Detective Armstrong and I had another talk with Philip Fontaine's son, who was noticeably more coherent this time around. We tried to get Grant to tell us who he was with the night his father was killed, but we were only partially successful.
We also got the DNA analysis results from the Crime Lab. We don't have a suspect to match to any of the unknown profiles yet, but the findings still tell us a bit about who we're looking for.
This update includes a follow-up interview with the victim's youngest son, Grant Fontaine, the DNA analysis results and a DNA tutorial to help you interpret the findings and more.
Philip Fontaine's youngest son
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