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Orlando Braces for Rain and Cooler Temperatures Tonight Cold Case Solved: DNA and Fingerprint Evidence Leads to Arrests in 30-Year-Old Louisiana Baby Murder Case

After 30 years, a cold case in Louisiana has been solved thanks to advanced technology and preserved evidence.

The case involves the discovery of a newborn baby found dead inside a dumpster in 1992.

With the help of DNA profiles and fingerprints, detectives were able to identify the infant’s parents, 50-year-olds Andrew Carey and Inger Johansen, who were living in Louisiana at the time of the child’s death.

They are now facing first-degree murder charges, which can carry the death penalty.

Despite her client’s arrest, Carey’s lawyer claims that he doesn’t believe she committed any crime and that the evidence discovered tends to exonerate her.

However, neighbors of Carey believe that justice should be served no matter how long ago the crime was committed.

The Picayune Police Department and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations detectives reopened the investigation into the death of the newborn baby.

The police department posted a detailed post on Facebook thanking everyone involved in the investigation and bringing closure to this case.

The community is relieved that the case has been solved and justice has been served.

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