DNA Evidence Identifies Missing Michigan Woman In Georgia And Her Murderer 33 Years Later

Authorities in Atlanta used DNA testing to identify a Michigan woman who went missing in Georgia and her apparent murderer, solving a 33-year-old cold case. Henry Fredrick “Hoss” Wise, who died in 1999, was named as the killer of Stacey Lyn Chahorski after authorities used a living relative’s DNA to verify his DNA found at the crime scene. WXIA’s Kaitlyn Ross reports.

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