||On May 15, 2013, a Huntington Bank in McKeesport, PA was robbed at knife point. The robber left on foot with $3,700 in cash.
||A blue shirt and a pair of jeans were recovered, discarded by the robber in the McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery while fleeing the crime scene.
||The Allegheny County crime lab developed DNA mixture data from this biological evidence. There was DNA from at least three people on each of the clothing items.
||The crime lab's manual inclusion analysis of the DNA mixtures could not produce a match statistic much beyond a hundred thousand.
||On the same DNA data, the computer separated the mixtures into their genetic components. TrueAllele connected Mr. Lumberger to the blue shirt with a match statistic of 117 quintillion, and to the jeans pockets with a statistic of 1.82 quadrillion.
||On December 2, 2014, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the Allegheny County trial before the Honorable Joseph Williams, III about the DNA match statistics in this case.
||Lumberger was found guilty of two counts of robbery, and other charges. He was sentenced to 10 to 20 years in state prison on the felony one robbery conviction.