||On April 13, 2006, Blairsville, PA dentist Dr. John Yelenic was brutally murdered in his home. His estranged wife's live-in boyfriend, Pennsylvania state trooper Kevin Foley, was the main suspect.
||A small amount of DNA was found under the victim's fingernails.
||The FBI's crime lab developed DNA mixture data from the evidence item.
||The lab's manual analysis found a match statistic of 13 thousand between the fingernail and Kevin Foley.
||On the same data, the computer's statistic connecting the fingernail with Mr. Foley was 189 billion. Following a Frye hearing, TrueAllele was admitted into evidence.
||On March 12, 2009, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the homicide trial in Indiana, PA about the computer's DNA match statistic.
||Kevin Foley was convicted of first degree murder. He was sentenced to life in prison. The appellate opinion established a TrueAllele Pennsylvania precedent.