FBI, Dogs Aid La. Murder Probe
Sep. 20, 2002
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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) _ Police brought in three bloodhounds and several FBI agents from around the country Thursday to help their investigation of the slayings of three Baton Rouge women.
The dogs are ``an investigative tool to gather more information and to develop more leads,'' East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff's Lt. Darrell O'Neal said. He wouldn't offer further details.
Police said the agents would remain in Baton Rouge with the dogs for three days and would provide further details on Friday.
DNA evidence linked the murders of Gina Wilson Green, Charlotte Murray Pace and Pam Kinamore to one man. Police won't say if they have a suspect.
Green, 41, was found strangled in her home Sept. 24. Pace, 22, was found stabbed to death May 31. Kinamore, 44, was abducted from her home July 12. Her throat was slit and her body dumped about 30 miles away from Baton Rouge.