DNA testing ordered on knife in Naperville teacher stabbing
June 4, 2012 (NAPERVILLE, Ill.) (WLS) -- The knife that prosecutors say killed schoolteacher Shaun Wild inside a Naperville nightclub can be tested for DNA, a judge has ruled.
Prosecutors want the genetic testing on the 5-inch-long folding knife to confirm it was the weapon used to kill Wild and wound two other men back on February 4 at Frankie's Blue Room.
Prosecutors say security footage from several angles showed Daniel Olaska stab Wild during a confrontation that allegedly began when another man teased Olaska about drinking beer from a wineglass.
Prosecutors said Olaska stabbed that man in the chest then stabbed Wild in the heart as the teacher tried to intervene.
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