Testimony in a hearing for accused murderer Jesse Matthew has some Charlottesville residents concerned.
On Monday (1/11), an investigator testified that his bloodhound tracked University of Virginia student Hannah Graham to a large mulch pile near the end of East Market Street. For 28 years, Bill Emory has lived on East Market Street. The dog-handler said that because humans shed about 40,000 skin cells every minute, his bloodhound could follow not just a pedestrian but also someone riding in a car with open windows.
Graham was last seen on a warm September evening in 2014, and her body was found five weeks later in a remote part of the county.