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Prosecutor credits 2015 law with leading to arrest in southeast Michigan murder

Monroe County Prosecutor William Nichols says the 2015 law that allows police to collect DNA from a suspect after an arrest led them to Daniel
Clay.

July 27th 2016

MONROE COUNTY, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - 

A Michigan prosecutor says a new law helped to crack a disappearance in the southeastern part of the state.Monroe County Prosecutor William Nichols says the 2015 law that allows police to collect DNA from a suspect after an arrest led them to Daniel Clay.

He's now charged with the murder of 22-year-old Chelsea Bruck after she disappeared from a Halloween party in 2014.Nichols says police took Clay's DNA earlier this year when he was arrested for stealing tattoo equipment.State police say that matched DNA found on Bruck's Halloween costume.

http://wwmt.com/news/state/prosecutor-credits-2015-law-with-leading-to-arrest-in-southeast-michigan-murder

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