||On July 4, 2014, Matthew Drake was shot seven times in the head on the streets of Baltimore.
||A hat was recovered from the crime scene.
||Examining the hat, the Baltimore City crime lab found a DNA mixture of four unknown people.
||The mixture data was too complex for conventional analysis to find identification information.
||Separating the mixture data, TrueAllele connected the hat to Omar McGee with a match statistic in the trillions.
||On June 6, 2016, Cybergenetics Dr. Mark Perlin testified about the TrueAllele results in the historic Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse.
||The jury convicted McGee of first-degree murder and other charges. The gang-involved killer was sentenced to life in prison, plus 20 years.