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Murder suspect trapped using student ID

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Jan 20, 2010  ||   

Larrian Daniels was arrested while attempting to enroll at Meridian Community College as a suspect in a gang related shooting that took place in El Paso, Texas, according to a news report from

The 19-year-old was taken into custody by Campus Police while trying to obtain his student ID. Students beginning a new semester at the Mississippi community college are required to have a new photo ID made prior to enrollment.

Campus Police Chief, Shane Williams, was informed by the El Paso Police Department of Daniels’ intentions to attend the school. “Officials were telling us that they had news that they had possibly a suspect of theirs in a homicide that was possibly going to attend MCC. So they gave us a description of the person, his name and particulars and we told them we would be on the lookout. Later on that day that subject came to the police department to receive his ID and that’s when we took him into custody.”

Texas officials say Daniels and 20-year-old Phillip Berryman are being charged in the shooting death of Enrique Lewis after an argument Nov. 23.

“It is situations like this that make one thankful Mississippi schools have ID requirements” said student Brenton Johnson.

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