Suspected Murderer In Cold Case Pleads Not Guilty
Posted 30 April 2012 - 12:27 AM
According to Sergeant Weisenberg of the Oakland Police Department, the coroner also noted that the girls vaginal area had sustained injury. Elhiney’s clothing, that she had been wearing at the time, was processed by the Oakland Police Departments criminalistics team and reportedly there was enough DNA evidence to charge Tucker. Alameda County District Attorney’s office charged Tucker with a “special circumstance allegation of committing murder while carrying out lewd and lascivious acts on a child and committing a murder during a robbery,” and with a prior conviction regarding a 1972 second-degree commercial burglary.
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