||On Halloween night in 2016, a mother and son were shot and killed during a home invasion and attempted robbery.
||A Ruger pistol and magazine were collected as evidence.
||The Pennsylvania State Police crime lab created DNA mixture data from the weapon.
||Due to an insufficient quantity of data, the lab was not able to fully interpret the mixtures.
||The computer found that a match between the pistol and another defendant was 33.9 million times more probable than coincidence. There was no statistical support for a match between the weapon and defendant Rawls.
||On April 2, 2019, DNA analyst Jennifer Hornyak testified before a Lycoming County jury about the TrueAllele results. The exclusionary match results to Rawls corroborated other testimony.
||On April 5, 2019, Mr. Rawls was found guilty of criminal homicide, robbery, and weapons possession charges.