Police said the charges were “based on new evidence that was provided through advancements in DNA technology.” The police news release quoted Mayor Don Walters as expressing thanks to The Porchlight Project for funding they provided “to help get the needed DNA testing that was done to close this case.”
Police were called to an area near Blossom Music Center five days before Christmas after Blatnik’s nude body was found. She had last been seen when a friend dropped her off at about midnight in Garfield Heights the night before. Authorities said the teenager had been raped and strangled.
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The league’s top flight briefly started on 21 February, with the second division following two days later, before all fixtures were suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak. Clubs in the league’s third tier were supposed have started playing on 7 March.