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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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As morning news anchor for KIMV TV, Jodi Huisentruit normally arrives by 3:30 AM. to prepare to go on at 6 AM. When Huisentruit doesn't arrive at the studio by 4 a.m. producer Amy Kuns calls the 27-year-old, apparently waking her up. Huisentruit says she is heading to the station right away. Huisentruit doesn't arrive at the station. Other calls made to her phone go unanswered. At 6 AM producer Amy Kuns fills in on-air for Huisentruit and when she finishes,  she calls the police asking for a welfare check.  At 7:16 AM police are at Huisentruit's apartment complex where they find her red Mazda Miata in the parking lot. A pair of red women’s dress shoes, a blow dryer, bottle of hair spray, car keys and earrings are scattered beside the car, along with a bent car key. There are signs of a struggle. Police begin a missing persons investigation.    JOINING NANCY TODAY:  Tammara "Tammy" Baker - friend Wendy Patrick - California prosecutor, President and Founder of Black Swan Verdicts, author: "Why Bad Looks Good", wendypatrickphd.com, ‘Today with Dr. Wendy’ on KCBQ in San Diego, Twitter: @WendyPatrickPHD Steve Ridge - Private Investigator   Dr. Heidi Green - Clinical Psychologist, Trauma specialist, Author: ‘The Path to Self-Love and World Domination, www.drheidigreen.com, IG: @drheidigreen   Tara Gettman - Former anchor & reporter at KIMT   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.19.24

Crime Alert 07.19.24

2024-07-1907:48

Man busted for fixing his car while teen girl dies from crash. Escort turns to chase as police realize erratic ambulance is stolen.  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Russell and Shirley Dermond live in a beautiful lakefront property, Lake Oconee, Georgia. The couple is expected at a Kentucky Derby watch party with neighbors, but don’t show up. When the neighbors reach out by phone, the Dermonds don’t answer. Days later, arriving at the Dermond’s home, the neighbor is surprised to find the front door unlocked. The neighbor calls out their names to no reply.   The neighbor looks in the garage to see if the Dermond’s car is there. The neighbor discovers Russell Dermond laying on the garage floor, decapitated.  The neighbor calls 911, racing around the house looking for Shirley Dermond, but she is nowhere to be found.   Investigators begin a neighborhood search and beyond for Shirley Dermond, without success.  The search lasts for 10 days until two fishermen find her body in lake Oconee. Shirley Dermond has been dumped in the lake with cinder blocks tied to her legs. Her body is recovered about 5 miles from the Dermond home near the dam.  Joining Nancy Grace Today:  Sheriff Howard Sills - Putnam County Sheriff Dr. Kristen Mittelman- Chief Development Officer, Othram Inc., Othram.com, DNAsolves.com;; X @OthramTech  Joe Scott Morgan – Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, “Blood Beneath My Feet,” and Host: “Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan;” X: @JoScottForensic Dr. John Delatorre –  Licensed Psychologist and Mediator (specializing in forensic psychology); Psychological Consultant to Project Absentis: a nonprofit organization that searches for missing persons; Twitter, IG, and TikTok – @drjohndelatorre Cody Alcorn – Reporter, 11Alive WXIA (Atlanta, GA); Facebook.com/CodyAlcornNews  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.18.24

Crime Alert 07.18.24

2024-07-1806:42

Attempted car thief doesn't expect a fight from the owner. Make sure to keep your receipts! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ronald Cummings leaves his two children in the care of his live-in girlfriend while he works into the early morning hours.  Arriving home just after 3 AM, Misty Croslin tells him she awoke to use the restroom and can't find Haleigh, 5, anywhere in the house. Croslin points to a backdoor propped open with a brick and tells Ronald the back door was shut and locked when they went to bed.  Ronald Cummings tells Misty Croslin to call 911.  She tells 911 dispatch when she awoke around 3 am to go to the bathroom, she realizes Haleigh is gone and the back door of the trailer is open, and a brick is placed to keep the door propped open. Haleigh is described as a curly headed girl between 40 and 60 pounds wearing pajamas. The dispatcher instructs Misty Croslin and Ronald Cummings not to touch the back door anymore, as K9s are on the way to see if they can pick up Haleigh's scent.   Investigators begin interviewing Misty Croslin as a search team begins looking around the trailer and surrounding areas, including a nearby pond. Ronald Cummings is at work when Haleigh disappears, and he is quickly eliminated as a suspect, but his live-in girlfriend, 17-year-old Misty Croslin, claims she is sleeping in the same room with Haleigh and her little brother when the girl disappears.  Investigators believe Misty Croslin is not giving them the full story.  JOINING NANCY GRACE TODAY: John Merchant - Forner Lead Detective in Haleigh Cummings Case    Ron Cummings - Father Terry Shoemaker - Lawyer for Ron Cummings  Robert Hardwick - St. Johns County Sheriff, Former Assistant Chief Investigator for State Attorney Office that investigated Haleigh Cummings case Dr. Shari Schwartz – Forensic Psychologist (Specializing in Capital Mitigation and Victim Advocacy); Author: “Criminal Behavior” and “Where Law and Psychology Intersect: Issues in Legal Psychology;” X: @TrialDoc”  Dave Mack - Reporter, Crime Online See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.17.24

Crime Alert 07.17.24

2024-07-1706:48

Merchant Marine academy student strangles mom over eviction notice. This driver has an interesting way of expressing his road rage.  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brian Shaffer makes the 30-minute drive from Columbus to celebrate the start of Spring Break with a steak dinner at his father’s house. Over dinner, Brian excitedly discusses his upcoming vacation to Miami with girlfriend, Alexis Waggoner. According to family, Brian plans to propose. Brian also mentions his plans to go out that evening with his former roommate, William “Clint” Florence. At 9:00 p.m, Brian Shaffer meets up with Clint Florence at the Ugly Tuna Saloona, a popular college bar on the second floor of the Gateway Building. Around 10:00 PM, Shaffer calls his girlfriend, Alexis Waggoner to check in before he and Florence leave for another bar in the Arena district. Shaffer and Florence each have a shot at several bars before meeting up with Florence’s friend, Meredith Reed, around midnight. The group heads back to the Ugly Tuna in Reed’s car for one last round. At 1:15 aa.m., Shaffer, Florence, and Reed head up the Gateway Building’s escalator to the Ugly Tuna and partake in one more round of shots while listening to the band. Shaffer gives Florence and Reed some time alone, and chats with two women just outside the bar until 1:55 a.m. Just 5 minutes later, the bar is closing and masses of patrons head down the escalator, but Florence and Reed can’t find Shaffer. The pair eventually assumes that Shaffer went home, likely walking to his off-campus apartment just six blocks away. Saturday morning, Alexis Waggoner calls her boyfriend to nail down some final plans for their upcoming vacation. It goes straight to Brian Shaffer’s voicemail, but Waggoner assumes Shaffer is sleeping off the night before.  That afternoon, a second call from Waggoner goes to voicemail. Shaffer isn’t answering his father either. On Sunday, Derek Shaffer heads to his brother’s apartment. Brian’s car is parked outside, and nothing’s amiss inside his apartment, but no Brian. Monday morning, Brian Shaffer doesn’t show at the airport. Randy Shaffer immediately reports his son missing. Investigators immediately look to surveillance footage at the Gateway building.  Shaffer is last seen walking off camera toward the Tuna’s entrance—but Shaffer never comes back down the escalator. Shaffer isn’t caught outside the building at an emergency exit, either. It appears Shaffer never left the building. The only other exit from the second floor is a service door not meant for public use. The service door leads to an area of the building under construction, where a temporary freight elevator is installed, but climbing down the service ladder would have been tough for a sober person, much less an intoxicated one. Surveillance cameras from nearby bars also should have spotted Shaffer leaving from that first floor exit. Columbus police search garbage that left the Gateway building, the sewers below, and use dogs to comb a miles-wide radius. There’s no sign of Brian Shaffer. 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” Steve Fischer  – Missing Persons Private Investigator, Search & Rescue Specialist, & Owner of Search Investigations; X: @SF_Investigates (helping in the search for Riley) 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 Todd G. Shipley, CFE, CFCE– Cyber Crime Expert, and Author: “Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace;” X: @webcase Sydney Sumner - CrimeOnline Investigative Reporter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.16.24

Crime Alert 07.16.24

2024-07-1606:58

Road rage argument ends in machete attack. Florida cops chase down a suspect trying to escape through a second story window! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Skyline Elementary School in northwest Portland Oregon is having their annual science fair so the school is opened about 30-minutes earlier than normal to allow parents and students to see the different projects created by the students. Arriving at Skyline just after 8 a.m., Kyron Horman and his stepmother, Terri Horman, go to his classroom and drop off his coat and backpack. Kyron then shows his stepmother his exhibit called "The Red-Eyed Tree Frog".  The two walk around the classes looking at other students' projects and see many other parents and children who have arrived early for the science fair. Terri Horman volunteers her time helping Kryon's teacher, Kristina Porter, and Porter sees Kyron and Terri Horman in Kyron's classroom that morning and another teacher sees Kyron and Terri in another classroom before the 8:45 a.m. school bell rings   As Terry Horman leaves the school, she sees Kyron walking down a hallway toward his classroom inside Skyline Elementary. Kyron has already placed his bookbag and coat in Miss Porter's classroom when he first arrived for the science fair.  Miss Porter starts her class as like every day, then reading group, then recess, then lunch. Around 3pm the children, tired from a busy day, get on the bus to go home.   Kyron Horman's father Kaine is at home getting his daughter ready to meet Kyron's bus after school.  When Kyron doesn't get off the bus, Kaine Horman assumes there is confusion and Kyron is waiting to be picked up at school. The bus driver calls the school to see if Kyron is waiting to be picked up and finds out from the front office that Kyron has been marked absent, he hasn't been at school all day.    Investigators build a timeline quickly as they search for Kryon Horman. The 7-year-old arrives at school with his stepmother, Terri Horman, around 8 a.m. for the Science Fair. Kyron and his stepmother see teachers and other parents touring the classes, and Terri Horman says goodbye to Kyron in the hallway that goes toward his classroom at 8:45 a.m. near the south entrance of the school.  Investigators say Kyron is seen by one more person around 9 a.m. but they will not identify the individual.  JOINING NANCY TODAY:  Kaine Horman -  Dad of Kyron Horman    Jarrett Ferentino – Pennsylvania Attorney/Homicide Prosecutor; Facebook & Instagram: Jarrett Ferentino; Host: “True Crime Boss” Podcast   Dr. Shari Schwartz – Forensic Psychologist (Specializing in Capital Mitigation and Victim Advocacy); Author: “Criminal Behavior” and “Where Law and Psychology Intersect: Issues in Legal Psychology;” X: @TrialDoc”  Dan Corsentino – Former Police Chief, Former Sheriff, Served on US Homeland Security Senior Advisory Board, Private Investigator Annette Newel – KXL News and Host, “Speaking Freely with Annette Newell,” Alpha Media USA (based in Portland, Oregon); X: @AnnetteNewell16 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The thoroughness of a prosecutor can make or break how a case unfolds in court. And it can take a prosecutor to explain why a case led to a conviction or failed to do so.  Enter "The Prosecutors"  podcast. Alice and Brett pool their experiences as prosecutors to dive into some of the country's most followed cases.  In this episode, Alice and Brett compiles the evidence, presenting the case for why Scott Peterson is guilty of murdering his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son, Conner.   Subscribe to The Prosecutors: https://podfollow.com/1513765512See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.15.24

Crime Alert 07.15.24

2024-07-1507:55

Elderly woman severely injured by caretaker's 40 wolf-dogs. Attempted plane thief asks for instructions to fly.  For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Six years before he became known as the Day Trader who went on a murderous rampage, Mark Barton was the suspect in the death of his first wife and her mother while they were camping at a lake in North Alabama. Today, Joseph Scott Morgan shares  personal memories of working the homicides in Atlanta, as well as breaking down the murders of Mark Barton’s first wife and her mother in the camper, and his second wife and children in their apartment.. Dave Mack fills in the back-story on how Mark Barton may have gotten away with murder and child molestation, but he couldn’t escape himself.     Transcript Highlights  00:00:08 Introduction of geography, family killer, mass murderer  00:02:46 Discussion of Mark Barton  00:07:21 Discussion of murderers and weapons  00:11:44 Talk about day traders in Atlanta  00:16:04 Discussion of murder in camper trailer on lake  00:21:17 Discussion of “robber” that left behind cash and jewelry  00:26:26 Talk about blood in the Camper  00:31:02 Discussion of Mark Barton cheating on his wife  00:35:57 Discussion of timeline of family murders and Buckhead massacre  00:39:49 Discussion of Barton killing second wife and children with a hammer  00:43:06 Discussion of murders at Momentum and All-Tech  00:46:20 Conclusion, Barton shoots himself in the head   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Keith Papini was shocked to find out his wife's kidnapping was actually a hoax.   The 39-year-old mom Sherri Papini was reported missing and told investigators when she was found 22 days later that a pair of Hispanic women kidnapped her at gunpoint.  Papini said her kidnappers abused her and then shoved her out of a car. Papini was emaciated, her hair was cut shorter, and she had cuts and bruises all over her body, but prosecutors said she caused the injuries herself. The case was broken in 2020 when DNA led investigators to Papini’s ex, who told them she had been with him the entire time.  Federal prosecutors charged Papini with 34 counts of mail fraud and one count of making false statements. Papini accepted a plea deal but didn't explain why she created an elaborate kidnapping hoax, although she apologized for her actions. Since her arrest, Papini's husband has started divorce proceedings,  and Sherri Papini soon begins her jail sentence.  Now, Sherri Papini, who is in a custody battle with ex-husband, is demanding he pay her $30,000 legal fees. Papini is now living with her new boyfriend in a $755,000 home, and   driving a brand-new Jeep SUV. Papini also want more access to her children.  Papini  says she only makes $1,000 a month and has to pay half of that in rent.   The convicted hoaxer is also demanding Keith Papini, hand of other items from their marital home including ‘Grandpa’s truck, an inflatable water slide, a leaf blower and a smart TV.' Joining Nancy Grace Today: Wendy Patrick - California prosecutor, author “Red Flags” www.wendypatrickphd.com 'Today with Dr. Wendy' on KCBQ in San Diego, Twitter: @WendyPatrickPHD Dr. Angela Arnold - Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA, AngelaArnoldMD.com, 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, Voted "My Buckhead's Best Psychiatric Practice of 2022" Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet", Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan" Mona Kay - Private Investigator, "Mona K Investigations" (Omaha, NE), Twitter: @monakay  Dave Mack - Crime Online Investigative Reporter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jack O'Kelley is a stand-out athlete throughout his youth and into high school, where he letters all four years in Lacrosse and football.  He's also a member of the National English Honor Society. Thanksgiving morning, Jack's family gets ready to celebrate the holiday, his dad calls Jack to come home. No answer. He calls the family friends where Jack spent the night. The parents invite Jack's father to come over, the boys are still asleep.   So he drives over and a few minutes later, the dad calls his wife in a panic.   Jack is dead. An autopsy finds that Jack had overdosed.  Mother Angela King thinks her son, Jack O'Kelley, swallowed what he believed was a Xanax pill, not knowing it is counterfeit and contained a deadly amount of Fentanyl. This is just one of multiple tragic stories involving fentanyl. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Angela King - Mother of Jack O'Kelley Ray Giudice - Criminal Defense Attorney in Atlanta; X: @raygiudice   Tom Smith -  Former NYPD Detective, Co-Host of the GOLD SHIELDS Podcast/FB & Instagram: @thegoldshieldshow   Dr. William Morrone – Chief Medical Examiner, Bay County, Michigan; Author: “American Narcan: Naloxone & Heroin-Fentanyl Associated Mortality” Dave Mack - Crime Online Investigative Reporter   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.12.24

Crime Alert 07.12.24

2024-07-1208:00

Cop shocked during traffic stop by driver wearing "Jason" mask. Paranoid homeowner shoots down delivery drone! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hillary Ellington, a mother of three, is swept off her feet by Dr. Ben Brown, a renown plastic surgeon.  After just one year dating, the couple marries in June 2022. Their relationship’s described as very “touchy-feely,” but volatile. Ellington has several plastic surgeries performed by her husband.  She is set to go under her husband’s knife again for several procedures at the same time. Dr. Ben Brown prepares for an abdominal scar revision, bilateral arm liposuction, an ear adjustment, and lip injections in his office, while Ellington prepares her own anesthetic. Without supervision, Ellington mixes lidocaine into two IV bags, and takes a ‘handful’ of pills including Valium, Tramadol ], Cefadroxil, Zofran, and Versed. Before starting the procedures, Brown asks a nurse to give Ellington another dose of Versed, and asks a second nurse to prepare a bowl of undiluted Xylocaine.  Brown injects both of Ellington’s self-made IV bags and the Xylocaine into his wife, then gets to work on the abdominal scar revision. Nurses notice Ellington’s feet twitching. Brown continues on to the liposuction in Ellington’s arms, then injects more Xylocaine into Ellington’s face for the upcoming ear adjustment and lip fillers. Ellington tells her husband that her vision is blurring, and she ‘sees orange.’ Brown administers more Xylocaine in Ellington’s face, when his wife suddenly starts seizing, and goes into cardiac arrest. Medical assistants ask Brown if they should call 911, and Brown tells them ‘no,’ hopeful to stabilize Ellington on his own. However, there is no oxygen or a defibrillator on hand in the office. Nurses repeatedly ask to call 911, and after 20 minutes of telling staff to wait, Brown finally agrees. First responders take over CPR and intubate Ellington before she is rushed to Ascension Sacred Heart’s Emergency room in cardiac arrest with suspected lidocaine toxicity. Ellington is stabilized with life support.  A week after her admittance, Ellington is removed from life support and her organs are donated. After Hillary Ellington’s death, several former patients come forward with “horror stories” about their experiences with Dr. Ben Brown. Many report their abdominal wounds opening after stitches were removed, leaving them with gaping holes tunneling down to the muscle wall. Several patients who received breast implants from Brown were left with huge scars, nerve damage, infections, and many ultimately had the implants removed entirely by new surgeons. Former employees also claim the office used unsanitary cleaning procedures, and unlicensed individuals would often prepare anesthetics. After a nearly six-month investigation into ‘Restore’ after Hillary Ellington’s death, the Florida Department of Health issues an emergency order restricting Dr. Ben Brown’s medical license. Brown is restricted to only performing surgery under the supervision of a licensed surgeon at a licensed hospital. A month after the Department of Health’s emergency order, Brown is also criminally charged with second-degree murder by negligence for causing his wife’s death by over medicating her. Brown turns himself in, posts a $50,000 bond, and is released. Joining Nancy Grace Today:  Marty Ellington - Hillary’s Father Brandi Fitzsimmons - Former Patient of Dr. Ben Brown   Robert Crispin – Private Investigator, Former Federal Task Force Officer for United States Department of Justice, DEA and Miami Field Division, Former Homicide and Crimes Against Children Investigator, “Crispin Special Investigations” CrispinInvestigations.com, Facebook: Crispin Special Investigations, Inc. Dr. Terry J. Dubrow MD, F.A.C.S. – “Botched” and “7 Year Stitch” on E!; Author: “Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig Present The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need to the Best Anti-Aging Treatments,” “The Dubrow Diet: Interval Eating to Lose Weight and Feel Ageless,” and “The Dubrow Ket Fusion Diet;” Instagram/X@drdubrow Mollye Barrows  - Journalist and Reporter for Pensacola News Journal, Host of the Podcast “Gulf Coast Confidential”, X: @MollyeBV  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, we'd like to direct your attention to The Megyn Kelly Show. In this podcast episode, Megyn Kelly shares a personal fraud experience involving her mother-in-law and husband. With help from her family and Steve, a whale-watching guide from Cape Cod, she unravels the mystery. Hear Kelly's conversation with the scammer,  and get insights on how to avoid similar scams yourself from security expert Bill Stanton    Subscribe to The Megyn Kelly Show:   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0awxEJH88Xur0GHXuteBLw?si=UYTJl1P6TQippmzAu3f69g&nd=1 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-megyn-kelly-show/id1532976305See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.11.24

Crime Alert 07.11.24

2024-07-1106:58

Ph.D. Student kills family friends' newborn twin. This online-dater takes extreme measures to avoid a date! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Miya Rudd is born in October 2023 to parents Tesla Tucker, 29, and Cage Rudd, 30. Routine tests show that Miya’s umbilical cord has traces of methamphetamine in it--grounds for removal from her parents’ care. By the time Kentucky’s Social Services  made arrangements for Miya to be placed with her 3 older siblings, Tucker and Rudd left the hospital with the baby. For the next six months, the family bounces from home to home, avoiding contact from social services. In late May, a family member realizes they have not seen baby Miya Rudd in nearly a month. The family member contacts law enforcement, reporting they last saw Miya in April. Social services cannot locate the family, so Kentucky State Police Troopers are sent to perform a welfare check. On June 6, Tesla Tucker and Cage Rudd are tracked down to an Owensboro Super 8 motel. Inside Tucker and Rudd’s hotel room, Kentucky State police find large amounts of crystal meth, and what is believed to be fentanyl, but no sign of baby Miya Rudd. Placed under arrest for drug violations, Tesla Tucker and Cage Rudd insist that social services removed Miya from their care on May 1st, but social services has no record of a pickup. The parents suggest Miya may be with her maternal grandparents, who also has custody of her three older siblings, but do not cooperate further with the investigation. Kentucky State Police head to parents’ Tesla Tucker and Cage Rudd’s last known address in nearby Reynold’s Station, hopeful they will locate Miya Rudd there. Conditions inside the home are deplorable. The home is filthy, and troopers uncover more meth and fentanyl. Cage Rudd’s father, Ricky Smith, is believed to be operating a drug trafficking scheme out of the home, and is arrested on several drug and weapons charges. There is zero indication that Miya Rudd is living in the Deanfield Church Road home. With all of Miya Rudd’s direct family members ruled out as having the infant in their care, police turn to a physical search near her parents’ home. While a team cleans the home’s interior of drug residue to protect searchers, cadaver dogs comb through the surrounding woods and several debris-filled ditches. The dogs’ behavior leads investigators to believe they have reason to continue searching nearby.   When Rudd’s home is finally safe for investigators and K9s to enter, Kentucky State Police thoroughly search the building, picking through trash and debris. Under a pile of trash, cops make a grim discovery. An infants’ decomposing body is found wrapped in plastic bags and a blanket. The remains are confirmed to be those of Miya Rudd. JOINING NANCY GRACE TODAY:  Fran Longwell – Former Deputy State’s Attorney (Calvert County, MD), Former Assistant State’s Attorney (Prince George’s County, MD) specializing in child abuse, sex offenses and homicides Dr. Jeff Kieliszewski – Forensic Psychologist, Author: “Darksides;” FB: forensicsandmediapsychologist/TikTok: Dr. Jeff Kieliszewski Robin Dreeke – Behavior Expert & Retired FBI Special Agent / Chief of the FBI Counterintelligence Behavioral Analysis Program; Author: “Sizing People Up: A Veteran FBI Agents Manual for Behavior Prediction;” X: @rdreekeke Dr. Michelle Dupre – Forensic Pathologist and former Medical Examiner, Author: “Homicide Investigation Field Guide” & “Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide”, Ret. Police Detective Lexington County Sheriff’s Department Mitch Carter - Reporter, WFIE 14 News, Indiana  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Crime Alert 07.10.24

Crime Alert 07.10.24

2024-07-1007:37

Mom drowns daughters, 1 and 3, for "religious purposes." Kilt-wearing antique shopper does more than a little browsing! For more crime and justice news go to crimeonline.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Anup Panday

great

Jul 13th
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GD

53,000 illegals here?! Ha! They say 10 million, but the real # is closer to 30 million illegals here in the US. maybe 53k terrorists! Nancy finally able to wrap her mind around illegals being here is dangerous & stupid & then puts out this little dinky #. I wish she'd get her head out of liberals a$$es and report facts & tell people the Democrats are the reason our border is open & criminals are let loose with no bail, bc they WANT those things! Vote Trump and Republicans down ticket 4 safety!

Jun 26th
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ID23422731

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

May 25th
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Sayda Pervin Nipa

⭕𝗖𝗟𝗜𝗖𝗞 𝗛𝗘𝗥𝗘 𝗙𝗨𝗟𝗟 𝗠𝗢𝗩𝗜𝗘 𝗪𝗔𝗧𝗖𝗛➤➤👉https://www.justhd.online

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

In the vibrant culinary landscape of Singapore, Ah loy thai Restaurant and Fatty Bom Bom have emerged as popular establishments, each offering a unique dining experience. This formal discussion aims to compare and contrast the two, shedding light on their distinct characteristics, culinary offerings, and overall appeal to discerning diners.

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

"Crime Stories with Nancy Grace" is a highly acclaimed podcast that delves into the fascinating and often disturbing world of crime. Hosted by former prosecutor Nancy Grace, this podcast offers a unique blend of investigative journalism, legal analysis, and personal passion that keeps listeners engaged and informed. https://www.preferredprofessionals.com/chicago-il/professional-services/tray-crafters Nancy Grace, with her extensive legal background, brings a level of expertise and insight to each episode that is unparalleled. Her ability to dissect complex legal cases and present them in a comprehensible manner makes the podcast accessible to both legal professionals and laypersons. https://citypages.pro/local-businesses/usa/illinois/chicago/60632/tray-crafters

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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