident, Thursday morning. Robertson was charged with 1st and 2nd degree murder and a related weapons charge.
According to Larry Jones, a Morgan Spokesman, Robertson attended Morgan for one semester in fall 2014. Jones said Robertson was not enrolled before or after that semester. It was not immediately made clear why Robertson wasn’t still enrolled.
According to Leonard Hamm, Coppin State University’s Director of Public Safety, Robertson was suspended after Williams’ stabbing. Hamm, a former Baltimore City police commissioner, said Robertson was suspended from Coppin following a room search. Hamm did not disclose what was discovered in the room search.
More updates will follow on The MSU Spokesman. Contributors: Tramon Lucas and Benjamin McKnight III.