||In July 2015, Schenectady police were conducting traffic stops, when a man unexpectedly fled from his vehicle, dropping a loaded handgun in his wake.
||Police collected the discarded gun from the scene.
||The New York State Police crime lab developed DNA mixture data from the frame and magazine of the gun.
||Due to the complexity and low levels of the DNA, the lab could not draw any conclusions from the data.
||On the same DNA data, the computer connected the frame and magazine to Noah Hunter, a suspected local gang leader, with match statistics of 363 trillion and 19.8 billion, respectively.
||On July 7, 2017, Jennifer Hornyak from Cybergenetics testified at the trial in Schenectady, NY about the computer DNA match statistics.
||On July 10, 2017, Noah Hunter was found guilty of all charges.