STATE OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE FORENSIC SCIENCE DIVISION LABORATORY REPORT, Dated July 11, 2010.

Here is a heavily redacted lab report from the MSP dated July 11, 2010. It details evidence received by the state crime lab after the processing of the house at 3310 Morningview Terrace, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan on October 29, 2008. This was the house previously owned by H. Lee and Elsie Busch, where Chris Busch lived off an on and where he was found shot to death in his bedroom there.

This report also lists case evidence brought to the lab by MSP Det./Sgt. Garry Gray on the dates February 3, 2009 and March 20, 2009. This lab report is dated July 11, 2010, 14 months after the last evidence was provided to the lab. I guess that’s what you get in a cold, cold case.

The “results” are interesting, including: No comparative analysis was performed on the hairs and fibers from Tim’s red hat “at this time.” “The items of Submission 36 were examined and inventories to identify their contents and to identify possible hairs and fibers for further analysis. Several of the items were turned over to the Biology Unit for further examination and have been the subject of a separate report(s).” “The fibers of item #8G-6J-6 through Item #8G-6J-6 were found to be yellowish fibers reportedly found on victims Timothy King and Jill Robinson.”

Most notably: “NO FURTHER ANALYSIS WAS PERFORMED ON THE REMAINING ITEMS AT THIS TIME. . . . THE EVIDENCE WAS PLACED IN STORAGE AND IS AVAILABLE FOR THE AGENCY TO RETRIEVE.”

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Still waiting, Cheryl.


4 Comments on “STATE OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE FORENSIC SCIENCE DIVISION LABORATORY REPORT, Dated July 11, 2010.”

  1. walter says:

    Thousands of people were sent to prison on the fictional science of microscopic hair analysis before that bogus science was debunked in 2015.

    It shows at least in this case the investigators had enough integrity not to fabricate a prosecution.

  2. bitamoney says:

    The bizarre and unforseen good news is that all the unprocessed, forgotten about and otherwise ignored evidence can be processed now, with far more sophisticated technology. And you might want to hold on to some of it for FURTHER tech improvements.

    • bitamoney says:

      The other good news is that there’s an awful lot of stuff to work with, unless they’ve “lost it”. There are gold fibers. Just recently I took another look at the Busch bedroom scene. There is something there made of yellow and black fake leopard fur. Just saying.

  3. Walter says:

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