New Law Requires Police in Michigan to Collect More DNA

DNA CollectorEffective July 1, police agencies in Michigan are taking DNA from people arrested for any felony or three misdemeanors. A new law will have police across the state taking DNA swabs more frequently.
The samples will be collected for a database that can be used by law enforcement agencies statewide.
“What they’re trying to do is increase and solve a lot of cases,” Isabella County Sheriff Leo Mioduszewski said.

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