Daily Mail
April 19, 2012

Police hunting the murderer of a 13-year-old girl in California have taken DNA swabs from students at a her former school in an effort to nail her killer in a crime that has baffled detectives.

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FOX40 reports Sacramento County detectives visited Albert Einstein Middle School to interview and take DNA cheek swabs from three or four students.

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The students who had their DNA taken did not have their parents with them when the samples were taken.

‘Regardless of whether the individual is an adult or a juvenile, they are capable of giving consent.
We don’t require the consent of a parent if we’re doing it with someone of a younger age,’ said Deputy Jason Ramos of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.

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