University of Maryland stabbing suspect expected in court today

Federal investigators are trying to determine whether the weekend stabbing of a black college student in Maryland was racially motivated, authorities said Sunday.

"As we struggle to deal with our emotions, let's find appropriate ways to express our sorrow and hope for justice", Bowie State University President Mickey L. Burnim wrote in a statement.

Collins fell backwards and was helped by his friends before university officers arrived and performed CPR, Mitchell said. A University of Maryland student was charged Sunday w. He was taken into custody by the university's police department. He has been charged with first- and second-degree murder and first-degree assault.

The white University of Maryland student suspected of killing a newly commissioned black Army officer on the College Park campus over the weekend was ordered held without bond during a court appearance Monday afternoon, while the FBI investigates the stabbing as a possible hate crime.

Witnesses told police that the alleged attacker, Sean Christopher Urbanski of Severna Park, was intoxicated and incoherent when he approached Collins.

Collins' classmates at Bowie State organized a vigil in his memory Monday night. "I know that people are drawing conclusions". "I can tell you that at this early stage in this investigation, we do not have enough evidence to say conclusively whether this is a hate crime". "They will know to a certainty what lies behind this, but we're not there yet".

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Urbanski is being held without bond and is expected to appear in court Monday afternoon. Police are awaiting results of drug tests.

Defense attorney William C. Brennan argued that Urbanski should be allowed to live at home under conditions including Global Positioning System monitoring and alcohol abuse treatment while his case proceeds. The judge declined, for now.

Family members told News4 Collins was a senior, who was set to graduate on Tuesday.

"I'm not aware of any increase in threats here on campus, but certainly and increase in fear", Mitchell said.

"When I looked at information contained on website, it's despicable", said David Mitchell said.

The Associated Press said that in the group "members post disparaging material about African-Americans and others".

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He said the university is looking into other students who may be involved with the Facebook group and their involvement on campus. "If you can get rid of a group for hazing, someone in a fraternity, you should be able to take these hate groups and throw them off this campus", said Gerald Stansbury of the NAACP.

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Richard Collins III was allegedly killed by Sean Urbanski at the University of Maryland in Prince George's County, Maryland.

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The assailant fled the scene, but police quickly apprehended him, and Collins's two friends identified him.

Urbanski's parents stood silently in the courtroom where he could see them on the camera from the detention center. The judge said his request for bond could be revisited at a later date.

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