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From USA Today-An analysis of DNA obtained from pieces of the detonated Boston Marathon explosives found no matches to the widow of dead suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev or to either of the suspects, a law enforcement official said Friday.
(CBS News) There is new focus in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation on the widow of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Investigators have identified female DNA on a fragment of one of the bombs used in Boston. It’s not clear what that means — the DNA could have come from an injured spectator, or perhaps from a clerk who sold the materials used in the bombs. But, there’s also a chance, it could lead the FBI to a female accomplice.
(Florence, Ky.) – Newly released DNA evidence in the murder of a woman at a Florence business shows her DNA was present, but unidentified DNA at the scene does not belong to the prime suspect.
David Dooley, 38, of Burlington, is accused in the murder of Michelle Mockbee. The 43-year-old was found murdered at Thermo Fisher Scientific in Florence in May of 2012.
In the aftermath of yesterday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, investigators are working a 12-block crime scene to determine what kind of bomb was used and what kind of bomber—domestic or international—planned the attack. What sort of forensic evidence do explosions leave behind?
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.