Alleged University of Southern California Student Murder Suspect Arrested – University Herald


The University of Southern California student suspected of stabbing a University of Southern California professor was identified. Los Angeles Police was responsible for the identification of the said graduate student.

Twenty-eight year-old graduate brain and cognitive science student David Jonathan Brown was arrested on the allegations of killing Bosco Tjan. Tjan was USC’s Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences was a professor of psychology. Tjan oversaw Brown with four other students who worked in the lab with the the professor.

The USC Department of Public Safety reported that investigators hypothesized the attack was the consequence of a personal disagreement, according to ABC News.

Brown’s bond cost $1 million. It is not verified if Brown has an attorney.

C.L. Max Nikias, University of Southern California president, identified Tjan as the victim through a…


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