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Charges laid in cold case of sexual assault because of DNA

By Brandigal (Donna)     Apr 27, 2007 in Crime
Police have cracked a cold case of sexual assault because of DNA sample.
Johnny Michael Dyck, 34, was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual assault and criminal negligence causing bodily harm from a crime that happened December, 2004. He will appear in court May 30th.
A 23 year old waitress was found unconscious in an alley with life threatening injuries the morning of December 27th, 2004 in Edmonton by a person passing by. She suffered severe frost bite and had to have several treatments to treat it.
Police were called and a forensic examination was done where DNA was collected. The DNA matches the accused.
DNA is helping to catch criminals and prove without a doubt that they were there.
Glad they got him off the streets. Who knows how many others he attacked since then.
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