Georgia Has Its 2000 DNA Database Hit
Filed under Testing on 9/10/2010 by Author: .

On September 2, 2010 the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced that it made its 2000th hit in its DNA Database.  The unlucky robber's blood was found at a pizza parlor that he tried to rob in October 2008.  Nathaniel Lee Bennett put a garbage bag over his head with two holes cut out.  Armed with a stick, he tried to take cash from an employee when another employee hit him over the head with a mop handle.  Shedding blood, the man ran away and his DNA was subsequently entered into the DNA Database producing the latest hit.

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