The DNA analysis revealed that the blood of a woman declared missing almost a year ago and whose body was not found was on a sock and boots belonging to her alleged killer, according to reports of recently published documents.
Kimberly Kessler, 49, faces charges over the murder of 34-year-old Joleen Cummings.
The socks and boots were recovered in a storage unit rented by Kessler. A judge ordered the release.
The notes indicate that the boots are similar to the ones Kessler was wearing video from a gas station on the day of Cummings' disappearance.
According to the investigators, a sock was also seized in the storage unit. FDLE analyzed the sock and found Cummings' DNA on the blood stain. "
Kessler's DNA was also found on the sock, the police said in the notes.
The documents also show that Kessler used 25 different names and lived in 35 cities.