The Bite: The Amolsch Case

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On August 1994, a man entered Jane Marie Fray’s mobile home in South Michigan and stabbed her twenty-two times all over her body. Looking at the body, it had been killed in a very cruel and dreadful way. At the time of the murder, the killer also wrapped an electrical cord around her neck to suffocate her. When authorities found the body, they also noticed that the victim was bitten on her left ear at the time of the attack. Ricky Amolsch, the murder victim’s thirty-eight-year-old boyfriend, automatically became an immediate suspect of her murder. Well, first of all, the case was named the Amolsch Case. And in my opinion, the case study addresses the unit topic of Odontology. I know this because; authorities focus on one key lead to the crime.…show more content…
After finding this, authorities called in Dr. Allan J. Warnick, chief forensic Odontologist for Wayne and Oakland Counties, to conduct test and examinations on the bite mark found on Fray’s left year. Warnick, to collect his evidence took photographs obviously of the bite mark. He also, made molds of the bite wound. He also made molds of Amolsch’s front teeth and compared them to the crime scene bite wound. As far as errors in the evidence go, well ten months later, authorities dropped all charges of Amolsch’s, when the man who said he had spotted Amolsch’s van outside the mobile home was arrested for raping another woman in the same trailer park. So disagreement did spread, but Warnick never did rule Amolsch out as the maker of the mobile home bite mark. Yes, in the Amolsch case, one death did occur, and that was the death of Jane Marie Fray at her mobile home in South Michigan. The manner of death was a clear Homicide because the victim was murdered. The means of death was a knife because she was stabbed twenty-two times all over her body, and it was also an electrical cord, which the killer wrapped around her neck. The cause of death was suffocation because the killer wrapped an electrical cord around her neck, preventing her from breathing. The estimated time of death, and how that time of death was calculated is not mentioned in the

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