'A decadeslong nightmare': 2C officials charge convicted sex offender in 9-year-old girl's 1982 death On Feb. 24, 2020 — exactly 38 years after Johnson's body was found — investigators questioned Dalrymple. When 62-year-old was told the interview was in reference to an 1982 abduction, "almost immediately, Dalrymple indicated he was not living in Nampa at the time," court records show. He said he was in the military — although, he had been discharged in 1981. Dalrymple later claimed to have been living with his parents in McCall. Dalrymple said he knew Fain had been arrested in the Johnson case and eventually exonerated. Investigators then asked Dalrymple to provide a DNA sample, and he declined and told them to get a warrant, court records show. On March 12, a swab was taken after a use of force detention order was obtained. And last week, on April 30, investigators received the results, which showed "Dalrymple's DNA sample is genetically identical to the pubic hair found in (Johnson's) underwear," court records show.