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Thirteen-year-old Dylan wasn't eager to fly to Colorado for the court-ordered long-distance visit with his dad, Mark, who tried to placate his son with a visit to McDonald's and shopping at Walmart straight from the airport. But when the boy didn't show up for a playdate the next morning, he was reported missing, setting off a manhunt in the rough Colorado wilderness terrain. Mark Redwine and his ex-wife took to the airwaves to plead for their son's return, but to no avail. Then in a stunning twist in a national television interview, Dylan's brother, Cory, accused Mark of being responsible for his brother's disappearance, a charge the father vigorously denied. But, three years later when Dylan's badly decomposed remains were found by hikers, prosecutors did indeed charge Mark Redwine with his son's murder.
The episode was rated 7.81 from 21 votes.
When a hairstylist failed to pick up her children for a planned celebration, she was reported missing by her ex-husband. Investigators discovered a bloody scene at the salon, but the hairstylist and her SUV were gone.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 15 votes.
For decades, the mystery of Michelle Martinko's murder haunted her town and her family as police searched for her killer without success. 39 years later, through creative detective work and modern investigative techniques, the case took a new twist, leading to an arrest and first-degree murder charges in a long awaited, dramatic trial.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 26 votes.
When the body of former policewoman Taylor Wright was discovered buried on a remote Pensacola farm, detectives had a lineup of suspects to investigate including her ex-husband, her new girlfriend and her best friend.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 31 votes.
Nicole VanderHeyden is found shot to death in a Wisconsin farm field; police immediately arrest her live-in boyfriend, who waited 18 hours to report her missing and has a history of domestic violence.
The episode was rated 7.62 from 29 votes.
Firefighters made a desperate effort to save a young family from a blazing fire, but rescuers were too late. Police declared the fire was no accident and began an arson investigation, which included another unexplained fire a few blocks away that killed a beloved elderly couple.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 12 votes.
An heir to the Halliburton oil dynasty fortune, Jill Halliburton Su was found by her son Justin dead in the bathtub at her upscale home in a Florida gated community in 2014. The security cameras weren't working, a glass door had been shattered, and at least one room of the house had been ransacked. Police quickly focused on Justin as the prime suspect, grilling him intensely for hours. But despite the dramatic interrogation room sessions, the son never admitted guilt. A few days later, when crime scene DNA forensic tests were finally processed, Justin was cleared; and investigators were after a new suspect.
The episode was rated 7.56 from 16 votes.
Makeva Jenkins seemed to have it all. A successful businesswoman and mother of three, she boasted on Facebook that she had grown her business to six figures. But just hours later, she was shot dead with a bullet to the head. Her husband, Euri Jenkins, told police a masked intruder had shot and killed his wife. Her close-knit family held a press conference, pleading for information about her killer. But the tale of the happy family fell apart when police arrested her husband in a murder-for-hire plot. Detectives also arrested 19-year-old Joevan Joseph, who told investigators Jenkins had hired him to kill his wife for the life insurance money.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 18 votes.
In the spring of 1993, two newspaper carriers driving down a rural road spotted what they thought was a doll but which turned out to be, in fact, a newborn baby's body. The coroner would determine that the baby had been born alive; but his origin was a mystery. The community called the baby Geauga's Child, after the name of the county; they made clothes for his funeral and paid for his burial. Despite dozens of leads and even a hidden camera placed at the cemetery in hopes that the child's mother would show up, no arrests were made for 25 years. Then, with modern DNA and familial genealogy techniques, the cold case was solved, identifying the boy's mother as the now middle-aged Gail Eastwood-Ritchey. Years before, as a young unmarried woman, she had delivered the baby, stillborn, and placed his body in a trash bag in a wooded area. After a four-day trial, Eastwood-Richey was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 15 years.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 10 votes.
Shayna Hubers called 911 to report she had killed her boyfriend in self-defense after he attacked her. However, investigators soon learned he was planning a date with another woman and suspected Shayna killed him in a jealous rage.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 33 votes.
When Richard Smith failed to show up for work, police discovered the murdered bodies of Smith, his mother and brother in their home. Sheriff's deputies told the media they were investigating possible ritual links to the "Wiccan" religion and the timing of the killings with the "blue moon sky."
The episode was rated 7.48 from 40 votes.
The Amatos were a close-knit, middle-class family with three professional sons, who enjoyed Florida Gators football games together. So, it was a shock when Margaret and Chad Amato and their youngest son Cody were found dead, shot execution-style in their suburban Seminole Florida home. Suspicion quickly turned to middle son Grant, a trained nurse, who had quarreled with his family over money he had stolen from them to pay for the attention of a Bulgarian sex model on a pay-per-view website.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 28 votes.
When Brandi Peters and her three children were found murdered in Tallahassee in 2010, prosecutors pointed the finger at her ex-boyfriend, Henry Segura, who owed her more than $20,000 in child support. But as the trial got underway, an imprisoned drug dealer came forward, saying he had ordered the murders from prison, that Peters had worked as a drug mule and helped herself to more than $90,000 worth of drugs and cash. It sounded like an outlandish claim, but DNA evidence found in her bedroom came back as a possible match to a Colombian cocaine trafficker.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 28 votes.
When 20-year-old University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts went missing during her regular evening jog, her disappearance was headline news. Police had few clues until a local resident shared his garage surveillance camera, which had captured a brief glimpse of Mollie running down the street and later a black car driving by. Following the lead, police moved quickly to arrest undocumented immigrant Cristhian Bahena Rivera who worked at a nearby dairy farm and charged him with murder. Under intense questioning, Rivera appeared to confess, although his story had strange gaps. But when it came time for trial, he pled not guilty, and his lawyers mounted a vigorous defense--accusing police of badgering him into a confession, casting suspicion on Mollie's boyfriend and presenting alternate theories of the crime.
The episode was rated 7.45 from 22 votes.
Todd Mullis claimed his wife fell on a four-pronged corn rake and died; investigators found more than four holes in Amy Mullis' body; they knew her death was no accident.
The episode was rated 7.44 from 25 votes.
Last updated: jan 16, 2023
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