Prosecutor says Zornes done in by family, friends who helped him while he was on the lam
MOORHEAD - In the end, prosecutors didn't need a fingerprint or drop of blood or some other form of forensic evidence to link Tracy Zornes to a murder scene in Moorhead, prosecutor Heidi Davies said.
Rather, it was the explanations Zornes gave family and friends who helped him during his two weeks on the lam that ultimately placed him at the apartment where Megan Londo and John Cadotte were found beaten and stabbed to death on Feb. 19, 2010.
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