The Crime Scene Examiner
Forensic evidence is known as the ‘silent witness.’ Crime scene examiners make the silent witness speak.
Sergeant Trevor Evans has been a crime scene examiner for 17 years, and worked the notorious case of murdered baby Jaidyn Leskie in Moe. He also examined the scene of the intriguing, still-unsolved murder of Jane Thurgood-Dove, a mother gunned down in the driveway of her home in Niddrie.
Evans also used his wealth of experience when he was called to join the international team shifting through the debris after the Bali bombings, in order to identify those who lost their lives.
Vikki Petraitis, author of The Frankston Murders and co-author of The Phillip Island Murder brings you the story of a crime scene examiner in this crime shot.
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SHORT, SHARP, TRUE CRIME STORIES FROM AUSTRALIA'S PAST AND PRESENT