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PostWysłany: Wto 15:19, 27 Lip 2010    Temat postu: Stephen B. Pitcairn

Statement on the Death of Stephen B. PitcairnRelease Date: 07/26/2010
Johns Hopkins is deeply shocked and saddened by the stabbing death of research technologist Stephen B. Pitcairn. His colleagues and friends here mourn his loss and extend sincere condolences to his family.

Mr. Pitcairn joined the laboratory of Gregg Semenza, M.D., Ph.D., at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine on June 29, 2009 as a lab technician, and was promoted July 1, 2010 to the position of research technologist.

In a statement issued earlier today, Dr. Semenza said: “Stephen was a remarkable young man,” whose undergraduate work at Kalamazoo College “so impressed [former Johns Hopkins University President] Bill Richardson that Bill called me to personally support Stephen’s application to my lab.

As an undergraduate, Stephen spent a year in Japan working in a research lab and he was fluent in Japanese. He was very dedicated to his work as a member of the team in my lab studying breast cancer. Stephen was in the process of applying to medical school for next year and he had all of the personal qualities needed for a successful career as a physician. “

“The loss of any member of our Johns Hopkins community impacts us all,” said Ronald J. Daniels, president of the university. “But the loss of a vital young man of such potential, intent on dedicating his life to helping others, is especially tragic. Everyone at the university joins me in expressing our sympathies to Stephen’s family, colleagues and friends.”

Calling Stephen Pitcairn’s death a “tragedy for his family, his friends for our institution and for science,” Edward D. Miller, M.D. , Dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine expressed deep hope for the rapid arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the crime. “This is a terrible, terrible loss,” he said.

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Posted: 07/26/2010
Last Updated: 8 hours and 45 minutes ago


BALTIMORE - Baltimore City Police say they've arrested 2 people for first degree murder in connection to a deadly robbery attempt of a Johns Hopkins University researcher.

John Alexander Wagner, 34, and Lavelva Merritt, 24, both from the 2700 Block of Maryland Ave., were arrested and charged late Monday afternoon.

It happened on Saint Paul Street, near Brentwood Elementary in Lower Charles Village, just after 11:30 p.m. Sunday night.

23-year-old Steven Pitcairn was talking to his mother in Florida, on the way back from Penn Station. Police say a man and a woman came from behind him and robbed him.

Pitcairn gave the suspects his wallet. But they started fighting over a duffel bag he was carrying. That's when the suspects stabbed him.

A neighbor heard Pitcairn yelling and ran out of his house to help him.

Afraid of retaliation, the neighbor wouldn't talk to us on camera. He said he called 911 before he ran out to help. He then held Pitcairn's hand while he died.

The President of the Neighborhood Assocation say the two suspects robbed two others a few blocks away around the same time.

Pitcarin's 24th birthday is tomorrow.

ABC2 News' Christian Schaffer is following these latest developments and will have more tonight on ABC2 News @11.

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