||On June 8, 2011, the Oakton, VA BB&T Bank was robbed at
gunpoint. The assailant fled the scene and was pursued by police
into Washington, D.C., where he was
||A cane was recovered from the crime scene. The touch DNA contained at least three people.
||Virginia's Department of Forensic Science developed DNA data
from the evidence item.
||The lab's manual analysis did not generate a match statistic.
||On the same DNA data, the computer's statistic connecting the cane with Edward Martin Andrews was 91.7 sextillion.
||On October 24, 2011, Dr. Mark Perlin testified at the trial about the computer's DNA match statistic in this case.
||Mr. Andrew was convicted of bank robbery and firearm charges. He was sentenced to 92 years in prison.