No blood found in evidence collected in missing teen case
|Updated: 6/05/2012 4:07 pm
||Published: 6/05/2012 4:03 pm
PINE BLUFF, AR - Pine Bluff Police say the evidence submitted to the state crime lab in the missing person’s case of Cleashindra Hall tested negative for blood.
Now, analysts will forward the evidence to another department at the lab to check for DNA.
Detectives raided the home of Dr. Larry Amos on March 29. Hall worked for Amos at the home.
Investigators removed four items out of the home but would not specify what they are.
The evidence did not make it to the state crime lab until last month, just hours after Chief Brenda Davis Jones told the Hall Family she checked on the evidence weekly but had not heard anything about it from the state crime lab.
An internal investigation is underway to determine the reason for the delay.
Hall vanished in 1994.
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