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SUNY cellist, 21, was shot three times in drive-by attack by suspect

The 21-year-old SUNY student who died last week after being attacked at random was shot three times by her killer in a drive-by shooting, and tried to run to safety but collapsed. 

Beth Howell, 21, was standing outside the building where she practiced cello in Potsdam, upstate New York, on February 18, when she was shot by Michael J. Snow. 

Snow fired at her three times from his grey four-door sedan then fled. She was found outside by friends, having tried to run to safety but collapsed. Howell, whose family lives in Patterson, New York, died in the hospital later. 

Snow fled back to Massena, where he lives in a run-down house with a handful of other people including a man who was last week arrested for robbing the bank across the street. 

He was taken into custody on February 19 – his…

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