BREAKING NEWS – Livermore, California – A California man was charged with the sexual assault of two women over 22 years ago, after police linked DNA from the crime scenes to that of a sample recently collected from a Baskin-Robbins ice cream spoon. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley announced that Gregory Paul Vien, 60, will face “multiple felony sexual assault charges” in connection with the two separate assaults, both from 1997. His defense attorney spoke at a press conference. “First of all, I don’t think my client shouldn’t been arrested because of a DNA sample while he was enjoying some strawberry ice cream,” he began. “I think it was strawberry, it might have been French vanilla, but I’m not sure. It could’ve been chocolate chip… and I love that, man that tastes good. I personally prefer two scoops on a hot day.” He was then asked if Vien was arrested on a Sunday, that the attorney thought the reference was “sundae”, which caused him to speak for five minutes about chocolate syrup, sprinkles, and chopped walnuts.