evidence http://kcur.org en Mechanics Of Serial Crime Bust Surface Decades After http://kcur.org/post/mechanics-serial-crime-bust-surface-decades-after <p class="legacy-audio-url"> <div class="audio-container"> <div id="jp-interface-5354c818a51db-" class="jp-interface"> <div id="post-audio-5354c818a51db-" class="jp-player" jp-instance="5354c818a51db-"></div> <div class="jp-controls column"> <div class="jp-progress"> <div class="jp-seek-bar"> <div class="jp-play-bar"></div> </div> </div><!-- end jp-progress --> </div><!-- end jp-controls --> <div class="playpause column"> <a href="http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/kcur/local-kcur-904811.mp3" class="jp-play">Listen</a> <a class="jp-pause"></a> </div><!-- playpause --> <div class="jp-time-holder column"> <div class="jp-custom-current-time"></div> <div class="jp-custom-duration"></div> </div><!-- jp-time-holder --> <div id="slider"></div> </div><!-- .jp-interface --> </div><!-- container --> </p> <p>Kansas City, Mo. – Modern DNA technology was unheard of in the 1970s as police in two Missouri cities struggled to find and stop a man who was attacking women. KCUR news has learned it was a mainstay of crime detection that led investigators in one town to help counterparts in the other. The common denominator is the man now charged in 1980s attacks around Kansas City's Waldo District.</p> Fri, 28 May 2010 22:46:16 +0000 Dan Verbeck 6669 at http://kcur.org