Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sister’s DNA Solves Missing Persons Case After 37 Years

The men and women of our nation’s police departments are amazing public servants who work passionately to seek justice for the criminals in our society and their victims.  I am sure that every violent crime that goes unsolved and every … Continue reading

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6 Mistakes to Avoid at a Crime Scene Straight From a Cold Case Detective

Crime scenes aren’t as cut and dry as one might think.  There are many variables and each one should be carefully identified, searched, documented, and processed correctly.  The process doesn’t flow like the television shows or movies would like us … Continue reading

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Two Murders and Two Mothers Who Must Turn in Their Sons

There have been two horrible stories in the news recently about young girls who were murdered in their own neighborhoods.  Ten-year-old Jessica Ridgeway was abducted in Colorado as she walked just a few blocks to meet up with friends and … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday Guest — Author Gary Starta

It’s that thriller time of the week again!  I’ve had the privilege to read the works of my next guest and it’s made me discover all over again the genre of sci/fi.  But today is all about crime thrillers! Please … Continue reading

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