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Siezed money to fund Tucson crime lab (access required)

State law enforcement officials announced yesterday that $17.7 million in forfeited funds from a major fraud case will be used to build a new Department of Public Safety Crime Lab in Tucson. Attorney General Terry Goddard and Department of Public Safety Director Roger Vanderpool made the announcement at a press conference in Tucson. They were joined ...

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