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This profile was last updated on 1/13/10  and contains information from public web pages.

Fingerprint Technician

Phone: (254) ***-****  HQ Phone
Waco Police Department
721 N. 4Th
Waco, Texas 76702
United States

 
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4:15 p.m. -- "We don't know ...
www.wacotrib.com, 13 Jan 2010 [cached]
4:15 p.m. -- "We don't know where the paper was touched, or how the paper was touched," Guercio says, in response to questioning from Guy James Gray.
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Guercio says that it raises questions. Agreeing with Gray, she says, again, that she eliminated the prints of Vanessa Bulls, Matt Baker and the Hewitt police officers on the scene. She says she did not take the prints of Kari Baker. Guercio says she was not asked to look to see if the prints belonged to James or Linda Dulin, Kari Baker's parents.
4 p.m. -- Joann Guercio, a Waco fingerprint technician, has testified that she didn't find any conclusive fingerprints on the suicide note found April 8, 2006 in the Bakers' bedroom. She says she did not find a match when she compared a partial palm print to the print of Vanessa Bulls, Matt Baker or the Hewitt police officers. She says, however, that they could have touched the note and their print did not register.
3:48 p.m. -- The state calls its ninth witness, Joann Guercio, a fingerprint technician for the Waco Police Department. She's been a fingerprint technician for 17 years, she says. Guercio says she uses a computer system to which she submits fingerprints, and it will tell her possibilities of matches. She then, makes eye-to-print comparisons to tell if it's a match. Guercio says she was given a suicide note from the Hewitt Police Department in April of 2006. Guercio says she found "lots" of prints on the note. She says she found a smudge. She says nine times out of 10, you're not going to leave a "good print" when you touch something. "Paper nowadays is made not to accept a fingerprint," she says.
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Guercio says she compared the fingerprints of Bulls, Matt Baker and the Hewitt police officers, and none of them matched.
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In response to Long's questioning, Guercio acknowledges the print she found on the note "could've come from anyone. It could have been someone who handled it weeks before or when it was being packaged, she says.
4:15 p.m. - "We don't know ...
template.wacotrib.com, 13 Jan 2010 [cached]
4:15 p.m. - "We don't know where the paper was touched, or how the paper was touched," Guercio says, in response to questioning from Guy James Gray.
...
Guercio says that it raises questions. Agreeing with Gray, she says, again, that she eliminated the prints of Vanessa Bulls, Matt Baker and the Hewitt police officers on the scene. She says she did not take the prints of Kari Baker. Guercio says she was not asked to look to see if the prints belonged to James or Linda Dulin, Kari Baker's parents.
4 p.m. - Joann Guercio, a Waco fingerprint technician, has testified that she didn't find any conclusive fingerprints on the suicide note found April 8, 2006 in the Bakers' bedroom. She says she did not find a match when she compared a partial palm print to the print of Vanessa Bulls, Matt Baker or the Hewitt police officers. She says, however, that they could have touched the note and their print did not register.
3:48 p.m. - The state calls its ninth witness, Joann Guercio, a fingerprint technician for the Waco Police Department. She's been a fingerprint technician for 17 years, she says. Guercio says she uses a computer system to which she submits fingerprints, and it will tell her possibilities of matches. She then, makes eye-to-print comparisons to tell if it's a match. Guercio says she was given a suicide note from the Hewitt Police Department in April of 2006. Guercio says she found "lots" of prints on the note. She says she found a smudge. She says nine times out of 10, you're not going to leave a "good print" when you touch something. "Paper nowadays is made not to accept a fingerprint," she says.
...
Guercio says she compared the fingerprints of Bulls, Matt Baker and the Hewitt police officers, and none of them matched.
...
In response to Long's questioning, Guercio acknowledges the print she found on the note "could've come from anyone. It could have been someone who handled it weeks before or when it was being packaged, she says.
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