28 Years Ago She Was Murdered In Her Apartment, And Bite Marks Left By Her Killer Were A Major Clue In Solving Her Case

“Cold case investigators sought and were granted a warrant to obtain a saliva sample from Gadlin which was done on Feb. 14, 2022,” the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office said.

“Four days later, on Feb. 18, investigators received confirmation from the state Department of Justice lab that there was a DNA match of the saliva to the DNA profile of the person suspected of murdering Cheri Huss.”

On March 4th, Sharron was arrested and charged with Cheri’s murder. He is currently behind bars at the Robert Presley Detention Center, where he is being held on bail that has been set at $1 million dollars.

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