Boulder police keep DA in the dark on Ramsey DNAJune 9, 1997
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BOULDER, Colorado (CNN) -- Boulder police have not complied with a request from a county district attorney to hand over DNA test results from the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation, according to a spokeswoman for District Attorney Alex Hunter.
The disagreement over who should have access to the DNA results has been difficult to resolve for nearly two weeks, because Boulder Police Chief Tom Koby has been in Texas, "attending a funeral," according to Boulder County spokeswoman Jana Petersen.
There has been "a lot of speculation" that Koby, who used to work for the Houston Police Department, is in Texas looking for a job, Petersen said.
More than a week ago, Koby's police force gave him a "no-confidence" vote after several events: the continuing lack of apparent progress in the investigation of the murder of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey, whose body was discovered by her father December 26 in the basement of their home.
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