Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Fort Wayne Police and Indiana State Police detectives had John D. Miller under surveillance at his mobile home in the 13700 block of Main Street in Grabill. Contrary to some of the poster's theories, he lived alone.On July 6, police secretly collected trash from Miller’s residence which included three used condoms. Indiana State Police Laboratory analyzed for DNA. On July 9, Indiana State Police lab confirmed that the DNA profile extracted from the condoms in Miller’s trash matched the DNA profiles of the condoms found in 2004 and the DNA found in Tinsley’s underwear. Game over. Fort Wayne Police Det. Brian Martin and Indiana State Police Det. Clint Hetrick arrested Miller at his home. When police asked him if he knew why they wanted to talk with him, Miller reportedly said, “April Tinsley.”
The Zodiac Killer, accused of killing many in the Northern California region remains at large. Given the increasing popularity of "familial DNA" and public websites, it is only a matter of time before law enforcement will have access to almost everyone's DNA. Gven the advances of DNA forensics, this Zodiac Killer psycho will likely be apprehended soon.
All suspects must be presumed innocent unless otherwise convicted in a court of law!