Fort Hood ARREST: Advanced DNA testing prompts trooper’s capture for the homicide of a Texas lady

by San Eli News
A Fort Hood officer is in a correctional facility for the 2019 homicide of a Texas lady.

Fox 44 reports that a 20-year-old Cory Grafton has been captured and accused of the homicide of Chelsea Cheatham, 32. Cheatham has been discovered in June 2019 at a Days inn off of the 1600 square of East Central Texas Expressway in Killeen.

At the point when people on call showed up at the inn, they discovered Cheatham lethargic and attempted life-sparing measures to resuscitate her. They were eventually ineffective.

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As indicated by the Killeen Daily Herald, authorities recorded Cheathem’s way of death as a murder. For longer than a year, her homicide had stayed unsolved until specialists facilitated DNA testing and found a match.

After Cheathem’s demise, agents talked with Grafton and recorded him as a potential suspect. One of Grafton’s collaborators told police in an explanation that Grafton confessed to murdering the person in question.

Authorities took DNA tests from Grafton and utilized a Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) Program to coordinate his DNA with DNA found at the wrongdoing scene.

“Through the examination, Detectives with the Homicide Unit got data from an observer that 20-year-old Cory Grafton was at the scene at the time Chelsea Cheatham was killed,” Killeen Police Department said in a news discharge on Wednesday. ”

“With the help from the Texas Rangers, DNA from the scene was submitted and the outcomes affirmed that Grafton coordinated the DNA situated on Cheatham. On November 3, 2020, investigators with the Homicide Unit got a warrant and not long after 4:00 p.m., the warrant was executed. Grafton was arrested and shipped to the Killeen City Jail.”