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Hundreds of Forensic Documents Released in Riess Murder Case

Hundreds of Forensic Documents Released in Riess Murder Case

August 09, 2018 12:31 PM

(ABC 6 News) - The State Attorney's Office in Lee County Florida has released hundreds of pages of forensic documents in the murder case against Lois Riess.
 
The over 1,600 documents were released including photos from inside Pamela Hutchinson's rented condominium.
 
DNA evidence was collected from the kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
 
Investigators also collected a .22 caliber handgun, a 9-millimeter pistol as well as ammunition from Hutchinson's car, which was located in Texas when Riess was arrested in April.
 
Riess allegedly killed her husband, David, in Blooming Prairie before going on the run.
 
Police allege Riess met Hutchinson at a Fort Meyers Beach bar and killed her to assume her identity.
 
A Florida Grand Jury indicted Riess for 1st-Degree Murder with a Firearm.  The prosecutor said he will pursue the death penalty.
 
So far no charges in Dodge County have been filed against her.

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