A lack of DNA evidence has led law enforcement in New York to cost a retired business govt with his wife’s chilly-case murder — 37 yrs after she was observed with an ax lodged in her skull, in accordance to a report.

James Krausneck, 67, was billed Nov. 8 with 2nd-degree murder in the grotesque Feb. 19, 1982 dying of his spouse, 29-yr-old Cathleen Krauseneck in Brighton, a modest city near Rochester, in accordance to experiences.

Nobody else’s DNA was observed in the residence after the murder, Brighton Law enforcement Main David Catholdi explained Tuesday in conveying what led to Krauseneck’s arrest, as Fox Rochester reported.

James Krauseneck, 67, was charged with murder in the grotesque killing of his wife again in 1982.
(Brighton Police Office via Fox Rochester)