Juli Busken, a 21-year-old University of Oklahoma dance major, was abducted, forced into her car, raped and murdered in 1996. Busken’s mother and father arrived that evening to help Juli move back to her hometown of Benton, Arkansas only to hear that her body had been found in a nearby lake. Eight years later, the national CODIS database matched the semen found on Busken’s leotards to Anthony Sanchez, who had recently been charged with rape and second-degree burglary in Cleveland County. In 2006, Sanchez was convicted for the first-degree murder, rape and sodomy of Juli Busken. After almost nine hours of deliberations, jurors sentenced him to the death penalty.