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Category Archives: Cold Cases
Robert Breest had the chance to walk out of prison on parole, after spending nearly half his life there — if he admitted to committing a 1971 murder. But the former Lowell carpenter, now 75, steadfastly refused.
LAFAYETTE — Evidence expert Carolyn Booker testified Thursday that DNA collected from Christine Dupuis Wood’s body in July 1989 provided overwhelming proof that Daniel Joseph Harmon had sex with her before she was strangled and shot three times in the head.
In his wheelchair, Harmon, 44, listened to testimony Thursday, the third day of his second-degree murder trial. He was 20 and a neighbor of Wood in the Marigny Circle area of the parish, west of Lafayette, when Wood was killed in her bedroom and her body set on fire.
Topeka — The Kansas Bureau of Investigation expects to have results early next month from tests on DNA from the two men executed for the 1959 murders inspiring Truman Capote’s classic book, “In Cold Blood,” to see whether they are linked to decades-old killings in Florida, a top KBI official said Thursday.
CHEYENNE — Additional DNA testing in a 24-year-old Wyoming rape case shows a match to the man who was the victim’s fiance at the time, rather than the man who is in prison serving a life sentence for the crime.
GRENOBLE, France — French police are collecting DNA samples of detectives and medical staff who worked on the Alp murder of a British-Iraqi family to exclude their DNA from the case after an expert accidentally contaminated crime-scene material, a prosecutor said Saturday.
TAMPA – Sam Little’s rap sheet details all sorts of crimes in 24 states spanning more than half a decade.
But, even authorities are stunned the 72-year-old former boxer spent less than 10 years in prison. They said that ends now. DNA just linked him to three cold cases in California. Detectives across the nation are now being asked to take another look at unsolved homicides, including here in Florida