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(1992) A Crime Scene Unit responds to the dispatcher's call of a body found in a closet in the Bronx. The suspect confessed at the 44th precinct while detectives were gathering evidence at the crime scene. He had smoked ten vials of crack cocaine and killed his girlfriend in his father's apartment bedroom, then mopped up the blood, but left pieces of the mop on the floor and bloody sheets in a bucket in the bathtub. The detectives took samples of the mop, bed sheets and blood on the floor. They bagged the hands of the victim for analysis at the morgue. Bronx, NYC. DNA Fingerprinting..