Katie's Law hit a major milestone.
There have been 500 DNA matches that connect suspects to unsolved cases in the state.
The law is named after Katie Sepich, a New Mexico State University grad student who was raped and murdered.
Tuesday's announcement comes 10 years after her death.
The law allows DNA to be collected from anyone arrested for a felony to see if the suspect is connected to any other crimes.
Twenty-five other states followed New Mexico and adopted Katie's Law.
Katie's killer was caught three years after her death when his DNA was pulled because he was convicted of another crime.
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