Thursday Crime Stories: Young Yale grad student gunned down just after marriage proposal, person of interest?

An MIT graduate has been named as a person of interest in the shooting death of Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang. New Haven Police say that Quinxuan Pan, 29, should be considered armed and dangerous. Authorities issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with a stolen car, but he is not named as yet as a suspect in the homicide.

Jiang, 26, was fatally shot in the New Haven’s East Rock neighborhood. Police reports indicate at least seven shots were heard by witnesses. Jiang’s vehicle had rear damage, so investigators are looking into the possibility that a car collision preceded the fatal shooting.

Joining Nancy Grace today:

Wendy Patrick– California Prosecutor, author “Red Flags”, Host of “The Answer” on KCBQ Radio
Dr. Daniel Bober – Forensic Psychiatrist, Chief of Psychiatry Memorial Regional Healthcare Systems, Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University School of Medicine
Robert Crispin – Private Investigator with “Crispin Special Investigations”
Dr. Tim Gallagher – Medical Examiner, State of Florida
Alexis Tereszcuk – CrimeOnline Investigative Reporter, Writer/Fact Checker at ‘Lead Stories’

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” on Fox Nation is also a national radio show heard on SiriusXM channel 111 airing for two hours daily starting at 12 p.m. EST. You can also subscribe and download the daily podcasts at iHeart Podcasts.

[Feature Photo: Kevin Jiang/Handout]