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Law Enforcement Officials Say Family DNA Helped Solve A Crime

Law Enforcement Officials Say Family DNA Helped Solve A Crime

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Investigators credit the use of family DNA to solve a crime in the Williamsburg area. As a result, a man convicted of sexual assault is heading to prison. Tyrone Lamont Holloway of Marion, South Carolina was convicted of raping a woman from Hungary. Holloway was sentenced to 33 years in prison. The victim worked at Busch Gardens, which is in James City County.

 

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