Genealogy testing and cold cases


BELOW FREEZING BY TOMORROW MORNING…. ONLY GETTING INTO THE MID 40S BY 10 A-M WITH SUNNY SKIES…. TEMPERATURES CONTINUE TO WARM THIS WEEK WITH SOME RAIN CHANCES RETURNING… WE’LL TALK MORE 3 COLEY MCCRANEY SITS BEHIND BARS TONIGHT IN DOTHAN… HE’S ACCUSED OF KILLING TWO TEENAGE GIRLS TWENTY YEARS AGO. INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY CAUGHT HIM WITH THE HELP OF D-N-A USED IN GENEALOGY. 3 THAT’S WHERE WE BEGIN TONIGHT,…..GOOD EVENING, I’M CONNER BOARD. AND I’M MIKE BLACK. LAW ENFORCEMENT IS RESHADDNA GENEALOGY KITS ARE BEING USED TO SOLVE HIGH-PROFILE COLD CASES, AND IT WAS THAT SAME TECHNOLOGY THAT HELPS POLICE CRACK A 20 YEAR OLD CASE HERE IN ALABAMA. nat pop 3 THESE SITES ARE BECOMING MORE AND MORE POPULAR FOR GENEALOGY AND THEY’RE ALSO HELPING POLICE SOLVE CRIMES.A DNA MATCH LEAD POLICE TO THIS MAN—-45 YEAR OLD COLEY MCCRANEY, WHOM THEY ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE MURDERS OF TRACIE HAWLETT AND J.B. BEASLEY 20 YEARS AGOsteve marshall, alabama attorney general 3 ATTORNEY GENERAL STEVE MARSHALL SAYS OZARK POLICE WHO USED SIMILAR TECHNOLOGY USED IN THE GOLDEN STATE KILLER CASE.steve marshall, alabama attorney general 3 THE AG TELL ME HE WANTS TO WORK WITH THE LEGISLATURE TO EQUIP LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH THESE DNA TECHNOLOGY , BECAUSE IT’S EXPENSIVE.steve marshall, alabama attorney general 3 RESHAD: THE AG SAYS THIS TECHNOLOGY IS NOT AN END TO SOLVING THESE CASES BUT A

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