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DNA match, woman's testimony crack N.J. cold case


New Jersey Journal

A sexual predator faces up to 35 years in jail after being convicted for the brutal rape of a Kearny woman in 2002 - a cold case that wasn't cracked until DNA evidence from a sexual assault in Newark linked the man to the crime, officials said.

David Vasquez, 30, formerly of Belleville, was found guilty in New Jersey Superior Court for the sexual assault of a 21-year-old Kearny woman in May 2002 near St. Stephen School on Midland Avenue, officials said.

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