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D&E criminology students solve ‘double murder’

February 23, 2013
The Inter-Mountain

A pair of size 7 high-heeled shoes, a shell casing and a rock were among clues Davis & Elkins College students used to help solve a simulated "double murder" case. The students in Dana Baxter's Law Enforcement 203 class played the roles of law enforcement officers piecing together evidence and filing reports for 100 points of their course grade.

 
 

 

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