QUANTICO, Va. - Anthony R. Taglianetti II showed up for work in Virginia on Monday and abruptly resigned. By Friday, he was in police custody, the primary suspect in the murder of Clymer Superintendent Keith Reed Jr.
According to a former co-worker, Taglianetti told colleagues he had accepted a contractor position making $10,000 a year more than his current job. Taglianetti also said he was "looking forward to bigger and better things" when he arrived to work at the Oral History branch of Marine Corps University in Quantico, Va., on Tuesday to collect his belongings.
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