Dim Crims: Suspect's finger points to his guilt

A man who works for an air conditioning company  in Glendale, Arizona, told police that someone tried to steal copper wiring  worth more than $300 off his work truck, which was parked in the driveway of his home. He told police that a copper spool had been pulled out about 20 feet from his truck and he saw what appeared to be a cut-off finger caught up in the wiring.
The responding officer retrieved the finger as evidence. Forensic techs obtained a latent print off the finger and the suspect was identified as Joshua Allen Goverman, 29, of Glendale. Detectives located Goverman a week later and took him into custody. [BJS]