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People of New York v Noah Hunter

TrueAllele handgun analysis leads to gang leader conviction

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