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During that interview, Mc Kinney acknowledged that she had lied to officers on January 8 and 15 when she stated that she had not seen Kuenning since before Christmas.

Mc Kinney admitted that she saw Kuenning on January 5 at Fort's home, that she had a conversation with Kuenning in Kuenning's van in Fort's driveway, and that she and Kuenning later drove around a while in Kuenning's van.

On April 8, 2003, following an investigation that lasted over 5 years, a grand jury returned an indictment of Lora L. Once at the cabin, Mc Kinney shot Kuenning with his own revolver, stole several guns from him, and drove his van back to Lincoln, Nebraska.

From there, the couple drove to Kuenning's cabin in rural Seward County, Nebraska.

The officers found Mc Kinney's fingerprint near the door handle on the driver's side.

Walker testified that he saw Mc Kinney in either the late evening hours of January 5, 1998, or the early morning hours of January 6.

Although some of the details varied, Walker's testimony was generally consistent with Fort's regarding the stay at the hotel.

At trial, a fingerprint examiner's testimony excluded Mc Kinney and other suspects as the source of that print, but did not exclude Kuenning.

Sometime before his death, someone stole from Kuenning a Ruger .44 Magnum revolver and a Colt .357 Magnum revolver.

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And another individual testified that Mc Kinney tried to sell him a gun, but he had also refused. ASSIGNMENTS OF ERRORMc Kinney argues that the district court erred in (1) denying her motion to suppress her DNA sample taken under the identifying physical characteristics statutes (IPCS) ; (2) denying her motion to obtain DNA from other suspects under a subpoena duces tecum; (3) denying her motion to suppress her statements made to law enforcement; (4) admitting Fort's testimony and other evidence obtained because of Fort's testimony; and (5) denying her motion to dismiss the indictment, motion for mistrial, and motion to strike certain testimony because of the release of grand jury testimony. She claims the search violated the IPCS and the Fourth Amendment.