An officer did, however, find something peculiar about Armbrister's glued-on wig and upon removing it discovered 15 $100 bills and six $20 bills that had been hidden underneath, police said.
NEW YORK, June 29 (UPI) -- Police say a New York man arrested for burglary was tracked through DNA left on a carton of orange juice he allegedly drank from and left at the crime scene.
James Moorer, 20, was arrested and charged with burglary this week for allegedly breaking into a Chelsea apartment on Christmas Day 2009 and making off with a desktop computer, video and still cameras, the New York Post reported Wednesday.
Police arrested Moorer, who has a record of prior arrests, after matching his DNA to the national DNA database.
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