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.