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article imageDNA Evidence Led to the Arrest of a 49-year-old Serial Killer

By John Louie S. Ramos     Sep 8, 2009 in Crime
A 48-year-old unnamed man was arrested in connection with the 1986 murder of seven women, including six suspected prostitutes.
Police spokeswoman Anne E. Schwartz, however, did not confirmed any arrest. Telling media including Fox News that they simply sent an "invitation" to a "person of interest."
However, a police news conference Monday evening confirmed the arrest. Police Chief Edward Flynn and Milwaukee County district attorney John Chisholm announced that the development in the 21-year-old crime was fueled by certain DNA evidence that links the death of those seven women to one person.
According to the police, the victims were six black women aged between 19 and 41 and a white 16-year-old runaway. Their bodies were found in a small area at Milwaukee's northern part.
DNA technology suggested that the same person killed six of the women and had sex with the seventh.
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