Police find possible DNA match in cold case
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Tuesday, October 21
Police believe they have solved a 10-year-old cold case last week after using DNA evidence to find the man accused of raping a woman in Marietta in 1994, said Officer David Baldwin, spokesman for Marietta police. Terrence Terrell Beavers was charg...

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