Sep. 21: New Haven Police Chief James Lewis announces that police have wrapped up their investigation of the slaying of Annie Le. Police are not expecting more arrests.

Sep. 18: Annie Le's body is sent home to California. Her family prepares for her funeral service at Holy Trinity Church in El Dorado Hills, Calif.

Sep. 17: Police arrest Raymond Clark III at a Cromwell motel and charged him with murdering Yale graduate student Annie Le.

Sep. 16: Police release Raymond Clark III, 24, a Yale University lab technician, after detaining him to acquire DNA samples. The medical examiner's office says Annie Le died from "traumatic asphyxiation due to neck compression."

Sep. 15: Police enter Clark's Middletown apartment at 10:16 p.m. and detain him.

Sep. 14: The medical examiner's office identifies the remains as Yale graduate student Annie Le. Yale holds a candlelight vigil.

Sep. 13: Human remains are found in the Yale medical building at 10 Amistad St. on the day Le was scheduled to be married.

Sep. 12: Investigators recover bloody clothing discovered above a ceiling tile. They also search a trash facility in Hartford.

Sep. 11: Yale offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to Le's whereabouts.

Sep. 8: Le was last recorded entering the medical building at 10 a.m. Le's roommate later reports her missing.