||In 2012, a police search of Mr. Hopkins’ girlfriend’s car found a shoebox with weapons.
||Two handguns and pair of shoes were in the box.
||The Pennsylvania State Police generated data from the shoes and the guns
||The lab included the suspect’s DNA on the shoes. But they could not compare the suspect and guns due to the evidence data complexity.
||On the same DNA data, the computer connected the revolvers with Hopkins. The match statistics were 20.1 trillion and 4.77 million.
||On April 16 2019, analyst Dr. David Bauer testified at the Williamsport trial about the DNA evidence.
||The jury could not reach a unanimous verdict.