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JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – A Maryland man pleaded guilty on Thursday to kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl who, in 1999, after DNA evidence and fingerprint technology to help solve the decades-old crime.
Timothy D. Nelson, Jr., a 50-year-old insurance analyst, pleaded guilty in Johnstown, Pa. the federal court of justice, and agreed to a deal that will probably condemn him to 30 years in prison.
FILE name: AN appeal hearing for Timothy D. Nelson, is scheduled for Thursday, July 25, 2019 at the latest, at the Syracuse federal court house.
(Pennsylvania State Police via AP)
Nelson admitted that he abducted the girl’s in Cairnbrook, Pa., — about 70 miles south of Pittsburgh — and then took it home with him to West Virginia, and abused her, WJAC-TV reported.
His attorney, Lyle Dresbold, said Nelson, to feel remorse, and wants to express in his condemnation of the following month.
DNA, GENETIC GENEALOGY, WILL HELP EXONERATE AN INNOCENT MAN OF THE MURDER, AND FOR THE FIRST TIME
FBI agent Robert Jones told reporters that the child is helped investigators recover a discarded paper bags and tissue paper that will eventually be linked Nelson to the crime. He said that investigators recovered a partial latent fingerprints, which are consistent with those of Nelson, where they were put through the FBI’s Next Generation biometric Identification database in the past year.
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“We brought Timothy Nelson, Jr. and the judiciary,” said the chief Prosecutor of the u.s. by Scott Brady, and after the hearing. “And with that, we were able to find some degree of closure and finality — and, yes, you have the freedom to make such a courageous young woman.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.