DNA Helps Windsor Police Nab 2014 Sexual Assault Suspect
DNA has helped Windsor police to make an arrest in a 2014 sexual assault.
On September 28, 2014, police were called to a home on California Ave. around 6:25am for a reported sexual assault.
Two victims in their mid 20's, told police they were sleeping at the time and were sexually assaulted by an unknown man.
Investigators obtained DNA and the Centre for Forensic Science confirmed both were from the same suspect but there was no match.
This month, investigators received information that there was now a match.
A suspect had been recently convicted in a break and enter and the suspect's DNA was entered into the data bank.
Nidal Hamade, 39, of Windsor is charged with two counts of sexual assault and break and enter.
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