A Minnesota man is now charged with murder in the death of a Saudi Arabian Wisconsin college student.
Hussain Saeed Alnahdi, 24, was studying business administration at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. He was found unconscious outside of a pizza place in Menomonie over Halloween weekend, with witnesses saying there was a fight between he and someone else.
Alnahdi died the next day, leading to reward offers and pleas for help from authorities.
A few weeks later, Menomonie police said they arrested a suspect.
It wasn't until this week however that any charges were filed.
Cullen Osburn, a Minneapolis man, was charged Thursday with felony murder and aggravated battery, according to Wisconsin court records.
An arrested warrant was issued Friday for the 27-year-old.
The Leader-Telegram has details from the charges – witness accounts have slightly different details, but Osburn was seen punching Alnahdi in the face or head; some say Alnahdi had ripped Osburn's chain off his neck.
Osburn will need to be extradited, the paper says.
Authorities had said they were initially investigating it as a possible hate crime, but at the time of the November arrest, added they'd found no evidence the killing was motivated by race.