Campus Staffer Denies Killing Co-Worker on Cal State Fullerton Campus

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Chuyen Vo, left, is seen in a booking photo released Aug. 22, 2019, by the Fullerton Police Department. Detectives believe he’s the man seen in a surveillance image at right fleeing the scene of a killing at Cal State Fullerton on Aug. 19, 2019.

Chuyen Vo, left, is seen in a booking photo released Aug. 22, 2019, by the Fullerton Police Department. Detectives believe he’s the man seen in a surveillance image at right fleeing the scene of a killing at Cal State Fullerton on Aug. 19, 2019.

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A Southern California man has pleaded not guilty in the fatal stabbing of a co-worker on a college campus.

Online court records show Chuyen Vo of Huntington Beach on Friday pleaded not guilty to one count of murder in the death of 57-year-old Steven Chan.

Vo is due back in court on Nov. 22. Vo’s attorney Ed Welbourn had no comment.

Authorities say Vo stabbed Chan in a parking lot at California State University, Fullerton, in August. Chan retired from an administrative job at the college in 2017 but had returned this year to work as a consultant.

Police declined to discuss the relationship between the co-workers.

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