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Steve Branch, 66, of Austin, Arkansas was identified as a suspect in May of this year through the use of forensic genealogy, a technique that uses public genealogy databases to find potential matches to DNA collected at crime scenes.
One of the teens spotted a paper inside the box that identified the item as an “RPG.” They just couldn’t believe it was real. Nevertheless, they delivered it to troopers. That’s when they discovered it was indeed the real thing, apparently stolen off someone’s front porch, where FedEx had delivered it.
The minutes and points were both season highs for Hebard, a West Valley High School graduate and University of Oregon star who is in her rookie season. The Sky chose selected her at No. 8 in the league’s April draft.
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