O'Malley speaks about DNA

Gov. Martin OMalley and state law enforcement officials announce significant milestones in the effectiveness of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100600000000" title="Maryland" href="/topic/us/maryland-PLGEO100100600000000.topic">Maryland</a>'s DNA collection program. From left to right, Baltimore police commissioner <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100609001602" title="Frederick (Frederick, Maryland)" href="/topic/us/maryland/frederick-county-%28maryland%29/frederick-%28frederick-maryland%29-PLGEO100100609001602.topic">Frederick</a> Bealefeld, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007459" title="Martin O'Malley" href="/topic/politics/government/martin-omalley-PEPLT007459.topic">Governor Martin O'Malley</a>, Baltimore city council president Jack Young and Teresa M. “Terry” Long, director of the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Jerry Jackson / August 6, 2010 )

Gov. Martin OMalley and state law enforcement officials announce significant milestones in the effectiveness of Maryland's DNA collection program. From left to right, Baltimore police commissioner Frederick Bealefeld, Governor Martin O'Malley, Baltimore city council president Jack Young and Teresa M. “Terry” Long, director of the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division.

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