Suspect in deadly stabbing of Burlington Coat Factory guard arrested

The man accused of killing a security guard outside a Burlington Coat Factory store in Potomac Mills on Saturday was caught and arrested on Tuesday in D.C.

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D.C. Police say they received information regarding 35-year-old Jamel Carlos Kingsbury's whereabouts on Tuesday.

The stabbing happened around 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Police said the victim, 44-year-old Larry Drumgole tried to stop Kingsbury from shoplifting. A struggle ensued, and Drumgole was stabbed.

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Kingsbury will remain in custody in D.C., pending extradition back to Virginia, authorities said.