STRIKING RESEMBLANCE: Miguel Macias, left, and Miguel Angel Bustos, right. Macias, 21, was exonerated in court Wednesday, April 29, 2105, after DNA evidence cleared him in the rape of a teenage girl in December outside a Redland nursery. Meanwhile, Bustos, 27, was arrested on Wednesday; Miami-Dade police say his DNA matched that at the crime scene.
STRIKING RESEMBLANCE: Miguel Macias, left, and Miguel Angel Bustos, right. Macias, 21, was exonerated in court Wednesday, April 29, 2105, after DNA evidence cleared him in the rape of a teenage girl in December outside a Redland nursery. Meanwhile, Bustos, 27, was arrested on Wednesday; Miami-Dade police say his DNA matched that at the crime scene. MIAMI-DADE CORRECTIONS
STRIKING RESEMBLANCE: Miguel Macias, left, and Miguel Angel Bustos, right. Macias, 21, was exonerated in court Wednesday, April 29, 2105, after DNA evidence cleared him in the rape of a teenage girl in December outside a Redland nursery. Meanwhile, Bustos, 27, was arrested on Wednesday; Miami-Dade police say his DNA matched that at the crime scene. MIAMI-DADE CORRECTIONS

Prosecutors drop charges against South Miami-Dade man exonerated by DNA in rape case

April 29, 2015 12:03 PM

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