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Troy DuGal

Sheriff's Detective

San Diego County

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San Diego County

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Employment History

Homicide Detective

San Diego Sheriff's Department


Web References(29 Total References)


www.sbsun.com

Merritt told San Diego County sheriffs detective Troy Dugal during a July 7, 2011 interview that Joseph McStay had given him permission to access and use his Quickbooks accounting software program and had been in possession of six blank checks prior to Joseph McStays disappearance.


www.sungazette.com

"There were also times when he used present tense but he frequently used past tense," San Diego County sheriff's Detective Troy DuGal testified.


www.desertdispatch.com

San Diego County Sheriff's Detective Troy DuGal testified that Merritt had frequently referred to the McStay family in the past tense during an early interview when the disappearances were still being investigated as a missing persons case.
DuGal also said DNA taken from the steering wheel, gear shift and radio control of the family's Isuzu Trooper, after it was found Feb. 8, 2010 in an impound lot in San Ysidro, matched a swab collected from Merritt.


www.whittierdailynews.com

Sheriffs investigators in San Diego County had already collected a DNA swab from Merritt at his Rancho Cucamonga apartment complex in 2010, during an interview early on in the case, San Diego County sheriffs Detective Troy Dugal testified Monday.
Detective Troy Dugal testified that the woven blanket that Joseph McStay Sr. was wrapped in matched that of a missing cushion cover from a Futon at the McStay home.


www.sbsun.com

San Diego County sheriffs Detective Troy DuGal noted in the warrants the suspicious circumstances surrounding the McStays disappearance, including the fact that the familys 1996 Isuzu Trooper was found abandoned at the U.S./Mexican border in San Ysidro on Feb. 8, 2010.
In my opinion a family just doesnt up and leave under the circumstances detailed above, DuGal wrote in his affidavit.


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