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Bianca Devins death: Police identify man suspected of killing 17-year-old Instagram star


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A man who began stabbing himself in the neck when approached by an officer is accused of killing a 17-year-old girl and posting photos of the homicide online, police said Monday. Authorities identified the suspect as Brandon Clark, according to CBS Syracuse affiliate WSTM.Bianca Devins' body was found Sunday underneath a tarp in Utica, New York, after an officer encountered Clark. The 21-year-old suspect had emergency surgery but is expected to survive, police said.The two attended a concert together Saturday night in New York City, where they reportedly got into some sort of argument at the venue. The argument "progressed" until Clark used a large, black handled knife to kill the teenager,  according to a police statement.Investigators believe the man then posted pictures of the girl's body online, where at least one of them was widely circulated, Utica police Lt. Bryan Coromato said. "She will always be remembered as our Princess."The family statement said Devins graduated from high school last month and looked forward to attending a community college in the fall.Her death sparked a wave of attention and disgust online. 50 years ago, millions of people were glued to their television sets as Apollo 11​ launched to the moon 50 years ago, millions of people were glued to their television sets as Apollo 11​ launched to the moon “I just hope they make it successfully and have no problem,” said a man who’d traveled from California to see Apollo 11 launch to the moon on July 16, 1969.

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