Daily Archives: September 1, 2010

Skulls in K’taka village surprises experts

The Mangalorean India
Hubli, Aug 31 : Experts from geology and forensic science departments are still clueless over the finding of over 50 skulls while the municipal workers were digging a drainage in Annigeri town in Dharwad district on Saturday. The skeletons were buried in a very systematic manner.

These skulls were found near Agasi Oni of the town while working on excavation. But what surprised the experts were that limbs were missing while only skulls were placed in a row four feet below the ground surface.

Defense Questions DNA Evidence In Actress’ Slaying

KETV Omaha
OMAHA, Neb. — Prosecutors said DNA evidence points to the suspect accused in the slaying of a well-known Omaha actress, though defense attorneys claim that evidence is untrustworthy.

The suspect, Patrick Bauldwin, was Pasinetta Prince’s former boyfriend at the time of her death. Police said the relationship was volatile.

Prosecutor wants DNA tests in Alyssa Bustamante murder case

The Columbia Daily Tribune
The Cole County prosecutor is asking a judge to approve DNA testing on a knife blade, knife handle and jeans related to the murder charges pending against 16-year-old Alyssa Bustamante.

Suspect in Fort Worth teen’s 1984 slaying arrested on DNA evidence


FORT WORTH — Sharon Hayden Harvey keeps reminders of her daughter, Ginger Lynn Hayden, all around her.
The senior picture of the Arlington Heights High School graduate graces the bookcase in her Decatur living room.

Three Decade Old Murder Mystery Solved Using DNA

Riverside County sheriff’s homicide detectives solved the 1977 murder of a Rubidoux bartender by submitting hair found clenched in the victim’s hand to a private laboratory in Texas for DNA testing, a sheriff’s sergeant said Tuesday.

The DNA test showed that the hair belonged to Frank Wright, who died in 2002 from complications related to alcohol abuse at the age of 50, said Sgt. Scott Brown of the Riverside County sheriff’s Central Homicide Unit.