||On November 9, 2014, two men broke into the home of
three Indiana University women and raped two of
them at gunpoint. The third roommate hid in a
closet and called police. The two
intruders shot at the officers and
then fled the scene.
||Two guns, the victims’ cell phones, and a pair of sunglasses were collected as evidence.
||The Indiana State Police lab developed DNA data from the collected items.
||Due to low levels of DNA, the lab’s manual analysis was unable to draw any conclusions about the crime scene.
||TrueAllele connected Glazebrook to the handguns with DNA match statistics in the tens of millions. The computer connected both victims to the weapons with numbers ranging from millions to quintillions.
||In February 2018, TrueAllele was admitted into court
following a Daubert hearing. On that afternoon,
Dr.Mark Perlin testified before a Monroe county jury.
||The jury found Glazebrook guilty of attempted murder,
rape, and armed robbery. He was sentenced to
125 and a half years in prison.