DNA from tissue in trash led to arrest in Golden State Killer case, records show

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Send from a year earlier slightly faster annual rate than the previous month the report suggest nearly nine year old economic expansion the second longest on record remains on track employers appear to be shrugging off recent concerns about global trade disputes sore spot jeremy house court records show dna from a tissue left at a trash can lead to arrest a former california police officers suspected of being the golden state killer the documents released friday about the arrest of seventy two year old joseph di angelo detail the case that sacramento county sheriff's investigators piece together to obtain an arrest warrant in april superior court judge michael sweet says not all the information in the golden state killer case will be made public knowledge and comprise sensitive investigative material publicly reveal with hinder the investigation and jeopardize any potential prosecution both gators linked to the killings by plugging dna conducted from a semen sample at one of the crime seems into eighteen illogical website this is townhall dot com you're looking.

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