"We are cooperating with the local sheriffs agency and the Georgia Bureau of investigation in regards to this matter on our farm," Hudson said on Wednesday.
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It was the one piece of evidence that investigators really zeroed in on during the initial search for Grinstead and what may have happened to her. it was a single latex glove found adjacent to her house in the yard. After a test, there was trace DNA evidence found in the glove.
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Taking a closer look at the evidence investigators gathered back in 2005, Mittelstadt said, while DNA testing can take several months, they may have accelerated some testing between the latex glove and Duke’s DNA, since the GBI controls the state’s crime lab.
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Jason Quate appears in court on June 9, 2017, in Las Vegas. Quate has been jailed in Las Vegas on suspicion of sex trafficking and on Friday he and his wife were charged with concealing the death of their daughter.The parents of a 6-year-old girl whose body was found in a vacant garage of an abandoned Illinois home were charged Friday in Illinois with concealing a homicidal death.Jason Quate appears in court on June 9, 2017, in Las Vegas. Quate has been jailed in Las Vegas on suspicion of sex trafficking and on Friday he and his wife were charged with concealing the death of their daughter.The charges came on the same day Jason Quate was told he'll remain jailed without bail in Las Vegas, where he is accused of forcing his wife into prostitution and abusing their two other daughters.The child's body was found Tuesday morning after a woman in Las Vegas called police and said her daughter's body was in a garage behind a vacant home in Centreville, Ill. Police believe the child was killed in 2013 in nearby Belleville, Ill. An autopsy performed Friday was unable to determine the cause of death.Quate wasn't asked to enter a plea, but his court-appointed attorney, Katrina Ross, said outside court that he will plead not guilty. Ross declined to comment about evidence in the case.Quate stood in shackles and answered, "Yes, sir," when a local judge asked if he understood he was charged with felony sex trafficking and living from the earnings of a prostitute.Coroner Calvin Dye Sr. in St. Clair County, Ill., said Friday the child's body was too decomposed for an autopsy to immediately determine how she died. He said further testing will be necessary on the bones, and results may not be known for a couple of weeks.