||On February 6, 2014, Susan Wolfe (44) and her younger sister Sarah (38) were killed in their East Liberty home in Pittsburgh.
||DNA was recovered from Susan Wolfe's fingernails, articles of clothing, and other items found at multiple locations.
||The county crime laboratory developed DNA data from a dozen items sent to Cybergenetics for statistical analysis.
||The lab’s manual analysis of this data did not provide full DNA match information.
||On the same DNA data, the computer connected Susan Wolfe’s right hand fingernails to defendant Wade with a match statistic of six trillion. TrueAllele® connected Wade to other items, including a hat left at the sisters' home from a burglary committed weeks before the murders.
||On May 12, 2016, Dr. Mark Perlin testified in the Allegheny County courthouse about the TrueAllele match results.
||On May 23, the jury convicted Wade on all counts. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole.