Lansing-area police say they've arrested a suspect in the fatal stabbing of a Michigan State University student from suburban Detroit.
They say the suspect faces arraignment Monday in district court in Mason.
Meridian Township police Sgt. Andrew McCready tells The Detroit News that 23-year-old Andrew M. Singler was stabbed about 4 a.m. Saturday at an apartment complex near campus and died shortly after his roommate brought him to the emergency room at Lansing's Sparrow Hospital.
McCready says Singler was from the Rochester area in Oakland County.
The sergeant says Singler apparently knew his killer and the two got in some kind of argument before the stabbing. He says police arrested the suspect about two hours after the attack and says he's in the Ingham County jail.