Schumer urges extradition of suspect in college student's death

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The man suspected of killing the Binghamton University student from Long Island has been arrested in Nicaragua.

Orlando Tercero was arrested in connection with the death of Haley Anderson.

Now Sen. Charles Schumer is asking the State Department to do everything in its power to have Tecero extradited to New York.

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Tercero was arrested in Nicaragua days after the Westbury native’s body was discovered in an off-campus apartment last weekend.

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