When the police had arrive...
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...gh this homicide it is not enough to consider him guilty. The clothes that he was wearing did not have blood on it and there were no clothes found at the crime scene that had blood in it. The only evidence found at that time was the three hairs found on Tina’s body which did not match Chad Heins. There was that third fingerprint that did match the hair found on Tina’s body as well as several objects throughout the apartment. All of this should not have been enough to put Chad Heins in prison but it did and he ended up serving thirteen years incarcerated for a crime that he did not commit. It was only because of the technology that helped proved Chad Heins innocence. The DNA from the unknown male has been put into the database for known offenders but has not matched anyone yet. Although we do not know who did commit the crime we do know that Chad Heins did not do it.
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