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OffbeatPolice: Murder suspect searched 'sniper I-17' and 'Phoenix shooter today' after the killing

23:05  19 december  2018
23:05  19 december  2018 Source:   12news.com

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A 23-year-old man was charged with murder after police found his search history and alleged location after a subpoena to Google.

Police had no motive or suspect in the murder of Joseph Knight last March. All they did have was a video of a white car the alleged the murderer drove.

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On July 7, 2016, Micah Xavier Johnson ambushed and fired upon a group of police officers in Dallas, Texas, killing five officers and injuring nine others. Two civilians were also wounded. Johnson was an Army Reserve Afghan War veteran who was reportedly angry over police shootings of black men and

The search revealed four results, one of which belong to Jorge Molina, which followed the path of the car closely.

In court documents police said the records show Molina in possession of a white Honda, fitting the description of the car in the video. Police requested the search history of Molina's Google account and police said he searched things like "sniper I-17" and "Phoenix shooter today" after the killing.

The information was enough for police to bring Molina into custody.

"What we have in this case right now is a lot of circumstantial evidence," Russ Richelsoph, a criminal defense attorney from Davis and Miles, said.

Richelsoph said police probably followed the correct policy in requesting data from Google. However, he said without hard evidence, a murder conviction is unlikely.

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The capital murder suspect is accused of shooting and killing 19-year-old Ray Howze near a convenience store on Old Pass Road in Gulfport. The 23-year-old currently has a warrant for capital murder and carjacking out of Gulfport. The circumstances surrounding this incident are being

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"We have no physical evidence that connects him to the crime," Richelsoph said.

However, if police are now able to connect DNA evidence between shells found at the scene and Molina, that could change things.

Police using browsing data and Google searches is becoming more common, according to Richelsoph.

"Unless you’re a criminal, you are not thinking about [your phone] indicting you," Ken Colburn CEO of Data Doctors said. "This thing is telling on you all day long. So, if you are going to do bad things, you probably should not have one."

Colburn called the technology a great tool for law enforcement as long as it is used correctly. He said there should be more evidence than just a phone saying someone is at a certain time or place.

"I hope there is ability to analyze this information in a meaningful way and not jump to conclusions," Colburn said.

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