|Posted on Sunday, January 14, 2007 - 8:50 am: |
Dan Peterson of Phoenix was arrested last week for the 1986 murder of Tiffany Hambleton of Salt lake City. The incident sounds (to me) very much like the work of someone who probably would not stop at just one attack. During the autopsy in 1986, detectives and coroners inexplicably failed to perform a rape analysis or a stomach-content analysis on Hambleton's body. So far, not much information is out about the suspect. I would be very much surprised if this was a one time occurrence for the attacker.
|Posted on Friday, January 19, 2007 - 1:45 pm: |
This thread was D.O.A.
Tom, delete at your convenience.
|Posted on Friday, January 19, 2007 - 1:50 pm: |
Shocking that they didn't do forensic tests when they found her. Amazing that they were able to find DNA on the exhumed body, 29 years later, to link her to her killer.
Once again, here was a closed case, a murder no less, and it took ongoing pressure and a change of leaders in office before it was reopened and solved.