Rose Petal Murder: The Case Involves the Use of BLUESTAR® Forensic Reagent

The brutal murder case of Christina Parcell in South Carolina is drawing national attention and highlights the use of BLUESTAR® Forensic, a blood detection solution.

On October 13, 2021, Christina Parcell, a 41-year-old technician working at Foothills Veterinary Hospital in Greenville, was found dead after being brutally stabbed in a home in Greer, South Carolina. The crime scene, described as highly violent, included disturbing ritualistic elements, such as rose petals scattered around Parcell’s body.

To help solve this complex case, investigators used BLUESTAR® Forensic, a blood detection reagent. BLUESTAR® spray tests were conducted in various areas of the home, including bathrooms, and yielded positive results for the possible presence of blood. These tests assisted investigators in gathering crucial evidence in this case.

Several arrests have been made in connection with Parcell’s murder, revealing unexpected layers in this case. Although the investigation is ongoing, the use of BLUESTAR® Forensic in this case demonstrates the importance of modern technology in helping law enforcement solve violent crimes.

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