Female Student Accused of Frostburg State Murder in Court

Suspect lived at house where stabbing occurred

A female Frostburg State University student charged with murdering another female student is due in court in Cumberland for a bond review.

Twenty-three-year-old Shanee Liggins of Waldorf has been held without bail since her arrest Sunday in the slaying of 19-year-old Kortneigh McCoy of Baltimore.

The murder happened after a fight at a Maple Street house, located close to the Frostburg State campus.  A fight inside the house spilled out onto the street, where police say Shanee Liggins used a knife to stab McCoy to death.

Liggins, a business major, lived in the rented house where the fight began.

Liggins faces first and second degree murder charges.  A hearing is set for Monday.

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