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47 year old man accused of larceny will face DNA testing in Kansas.

Mar 7, 2017 - Legal Monitor Worldwide

After indictment DNA testing happens for a homicide and rape case in Kansas. For the lawsuit of a larceny in Johnson County robbery case the Kansas Supreme Court ruled to do DNA testing on Friday.

The offender was accused of violent larceny, and violent assault. The offender is 47 year old Jack LaPointe. The crime was done on the October 30, 2000. The larceny was at a Payless Shoe Source in a Roeland Park strip mall. The larceny was done with a sawed-off shotgun and he took $1,000.


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