Maryland loses DNA records for over 2,000 criminals

The Washington Times has the story here:

O'Malley administration officials said Monday that they cannot locate required DNA samples for more than 2,000 convicted felons, some of whom are out on parole.

"The attached spreadsheet contains the names of 2,010 offenders who have been identified... as being required to submit a DNA sample but for whom there is no sample in the [Maryland State Police] database," said Philip Pie, deputy director of the state's division of Parole and Probation, in a Sept. 22 e-mail obtained by The Washington Times. . . .



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