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Nancy Grace dives deep into the day’s most shocking crimes and asks the tough questions in her new daily podcast – Crime Stories with Nancy Grace. Nancy Grace had a perfect conviction record during her decade as a prosecutor and used her TV show to find missing people, fugitives on the run and unseen clues. Now, she will use the power of her huge social media following and the immediacy of the internet to deliver daily bombshells!

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Chelsea Grimm attends Pace University in New York to study psychology. She graduates with a master's degree in social work. Putting her degree to good use, she works for the New York City Department of Education as a  social worker. Chelsea Grimm makes a change, heading to the West coast, settling in Ocean Beach, California.  Chelsea making plans to meet her parents at a wedding in Connecticut, but when she can't find an airline that will let her fly with her pet Bearded Dragon, Chelsea decides to make it a road trip, using the travel to take photos of forgotten soldiers and other special people at cemeteries across the country. On September 24, Chelsea Grimm leaves San Diego headed for Connecticut.   Three days into her cross-country trip Chelsea Grimm arrives in Phoenix, Arizona where she meets her sister and a friend.  Grimm makes plans to meet the same friend for lunch the next day, but cancels the plans.  On that same day, Chelsea Grimm stops at a motel in Seligman, about 160 miles north of Phoenix.  The clerk says Grimm seems confused as she tries to book a room exchanging Euros instead of US Currency.  She mentions wanting to be "off-grid" and asks if there are any places in town that would exchange Euros.   From a motel in Seligman Arizona, Chelsea Grimm calls her parents and tells them she isn't going to make it to Connecticut on time for the wedding, the trip is taking too long. She tells them she is going to camp out nearby for a couple of days and head back home to San Diego. The next day, September 28, Chelsea Grimm leaves the motel and heads 40 miles east to a war memorial cemetery in Williams, Arizona.  Williams police are alerted to a suspicious vehicle and when the officer checks he finds Chelsea Grimm, seated in her car, crying. She tells the officer she gets emotional taking photos for a lost soldier project and didn't want to drive while crying.  The officer spends nearly 9 minutes with Grimm and asks if she has a hotel room for the night. She says she is going to camp and the officer directs her not to camp in the city, but she can sleep at Love's Truck Stop nearby, he tells her she won't be bothered there   2 days after talking to the police officer in Williams, Arizona, Chelsea Grimm finds herself 19-miles west of Williams in the town of Ash Fork, Arizona. She is camping out in her Ford Focus SUV. A local wood cutter sees Grimm and talks to her for a few minutes, says she isn't in distress or in any need of help. It is September 30. The wood cutter in Ash Fork, Arizona is the last person to see Chelsea Grimm  Grimm's  parents report her missing October 4. The next day, her 2019 White Ford Focus SUV is found abandoned on the side of the road with two flat tires in the middle of Forest Service Road 6 in the Kaibad National Forest, northeast of Ash fork, Arizona.  Inside the vehicle all of Chelsea Grimm's personal belongings such as her wallet, driver's license, clothes, and sleeping bag and her bearded dragon are gone. Police say there is no evidence of foul play  The area where Chelsea Grimm's locked SUV is found is an area popular with hunters and loggers. An extensive search is conducted of a 3-mile radius around where her car is discovered. Her family believes that due to the intensity of the search, if Chelsea is in the area, she will be found. Hunters and Loggers in the area also strongly believe she is not in the area. Chelsea Grimm's family hires a private investigator, Kelly Townsend, to help with the case.  Joining Nancy Grace Today: Marc Klaas -Polly Klaas father  Andrew Stoltmann - Chicago Attorney and adjunct law professor for Northwestern University, co-author of the book Waging War on Wall Street: My Battles Suing Banks and Brokerage Firms, https://stoltmannlaw.com/, Twitter: @Stoltmann1971  Dr. Leslie Dobson - Clinical and Forensic Psychologist  www.drlesliedobson.com   Justin Yentes - Private Investigator for Grimm Family - Criminal Defense Investigator at Arizona Investigative Associates  Zara Barker,- Reporter, Fox 5 San Diego - @zarabarkertv   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.19.24

Crime Alert 06.19.24

2024-06-1908:37

Sucker puncher poses for victim's photo. Suspect leads wild chase, then casually asks for a cigarette.  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The day Madeline Soto vanished, her mother, Jennifer, writes in a sworn statement that she saw her daughter getting ready for school that morning.  In a later interview, Jennifer Soto instead says she heard someone in the kitchen. She assumes it's Madeline, but that isn't the only change in the mother's story. Jennifer finally tells investigators she last saw her 13-year-old daughter the night before, when she sent Madeline to another bedroom with Stephan Sterns.  According to Mom, this is a common arrangement when she needs to get a good night's sleep.  Early in the investigation, Stephan Sterns was a person of interest. The day Madeline Soto is reported missing, investigators allegedly found 1,700 sexually explicit images on Sterns's cell phone. Investigators have also said they found images and video on Sterns’ phone showing he molested her for years.  Initially, Stephan Sterns tells investigators he drops the girl off near Hunter's Creek Middle School. However, around that same time, investigators say a license plate reader detected Sterns's car miles away from the school. Using data from license plate readers and surveillance video, investigators track Sterns's car as it travels east from Kissimmee toward St. Cloud and Old Hickory Tree Road, where Madeline Soto's body is found lying face down near bamboo trees covered in debris.  Investigators obtain surveillance video from the morning Madeline Soto is reported missing a trash compactor where a tread from Stephan Sterns's car is found as well as items belonging to Madeline Soto, like her black backpack. Sterns is caught on video throwing these objects in the trash compactor.  Minutes later, Sterns is caught on surveillance video at 7:36 a.m. driving away from the Kissimmee, Florida neighborhood with a female in the front passenger seat.   Investigators believe the female seen at 7:36 a.m. in the surveillance video in the front passenger seat of Stephan Sterns's vehicle is Madeline Soto's dead body propped up and buckled into the seat to appear as a living person, but closer inspection of the video shows her head leaning toward her shoulder with her mouth open.  Sterns is caught on surveillance video again at 8:19 am when he is seen entering the front security gate of the neighborhood with a female, in the same position as the surveillance video. Stephan Sterns's car is seen on surveillance footage again, this time turning into the parking garage of Holiday Inn Club Vacations in Orlando. He drives to the top level of the parking garage and gets out of his car around 9:42 a.m. A man matching Sterns's description is seen allegedly opening the trunk, walking around to the passenger seat, opening the door, and carrying what appears to be a "limp female body" to the trunk of the vehicle. At 9:44 a.m. the vehicle is seen on surveillance video leaving the parking garage and driving away. The Florida State Attorney's office release more than 900 pages of information showing how investigators, using surveillance videos and license plate readers tracked Stephan Sterns leaving an apartment complex in Kissimmee on the morning of February 26, and driving to an area of St. Cloud where Madeline Soto's body is found four days later. It remains unclear as to how Madeline Soto died. The Orange-Osceola State Attorney’s Office announced that it filed 60 counts against Sterns, including: Eight counts of Sexual Battery on a Child Under 12 Five counts of Sexual Battery with a Child, 12-18 Seven counts of Lewd or Lascivious Molestation 40 counts of Unlawful Possession of Materials Depicting Sexual Performance by a Child, 10 or More Stephan Sterns will face the death penalty if convicted of the murder of Madeline Soto.  JOINING NANCY GRACE TODAY:  Terasina Niles - Madeline's Aunt    Jarrett Ferentino – Pennsylvania Attorney/Homicide Prosecutor,; Facebook & Instagram: Jarrett Ferentino; Host: “True Crime Boss” Podcast Dr. Jorey Krawczyn – Police Psychologist, Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: Operation S.O.S. – Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide”  Joe Scott Morgan – Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, “Blood Beneath My Feet,” and Host: “Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan;” X: @JoScottForensic Shannon Butler - Investigative Reporter at WFTV-9 Florida See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.18.24

Crime Alert 06.18.24

2024-06-1808:38

Son sets father's house on fire, killing stepmom and three pets, because he wants their land. A Texas couple is unsure of who to call when they cross paths with a Kangaroo! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The man suspected in the bludgeoning death of Rachel Morin is no longer on the run. Harford Sheriff Jeff Gahler announced the arrest of Victor Antonio Martinez Hernandez, an undocumented migrant from El Salvador. Police say the 23-year-old is suspected of a murder in his home country and the rape and assault of a 9-year-old California girl and her mother.  Morin's body was found along the Ma & Pa Trail 10 months ago. DNA found at the crime scene matched a home invasion in Los Angeles, leading to the suspect's arrest in Oklahoma.  Joining Nancy Grace Today:  Matthew Mangino – Attorney, Former District Attorney (Lawrence County); Author: “The Executioner’s Toll: The Crimes, Arrests, Trials, Appeals, Last Meals, Final Words and Executions of 46 Persons in the United States” Caryn L. Stark – Psychologist, Renowned TV and Radio Trauma Expert and Consultant; Instagram: carynpsych/FB: Caryn Stark Private Practice Chris McDonough – Director at the Cold Case Foundation, Former Homicide Detective; Host of YouTube channel: “The Interview Room” Dr. Kendall Crowns – Chief Medical Examiner Tarrant County (Ft Worth) and Lecturer: University of Texas Austin and Texas Christian University Medical School Alexis Tereszcuk - CrimeOnline.com Investigative Reporter, Writer/Fact Checker at Lead Stories; X:@swimmie2009    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.17.24

Crime Alert 06.17.24

2024-06-1707:57

Teens burn down wrong home attempting to exact revenge on thief. Perp nearly avoids cops with this hiding spot.  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Imagine waking up inside a body bag, declared dead and transported to a funeral home, where you find yourself short of breath, BUT STILL BREATHING! In this episode of Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan we will explore something that is happening far more often than you think, people being declared dead, who wake up on a table in a funeral home!  And how to make sure you are not Buried Alive! Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Transcript Highlights  00:00:08 Introduction: worst nightmare come true  00:03:02 Discussion being buried alive   00:07:28 Talk about funeral homes  00:11:49 Discussion of hospice care nursing  00:16:29 Discussion of soldier Battle of the Bulge  00:20:24 Talk about forensic pathology  00:24:46 Discussion of dead body, signs of death  00:28:30 Discussion of death investigation  00:31:34 Talk about people declared dead, waking up in funeral home  00:34:16 Discussion of death and declaring someone dead  00:38:04 Conclusion: cautionary tale, death investigation is important See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jesse Lee Calhoun has been indicted on second-degree murder, charged in the death of 24-year-old Charity Lynn Perry, 31-year-old Bridget Leann Webster, and 32-year-old Joanna Speaks. Prosecutors say they’re still investigating the deaths of at least two additional women, Kristin Smith and Ashley Real. He’s also facing three charges of second-degree abuse of a corpse.  All three women were found dead under suspicious circumstances in wooded or secluded areas around Portland last year.  Detectives have linked the murders to a man granted early release from his sentence. Jesse Lee Calhoun, 38, was granted early release after he joined a group of inmates fighting devastating wildfires. Calhoun had been sentenced to four years in prison for felonies including burglary, unauthorized possession of a stolen vehicle, and injuring a police officer and a police dog as they attempted to arrest him. Calhoun's clemency has been revoked, and he is back behind bars.   Joining Nancy Grace Today: Jarrett Ferentino- Homicide Prosecutor, Facebook & Instagram: Jarrett Ferentino  Caryn Stark - Psychologist- Trauma and Crime Expert; Twitter: @carnpsych Sheryl McCollum - Cold Case Investigative Research Institute Founder; Host of new podcast, "Zone 7;" Twitter: @ColdCaseTips  Dr. Todd M. Barr - Board-Certified Anatomic/Clinical/Forensic Pathologist (Ohio); Testified in Shawn Grate serial killer case, and featured in "Thin Places: Essays From In Between" by Jordan Kisner Annette Newell - KXL News, Host of "Speaking Freely with Annette Newell;" Alpha Media USA (based in Portland, Oregon); Twitter: @AnnetteNewell16       See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the way to Bridgerton City Park in southern New Jersey, Noema Alavez Perez takes her children, Dulce Maria Alavez, 5, and her 3-year-old brother to get ice cream. Once at the park, the children play on the swings as Noema is in her car about 30 yards away helping her sister with homework on the phone. Seeing her son crying by the swings, Perez walks toward him to find out what is going on and finds someone has thrown his ice cream on the ground, noticing Dulce is not on the swings with her brother. No longer concerned about her sons' ice cream, Noema Perez begins scanning the park for Dulce. Noema Alavez Perez was about 30 yards away from her children playing on swings in the park, and when she couldn't find Dulce for a few minutes, she thought her daughter was hiding, trying to be funny. Dulce has never run off before, but Perez doesn't see her anywhere in the park. Asking everyone standing near the basketball court if they have seen Dulce Maria Alavez, she hears several stories of the 5-year-old running behind houses with two different men and another child.  Living every parent's biggest nightmare, Perez calls 911 to report her daughter missing in the park. JOINING NANCY TODAY: Noema Alavez - Mother of Dulce Alavez   Brenda Trinadad - Family friend and advocate for Dulce Alavez Kathleen Murphy – North Carolina Family Attorney  Dr. Chloe Carmichael – Clinical Psychologist, Women’s Health Magazine Advisory Board;’ Author: ‘Nervous Energy: Harness The Power of Your Anxiety;’ X: @DrChloe  Irv Brandt – (Retired) US Marshals Service International Investigations Branch, Author: “GOING SOLO: The Gospel of Luke,” and “SOLO JOURNEY: Buddha Knights;” X: @JackSoloAuthor Claudia Vargas -  Investigative Reporter at NBC10 Philadelphia; Documentary “Somebody Knows Something: The Disappearance of Dulce” is now steaming on Peacock; X: @ByClaudiaVargas   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.14.24

Crime Alert 06.14.24

2024-06-1408:42

Scorned student kills professor who gave him a bad grade. Senior on senior battery over water usage!  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Boston PD Officer John O’Keefe, 46, finds love with financial analyst Karen Read, 44, who lectures at Bently University while also working for Fidelity Investments. Read moves into O’Keefe’s home during their two-year relationship, but it’s not always smooth sailing for the couple. O’Keefe’s niece and nephew hear loud arguments between Read and their uncle with increasing frequency. Friends who join the couple on a trip to Aruba report a blow-out fight between Read and O’Keefe during the vacation. On a snowy January evening, John O’Keefe and girlfriend, Karen Read have dinner in downtown Canton. Around 10:45 the couple walks down the street to Waterfall Bar and Grille to meet up with friends. The group has several rounds at the bar until its midnight closing. As the group shuffles outside, Brian and Nicole Albert invite the group back to their home, where their son is celebrating his 23rd birthday with friends. John O’Keefe and Karen Read plan to join them. With a cocktail glass still in his hand, O’Keefe gets into Read’s car with her. On the way to Brian Albert’s after party, Karen Read and John O’Keefe are locked in an intense argument. The couple sits in Read’s car outside the Albert’s home fighting, and they decide to part ways for the evening. Karen Read lets John O’Keefe out of the car, and heads back to their house, expecting her boyfriend to find his own way home.  Just before 5 AM, Karen Read wakes up and quickly realizes boyfriend, John O’Keefe isn’t in their home or answering his phone.  Read paces down a hallway while she speaks with Jennifer McCabe and O’Keefe’s friend Kerry Roberts. O’Keefe’s niece overhears Read ask, ‘What if I did something? What if a snowplow hit him?’ Read tells Roberts, ‘I don't remember anything from last night, we drank so much I don't remember anything.’ How did John O'Keefe die?  JOINING NANCY GRACE TODAY   Tim Jansen - Criminal defense Lawyer and Former Federal Prosecutor; Legal Analyst for Tallahassee Democrat’s Newspaper, www.jansenlawoffice.com  Dr. Bethany Marshall – Psychoanalyst (Beverly Hills); X: @DrBethanyLive/ Instagram & TikTok: drbethanymarshall; Appearing in “Paris in Love” on Peacock; BOOK: “Deal Breaker: When to work on a relationship and when to walk away”  Sheryl McCollum – Cold Case Investigative Research Institute Founder; Host of Podcast, “Zone 7 “ Dr. Kendall Crowns – Chief Medical Examiner Tarrant County (Ft Worth) and Lecturer: University of Texas Austin and Texas Christian University Medical School Lauren Conlin – Investigative Journalist, Host of The Outlier Podcast, and also Host of “Corruption: What Happened to Grant Solomon; X- @Conlin_Lauren/ Instagram- @LaurenEmilyConlin/YouTube- @LaurenConlin4   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.13.24

Crime Alert 06.13.24

2024-06-1308:25

UPS Driver shoots co-worker and childhood friend dead. Woman lives in grocery store sign for a year! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alec Baldwin announces a new family reality show that will air on TLC. The video teaser offers a glimpse into the Baldwin family, with seven young children and a marriage with a 25-year age gap between the couple. The announcement is just in time for the July start of Baldwin's manslaughter trial. Baldwin’s attorneys have planned their defense around convicted armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed not testifying against Alec Baldwin at trial. If the defense can prevent Gutierrez-Reed from testifying, Baldwin's team can use her own words and conviction to lay the blame for the shooting squarely on her shoulders. Baldwin's team also claims that anything Gutierrez-Reed would offer is already available in her previous statements, and giving her immunity from prosecution and the freedom to claim whatever she wants could be highly prejudicial to their case. Meanwhile, Alec Baldwin is facing a second lawsuit involving the movie "Rust". Baldwin is accused of assault and battery, infliction of emotional distress, and the lawsuit accuses an even larger group of crew members of negligence. The lawsuit filed by Halyna Hutchins’ parents and sister, as well as the script supervisor on the movie, Mamie Mitchell, who was standing next to Halyna Hutchins when she was shot.  Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, already found guilty of involuntary manslaughter as the armorer on the movie set, is also named in this lawsuit. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents Hutchins' parents and sister in a civil suit against Baldwin, claims the new reality show is a calculated public relations move to influence the jury pool in New Mexico, making Baldwin out to be a compassionate family man. Joining Nancy Grace Today:  Darryl Cohen – Former Assistant District Attorney (Fulton County, Georgia) Former Assistant State Attorney (Florida), and Defense Attorney: Cohen, Cooper, Estep, & Allen, LLC; Facebook: “Darryl B Cohen;” X: @DarrylBCohen Dr. John Delatorre –  Licensed Psychologist and Mediator (specializing in forensic psychology); Psychological Consultant to Project Absentis: a nonprofit organization that searches for missing persons; X, IG, and TikTok – @drjohndelatorre Johonniuss Chemweno – Film and TV Safety Expert – CEO, VIP StarNetwork; X: @johonniuss_j Paul Szych – Former Police Commander; Author: “StopHimFromKillingThem” on Amazon Kindle; X: @WorkplaceThreat;  Screen Actors Guild-Eligible Actor Kayla Brantley  -  Reporter-At-Large for DailyMail.com, X: @_KaylaBrantley, Instagram: @KaylaBrantley   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.12.24

Crime Alert 06.12.24

2024-06-1208:48

Man pretends to be roadside assistance, sex assaults waiting victim. Woman tries to steal a car during a test drive! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Geoffrey Hauptman kisses his wife goodbye as he leaves for work. Moments later, he calls Betsy Hauptman telling her to lock the doors and check on the children because someone’s passed out in the front yard. As he calls 911, Betsy Hauptman goes from room to room, locating 5 of 6 children. Timothy is missing. Betsy Hauptman meets her husband at the front door, hysterically explaining she can’t find Timothy. With tears in his eyes, Geoffrey Hauptman shakes his head at his wife, and she screams. The body in the front yard is Timothy, dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Security cameras show Timothy sitting in the family car in the driveway for two hours the night before, frantically scrolling on his cellphone. Sumter, South Carolina PD, collected Timothy’s phone and his school Chromebook. Just before his death, Timothy changed the passcode on his phone, so detectives focused on the task of unlocking it. Betsy Hauptman tells Detective Kelsey Wade that Timothy mainly communicated over Snapchat, and Wade issues a subpoena for the teen’s account. Eleven weeks go by with no answers, despite Hauptman calling twice a week. Wade finally informs Hauptman investigators that they are submitting a second Snapchat subpoena, along with a subpoena for Timothy’s Cash App activity. A month later, Sumter PD unearthed dozens of suicide notes addressed to family and friends. They also find an extensive call and text record with an unsaved phone number with a New York area code. The texts included links to a second Snapchat account Timothy used. Messages on that account reveal Timothy sent a stranger $35 a day to prevent them from posting an explicit photo of him online. One of Timothy’s last messages begged the stranger to stop, reading, “Please, I’m just a child.” Joining Nancy Grace Today:  Betsy Hauptman  - Timothy Barnett's Mother Joe Cunningham - Victim's Family Lawyer  Titania Jordan – BARK CMO Chief Marketing Officer/Chief Parenting Office Detective Rich Wistocki: Child Crime Expert, President of BeSure Consulting (30 years), 23-year SWAT team member; Formed the Will County Illinois States Attorney’s High Technology Crimes Unit that made over 90 sexual predator arrests in its first 3 ½ years.  Ashley Jones - Reporter and Anchor WIS News 10 in South Carolina See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.11.24

Crime Alert 06.11.24

2024-06-1108:51

Missouri homeowner facing eviction kills court employee delivering the news, and cop responding to the first shooting. This perp isn't the average trespasser!  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Seraya Aung Harmon's mother, Samara Harmon, joins us on today's "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace." Samara Harmon and Aaron Aung welcome a daughter, Seraya in early May 2022. While the parents split shortly after Seraya’s birth, they share custody of the happy toddler with a big personality. When Seraya is about 18 months old, Aung proposes to his new girlfriend, Nadia Cole. On June 3, Samara Harmon drives to the exchange location to pick up daughter Seraya from her father, Aaron Aung. When Aung doesn’t arrive 30 minutes later, he starts to worry. Aung isn’t answering her calls or texts. Harmon reaches out to Aung’s parents, who inform her that Aung planned to take Seraya camping at Flathead Lake, Montana for the week. Harmon discovers Aung’s fiancé is also unaccounted for, and immediately reports her daughter missing. Aaron Aung’s fiancé, Nadia Cole, sets out to join her family for a planned trip to Italy, to celebrate her recent graduation from Washington State University. Aung stays behind to pick up his daughter Seraya from Pullman for their week together. The Cole family makes it to their gate at Seattle’s SeaTac airport, and Nadia leaves her luggage with them while she runs to the restroom. She never returns. Just after 3 p.m., surveillance video shows Cole hastily leaving the airport,  getting on a light rail train to downtown Seattle, and appearing distressed.   JOINING NANCY TODAY:  Samara Harmon - Seraya's Mom Tara Malek – Bosie, ID, Attorney & Co-owner of Smith + Malek; Former State and Federal Prosecutor; X: @smith_malek Dr. Angela Arnold – Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA. Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University, Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital Jason Jensen – Private Investigator (Jensen Private Investigations), Cold Case Expert (Salt Lake City, UT), and Co-founder: “Cold Case Coalition;” Investigations; X: @JasonJPI, Facebook/Instagram: “Jensen Investigations” Lauren Conlin – Investigative Journalist, Host of The Outlier Podcast, and also Host of “Corruption: What Happened to Grant Solomon; X- @Conlin_Lauren/ Instagram- @LaurenEmilyConlin/YouTube- @LaurenConlin4 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 06.10.24

Crime Alert 06.10.24

2024-06-1007:53

Girl escapes attempted bus stop kidnapping. Customer commits assault by chocolate egg.  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brazilian Au Pair, Juliana Peres Magalhaes and her charge leave the Banfields' Fairfax County, Virginia home but turn around when Peres Magalhaes realizes she forgot their bagged lunches.  Arriving at the house, the au pair sees a car she doesn't recognize and a man she doesn't know entering the house. Confused, she calls her employer, Brendan Banfield, who tells her to stay in the car, that he will be right there. Banfield is at the house in minutes, and they enter the house together. The au pair takes her 4-year-old charge to the basement. Brendan Banfield goes upstairs to find his wife.  Banfield finds his wife, Christine, nude, and a man he doesn't know, holding a knife to her throat. Banfield tells the man to put the knife down, but he starts stabbing the 37-year-old mother. Brendan Banfield carries a gun as an IRS Special Agent, and he draws his service revolver shooting the man in the head. The intruder is wounded and down on the ground. Banfield calls for Peres Magalhaes telling her to get his personal gun, a Glock, out of the bathroom safe. At Banfield's direction, shoots Joseph Ryan in the heart as he is lying on the ground.    Police say it appeared that Christine Banfield had been posted on an adult fetish website., but investigators say they believe it was all a ruse. Someone else created the profile on the Adult Fetish website, pretending to be Christine Banfield.  In fact, investigators believe Ryan's murder was part of an elaborate plan to kill Christine Banfield so her husband, Brendan, and their Brazilian live-in Au Pair, could be together.  Investigators found pictures of Banfield and the au pair together in the Banfield bedroom, and Peres Magalhaes' clothes were found hanging in Banfield's closet, not her own.    Joining Nancy Grace: Amanda Rieman - Virginia Attorney, AC RIEMAN LAW; IG: @acriemanlaw  Barry Golden– Former Senior Inspector for the U.S. Marshals Service, Owner of Golden Consulting and Investigations Dr. Heidi Green – Clinical Psychologist, Trauma Specialist,  and Author: ‘The Path to Self-Love and World Domination; IG: @drheidigreen Dr. Jan Gorniak – Medical Examiner, Clark County Office of the Coroner/Medical Examiner (Las Vegas, NV), Board Certified Forensic Pathologist Alexis Tereszcuk – CrimeOnline.com Investigative Reporter, Writer/Fact Checker for Lead Stories; X: @swimmie2009 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The autopsy of Noah Presgrove is released and for the first time in the history of Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan, Joe is going to issue you a warning for what you are about to hear. Noah Presgrove is at a birthday, end of summer, labor day party with friends all weekend. But something happened Sunday night to cause Noah to leave the party by himself. He is found the next morning at 5:53am, alone, dead, on the side of a rural highway. He is naked except for a pair of shoes, but one of the shoes isn't his, it belongs to a guy asleep at the house where the party took place. The "friends" he has known all of his life aren't talking. His brother sees teeth scattered near his brother's body and pieces of chain. Who or What killed Noah Presgrove? Will the autopsy help answer the question? Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Transcript Highlights 00:00:08 Introduction: Growing up in rural area  00:03:10 Talk about List of Injuries  00:05:17 Discussion of group dynamics  00:09:12 Discussion of what happens to clothing   00:12:27 Talk about social media evidence  00:16:11 Discussion of internal injuries  00:20:26 Discussion of injuries cased by falling out of a truck   00:24:14 Talk about skull fractures  00:28:32 Discussion of brain fluid  00:32:52 Discussion of broke teeth  00:36:03 Talk about animals and body on road  00:37:52 Discussion of cervical injuries  00:40:00 Discussion of abrasions  00:41:47 Talk about being hit by car  00:43:59 Discussion of data  00:44:17 Conclusion; After the autopsy we still don’t have answers See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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ID23422731

It wasn’t an ice chest. It was a freezer.

May 25th
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Sayda Pervin Nipa

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Apr 19th
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Jeri Shire

The sad thing, too, is that there is a market for his stuff!

Mar 30th
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alliance micle

Excited to tune in! Nancy Grace always brings her A-game when it comes to unraveling the mysteries behind shocking crimes and for more details come in: https://tyreandcar.com/.

Mar 2nd
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Jenny Birdwell Jackson

Richard Allen is bridge guy. This case is a circus and has gotten ridiculous. Ron freaking Logan didn't kill Abby and Libby.

Feb 23rd
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GD

Wait until Nancy hears about myocarditis & blood clots caused by the cocid vax...making young healthy teens & athletes die suddenly 🤔 She'll hit the roof since she vaxxed her kids, and she will want to know how this could happen even though so many of us were screaming from the rooftops only to be called crazy conspiracy theorists.

Feb 20th
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Denise Nichols

Oh sweet Jesus ! I had to stop this and regroup several times. How could that woman hear the screams from that precious baby and walk away puting baby in a crib. There has to be a break in in the brain of reality

Feb 13th
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Melinda Smith

I can't wait to hear this. I hope Nancy Grace goes off her head after hearing this "BS". Laci and Connor can't even rest in peace ❤️

Jan 23rd
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GD

ugh. there is no such thing as an assault rifle 🙄

Jan 13th
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allengrey

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Jan 10th
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Gemma Fennessy

Nancy! how have u not covered the case with the pregnant woman&man found dead in car after missing person report? and that arrests have been made? love ur podcast its my fav! but lately you haven't been covering the most obvious stories this 1 is just an example but i know that people would to hear ur questions and panelists opinions! Thanks for a great podcast hope to have episode on this case soon

Jan 5th
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Nicole Bouse

Something is just not adding up with her story. I feel like there is embellishments and exaggerated situations to fit the narrative. To me it seems like normal teenagers that broke some rules and don't want to face the consequences.

Dec 1st
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Brandy Porter

amazing episode...ty for doing ur best to advise them

Nov 30th
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Aakash Amanat

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Oct 25th
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Sharon Trujillo

I'm tired of Nancy comparing killers to innocent animals like hyenas or she compared Calavcante to a spider or a snake! Don't compare these EVIL KILLERS TO ANYTHING! They are just EVIL HUMANS and that's that!

Sep 14th
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Sharon Trujillo

I CANNOT stand when Nancy is mean to her panel because she is in a bad mood or doesn't like what she is hearing! It just ruins the entire episode! She needs to take a step back and act a little more professional because the panel isn't the ones who are doing what she doesn't like

Sep 5th
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Nicole R

trump did what hilter did to get people on "his side"

Aug 21st
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Aakash Amanat

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Aug 19th
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Zsazsa

Nancy, you are so rude!! Why ask Joe Scott Morgan to be on this episode if your intentions are to interrupt him and go off on a tangent about some other case? There's 33 minutes of interruptions, and it's all annoying.

Jul 7th
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GD

this didn't age well...of course some of us knew masks didn't stop a spread of anything but killing brain cells...

Jul 2nd
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