Citizens For A Better Norwood

Friday, July 03, 2009

Norwood police praised for solving “a CSI case” reported several days ago that Jonathan Foster was sentenced to 22 years to life for murdering elementary school teacher Jacqueline Skukan at her Carthage Avenue home December 24, 2008. Foster pleaded guilty to the murder. Assistant prosecutor David Prem praised the work of the Norwood police for solving what he said was "a CSI case." Police proved that the DNA found in the saliva on Skukan's breast and on a crack pipe found in a car Foster drove belonged to Foster. They also proved that the Christmas ornaments found broken in Skukan's home matched other ornaments found in a car Foster was driving. Great job, Norwood police!