New genetic technology can help solve a decades-old killer issue

EUGENE, Ore. (KOIN) – Police in Eugene, Oregon have unleashed a series of cold-blooded cases involving three murdered women in the 1980s, thanks to a genetic predisposition.

A.D. John Charles Bolsinger, born September 17, 1957, is suspected of killing 62-year-old Gladys May Hensley. For several days. Investigations confirmed that she had been killed the previous day.

Bollinger has been identified using the new technology – along with numerous surveillance and additional evidence, Eugene said.

“Police have not been able to locate the suspect but the similarity of the murder and the evidence at the scene link the suspect to two more murders, one of which occurred the same month and in February 1988,” Eugene police said.

Eugene Police Department has released this image announcing that a series of deadly cold cases have been resolved. (Recognized by Eugene Police)

Hensley’s assassination was linked to the June 19, 1986, murder of Janice Marie Dickinson.

Dickinson was found dead in the back of a car dealership at the age of 33.

Investigators added: “She was naked and sexually assaulted. “Her death is a heinous crime.”

Bolingser was involved in the February 28, 1988, murder of Geraldine Spencer Tuhe by Oregon State Police. Tohey, a 73-year-old white woman, was found dead in her home in Eugene.

According to police, Tohe was sexually assaulted during the “horrific murder” in which she died.

Law enforcement officials added that a number of interested people have been prepared for the DNA comparison. All three cases did not have strong leadership.

A.D. In 2016, new technology was introduced from Parabon Nano Labs, based on DNA data, according to EPD officials, taking into account the physical characteristics of individuals.

“This service, a snapshot, was hired in this case by Eugene Police investigators in September 2017. The details were released by the EPD in 2018. Investigators hoped it would generate new leadership in the case,” law enforcement officials said. The Crime Unit has set up a special reporting line for the cases, with more than 100 recommendations made by VC investigators, but all the names provided have been deleted by the suspects.

In May 2018, Parabon Nano Labs began generating genetic gene, police said.

The service was used by detectives in the criminal case of four suspects, including Bolsinger. Investigators say Bollinger died on March 23, 1988, in Springfield, Oregon.

“VC investigators established a timeline for John Bolsinger from 1975-1988. While establishing this timeline, VCU investigators were arrested in 1980 for murder in Salt Lake City, Utah and finally sentenced to five years in prison before moving to Springfield, Oregon on March 7, 1986. “They know,” said police. “About three months later, Gladys Hensley was found murdered. Two weeks later, Janice Dickinson was found dead.

Investigators also learned that Bolsinger was arrested on September 26, 1986, by the Springfield Police Department. When they arrived, they learned that a woman had heard a woman screaming and that the suspect had fled. The victim told police she was at home and had trouble sleeping.

“She heard a strange noise in the kitchen, so she went to check. All interior lights are off. There was a light outside on the back sliding door. She saw a suspect looking out of the kitchen window. ” Police said. “She saw the slider open the window and the suspect went in and picked up the bracket on the slide.

Investigators added, “He stopped for a moment and approached her. She started screaming as the suspect tried to pull the phone out of her hand. She started hitting the suspect with her phone and battery.

Later, the suspect, a Balsingger, escaped through the kitchen window. He left Vest and the knife down.

EPD Bolsinger says he ran away from the police but was arrested by SPD K9 officer and K9. Bolsinger said he knocked on the door twice and left unanswered.

(Pictured above are three victims of Bolsinger’s murder, by Eugene Police Department.)

When asked more, he said he had a memory problem.

Bollinger was later indicted by the Oregon Department of Corrections and sentenced to five years in prison. He was transferred to the Utah State Prison on August 4, 1987, by the Oregon Department of Corrections.

According to police, Bolsinger remained in Utah State Prison until December 8, 1987, on parole. Three days later, he enrolled at Len Community College for the 1988 summer.

A.D. On February 28, 1988, Tuhe was found murdered in her home.

In less than a month, Bolsinger was found dead at his home in Springfield.

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