How This Man’s Unique Void Helped Criminal Investigations, Including the Angie Dodge Case

LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Jared Bradley is the president of M-Vac, a game-changing device for collecting DNA from crime scenes.

The M-Vac launched in 2007 in the food industry and then, five years later, pivoted to forensic medicine.

“It’s a wet vacuum that sprays a sterile solution on the evidence and sucks it up. Any type of DNA that is on a rough or porous surface – it can collect it 40-50 times easier than a swab,” says Bradley.

Bradley spoke with at CrimeCon in Las Vegas. He said the M-Vac was used in the Angie Dodge murder case in Idaho Falls and that officers used it in other high-profile investigations, including the disappearance of Susan Powell.

In addition to his work at M-Vac, Bradley hosts a podcast called “Anything related to crime”. He has produced over 100 episodes featuring investigators, crime scene analysts and more.

Check out our full interview with Bradley in the video player above.


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