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Truro police Chief John Thomas (left) and District Attorney Michael O'Keefe, with a poster of Christa Worthington.
Truro police Chief John Thomas (left) and District Attorney Michael O'Keefe, with a poster of Christa Worthington. (Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs) Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs

Suspect had offered DNA to police in '02

By Ralph Ranalli and Connie Paige
Globe Staff, Correspondent / April 16, 2005

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BARNSTABLE --The garbage hauler charged with killing Christa Worthington agreed three months after her murder to give police a DNA sample. (Full article: 645 words)

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