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Homicide cops told: Don't overlook little details

Investigators gather in Rotterdam for seminar

A Practical Homicide Investigation class was held for detectives at Mallozzi’s in Rotterdam on Monday.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
A Practical Homicide Investigation class was held for detectives at Mallozzi’s in Rotterdam on Monday.
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Something as simple as a cup of spilled sugar can break a homicide case. Vernon Geberth, a retired lieutenant commander with the New York City Police Department, told a group of 68 law enforcement officials about a city case in which three members of the Mafia were at a social club following a fatal shooting. Nobody was talking until police said they would be arrested. Geberth said a detective noticed a bowl of sugar that ...

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January 29, 2013
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