A Judge in Wyoming has ruled that a man whom police say, began picking up young girls and flashing them for the past ten years has the right to have a DNA testing.
Although police say they are absolutely sure they have the right guy because they have half a dozen witnesses that have described the car that the man, Randolf "Randy" Sands, drives.
Sands lawyer however has requested that the DNA evidence should be used against his client when his client has a twin with the same DNA and drives the same model and year automobile that the witnesses describe.
So the ruling gives the police and their prosecutors a setback.
Late yesterday, Sands offered to have his client pay the girls a fine because he doesn't want to go to trial and his attorney says it would save the young ladies some embarrassment also.
After all, he isn't accused of hurting anyone physically.
Finally the judge announced that, if the accused would pay the families of each girl the sum of $2,000 each, the charges would be dropped. That settled it.
Reporter: So you are out $10,000, Mr. Sands. But no jail time.
"Yes, interrupted the ladies attorney. We would have had a hard time proving anything with the DNA. So we dropped it. Identical twins have the same DNA unfortunately. But anyway, we got ten thousand dollars from the pervert."
Sands attorney then stated, "My client was happy too. Especially since his twin sister, Candy, didn't have to appear."