In a worst nightmare scenario, two students at Indiana University were sexually assaulted and
Two assailants broke into the college townhouse and began raping two roommates; the third roommate called police from inside a closet. Following a shootout with police at the crime scene, the attackers fled.
DNA mixtures recovered from the scene were too complex for the state crime lab's manual interpretation methods. Cybergenetics analysts processed the data, developing match statistics from millions to quintillions that connected suspects to the crime scene. Vaylan Glazebrook was found guilty, and in March
of 2018, he was sentenced
to 125 years in prison.