Blood in dining area

On the night of March 4, 2014, LBPD homicide detectives placed an evidence marker near a pair of shoes that the victim’s husband had worn. Just inches from the marker, blood evidence can be seen on a chair. However, the detectives failed to make note of the blood, and did not test for blood anywhere in the house during their search that night.

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