New problems have been uncovered at a troubled Long Island crime lab, according to a published report.
Prosecutors found the Nassau police crime lab mismatched reports on blood-alcohol tests in drunken driving cases last fall, reports Newsday .
Police at the lab discovered the errors while reviewing documents in a contested drunken driving case, the paper says.
It says prosecutors ultimately discovered mismatched reports in nine misdemeanor drunken driving cases handled at the lab.
Nassau County police declined to comment on the new findings. District Attorney Kathleen Rice says the errors underscore the need for the review her office is conducting of the lab.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed the state inspector general to review testing procedures and protocols at the lab that closed after revelations it was generating inaccurate measurements in drug cases.