The boy has a few broken ribs along with brain damage before the bullet killed him.
A Police Officer is the first to arrive at the crime scene, then the CSI Unit and they find the body of a young boy. A Blood Pattern Analyst confirms that the boy was shot at close range, while the Trace Evidence Examiner looks at the foot prints and the Crime Scene Investigator finds the murder weapon.
The Ballistics experts looks at what direction the bullet hit, while the Forensic Photographer takes photos. The Trace Evidence examiner finds a chain left behind and finds fingerprints.
POLICE OPEN UP!
A Medical Examiner looks at the boys body and notices he was abused before being killed.
Your under arrest!
A Forensic Ondontologist looks at the boys teeth and find that the boy was around twelve. Microscopy is used to looks at the blood and finds out the boy is +O. The Latent Print Examiner to look at the fingerprints found on the chain. He examined the fingerprints, they belong to a Amish man that had a felony of drug possession years before.
Police arrive at the secondary crime scene and find out that its locked. They break it open and go inside, and find the suspect in the basement.
The police use physical evidence left behind at a crime scene to arrest him. None of the man alibis check out. Detectives have him interviewed taken to a Polygraph Examiner, and prove that he was lying.The man is sentenced to life for murder.