Tuesday August 9, 2011
As with everything else, crime is moving online. And thanks to experts at the West Virginia State Police Digital Forensics Unit, there’s a new way to dust for fingerprints.
Cpl. Robert Boggs runs the unit’s Huntington lab, housed in the Marshall University Forensic Science Center.
A self-confessed geek, Boggs has been hunting down and catching digital criminals since 2006. He was the only investigator in the lab at the time. He now has help from Chris Vance, the Huntington unit’s mobile forensics expert, as well as university graduate students…