TONIGHT AT 11: Special Report Goes Behind Scenes With 'CSI: Raleigh'
Posted November 20, 2003 9:55 a.m. EST
RALEIGH, N.C. — When a big crime happens in Wake County, the scene is crawling with cops. But there is one person whose work could make or break the case.
He is a crime scene investigator. He could singlehandedly solve a crime based on a single piece of evidence.
Agent Jeffrey Taylor works for the City/County Bureau of Identification known as CCBI. Seventeen CCBI agents handle crime scene investigations for law enforcement agencies in Wake County. They are assigned about 9,000 cases a year.
The agents collect and process physical evidence, like fingerprints and DNA, in crimes ranging from break-ins to murders. But Taylor says his work is a lot different than television dramas would have you believe.
To find out just how different, watch WRAL News tonight at 11