Controversial Collection of Arrestees’ DNA Solves Cases

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Because Ohio is one of at least 32 states that allow police to take DNA samples from people as soon as they are arrested for a felony and enter them into a national database, Indiana authorities were able to crack a big murder case recently, Stateline reports. “We had no leads,” said Todd Meyer, prosecutor . . .

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