Sexual assault kits are compiled by hospital staff and given to Flint police detectives to pass along to labs for testing.
However, Tolbert said that the detectives, for reasons unknown to him, never sent the kits to the lab.
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Tolbert said his department discovered 246 sexual assault kits in its evidence room that were never sent away by detectives for testing in sexual assault investigations.
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