||In August 2014, Frank Thomas Jr. fired into the night while being chased by Syracuse city police.
||A handgun was recovered from the scene.
||The Onondaga County Center for Forensic Science laboratory developed a DNA mixture that contained five people.
||The lab's mixture analysis could not produce a match statistic from the handgun's DNA mixture data.
||Cybergenetics analyzed the DNA data. The computer's match statistic of (roughly) a trillion connected the gun to Thomas.
||On March 2, 2016, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the Syracuse trial about the TrueAllele handgun evidence.
||Thomas was convicted of criminal weapon possession and menacing a police officer. He was sentenced to 15 1/2 to 18 1/2 years in prison.