dna leads to arrest in 1984 killing

This is like, CSI-type craziness... Three human hairs collected and preserved from a bedroom where a Huntington Beach woman was sexually asaulted, beaten and strangled more than twenty years ago led to the arrest of a Canadian man earlier this week: 3 hairs led to arrest in 1984 Huntington killing. The Orange County Sheriff's Crime Lab matched the hair's DNA to Gerald Su Go, 51, which resulted in a warrant accusing him of murdering Elizabeth Mae Hoffschneider on November 14, 1984. He was arrested by police in Toronto on Tuesday. More here: Arrest comes 23 years after Orange County slaying. Gotcha, sucka! Took twenty-three years, but you've been caught.