- Associated Press - Thursday, May 5, 2016

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say DNA tests have confirmed that a man shot during a Los Angeles-area jewelry store holdup was the killer of two 95-year-olds at their desert home.

Investigators on Wednesday said clothing Keon Bailey wore during a doughnut shop heist had DNA from Louis and Rose Giuntini, who were slain in their Apple Valley home on Feb. 28.

That was 10 days after Bailey, a 20-year-old from Lancaster, had been released from state prison.

Authorities say he began a three-week burglary and robbery spree that ended with a jewelry store owner shooting him dead on March 8 in Torrance.



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