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Cybergenetics analyzes drug packet DNA in Pennsylvania guilty plea
Drugs and a firearm were found in a Montgomery County, PA home associated with heroin deals. A local lab developed DNA data from the drug packets and gun, but was unable make comparisons with the suspects. On the same data, TrueAllele® computing connected the items with Rasheed Farrelle, with some match statistics in the trillions. Farrelle entered a guilty plea. "The defendant would not have pled guilty but for the work you were able to do," Assistant District Attorney Laura Bradbury told Cybergenetics.