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Criminal Investigator’s Mistakes Could Jeopardize Dozens of Cases


Criminal Investigator’s Mistakes

A Houston crime scene investigator has recently been scrutinized for multiple errors relating to criminal cases. Justin McGee is a Houston police officer who has just returned back to patrol. He’s been linked to issues with key evidence from 65 violent crimes, including 26 homicides and six child deaths since 2015. McGee has been reported to…
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15,000 Pieces of Evidence Damaged at the Houston Police Department


Evidence Damaged at the Houston Police Department

The Houston Police Department is reviewing thousands of pieces of evidence after a sprinkler mishap on Tuesday. Officials stated that thousands of evidentiary items have been affected and linked to over 4,000 cases. This has caused local defense attorneys to assess their cases for compromised evidence. Tyler Flood who manages gave a statement “It could…
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HPD Evidence May Be Water Damaged


HPD Evidence May Be Water Damaged

In October, reports have stated a sprinkler was set off in the freezer of the Houston Police Department’s property room. Property rooms are used by law enforcement to protect and store important evidence. The freezer in particular is used to hold valuable biological and toxicological evidence such as DWI tests. Now, officers are working to…
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HPD Sprinkler Damaged 15,000 Pieces of Evidence


HPD Sprinkler Damaged

The Houston Police Department is facing another dilemma after a sprinkler mishap has caused nearly 15,000 pieces to be reexamined for water damage. This is just after more than 100 cases were dismissed after evidence was found to be destroyed in Precinct 4. HPD officials are looking into the sprinkler malfunction but hasn’t found any…
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Destroyed Evidence Leads to 140 Dismissed Cases


Destroyed Evidence

Recently compromised evidence has led the dismissal of over 140 mostly drug-related cases by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. All dismissed cases have been tied back to a Harris County Precinct 4 deputy, who disposed of evidence by mistake. Now, investigators are reviewing all cases linked to the destroyed evidence dating back to 2007….
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