Archives for December 2014

The 2014 Review

The 2014 Review just got in! Some details from the report: This blog was viewed about 190,000 times in 2014 (that is double from 2013!) The busiest day of the year was December 15th with 7,722 views. The most popular post that day was In search of Jane, Grant and Arnna In 2014, there were […]

Season’s Greetings

This season of festivities and joy is bitter-sweet knowing that some loved ones are missing from our table. Some families lost their loved ones and had hoped to get some answers this year. Some did, yes. But progress is slow and there is no telling which cases will get answers in the New Year. I wish […]

The M-Vac System

The M-Vac System is a wet-vacuum based forensic DNA collection device that is helping investigators solve more crime. It has been used on dozens of cases and has produced DNA profiles many times when traditional methods such as swabbing and cutting have failed to produce viable results. It is ideal for touch DNA scenarios, and can […]

The December Killings

The December Killings always give me pause. During this month, we lost Maria Ridulph, Shawn K. Simmons, Officer Deriek Crouse, Kimberly Ann Thompson went missing, Leo Resk, and Gregory McRoberts was killed in a hit-and-run. Michelle Martinko was murdered, Eric Beasley was killed, and Amber, Karmon, and Kameron Willingham died during the accidental fire that led to their father’s wrongful execution. Patty Vaughan […]