A Wilmington man featured on “I (Almost) Got Away With It,” a true crime TV show on the Investigation Discovery channel, was arrested Monday.
Wilmington Police Department Spokeswoman Linda Rawley said 26-year-old Kylen Duane Padgett Jr. was arrested just after 1 a.m. Nov. 11.
A Wilmington police officer was patrolling the 5200 block of Market Street and noticed a man breaking into a coin machine. Padgett ran from the officer and was apprehended a few blocks away, Rawley said.
Padgett was charged with breaking into a coin machine, possession of burglary tools, resisting arrest and possession of a moped with an altered vehicle ID.
“You may recall Padgett was featured on the Discovery series, ‘I (Almost) Got Away With It,’” Rawley said. “At
Family gatherings at Thanksgiving can be dangerous, especially when the woman carving your turkey is a knife-wielding femme fatale. So scoop your cranberry sauce with caution, but pull up a chair and join other viewers of Investigation Discovery’s annual ode to wicked women, culminating with the season 2 premiere of Investigation Discovery’s hit series Wives With Knives on Friday, November 29 at 10/9c.
Settle in after a long day of Black Friday shopping with a lineup that includes:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29:
· Facing Evil WITH CANDICE DELONG back-to-back episodes at 8/7c 8:30/7:30c Former FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong goes behind prison walls to interview women whose shocking stories of love and Betrayal landed them in the big house instead of home this holiday season.
· Deadly Women all-new episode at 9/8c While male murderers are often
People, it’s been too long! I want to say that I’ve been busy. But of course, we’ve all been busy, and I’ve managed to watch every single episode of Investigation Discovery’s “Solved” on Netflix, and now know too many fun facts about forensics. (Which surprisingly make for great icebreakers at parties. I love meeting fellow morbids!)
Amidst all of these changes that have been happening in my life as of late — doing different kinds of work, meeting new people, and continuing to figure out my way around a city that’s NOT on a grid system and that makes me uncomfortably dependent on my GPS — I’ve also altered a step in my beauty routine that has been fairly consistent since I hit puberty: I stopped washing my face.
I mean, who has time for that ish, amirite?
I KID. I would never use all of those annoying phrases in
An Indianapolis brother and sister who killed their mother and grandparents in 2004, then dismembered their bodies and buried them in the basement, will be featured Wednesday in a segment of the new TV show Evil Kin on the Investigation Discovery channel.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — A Charleston Psychologist will be featured this fall on the new Investigation Discovery series “Evil Kin.”
Dr. David Clayman of Clayman Associates, PLLC will appear on three episodes airing nationally September 4, September 18 and October 9.
Each episode of “Evil Kin” focuses on one family’s murderous story and is interlaced with expert commentary from local authorities and true-crime experts as well as first-person accounts from actual family members and family friends, according to a news release.
One of the three episodes will feature the Mallo family from Charleston.
Thomas Mallo, who was just 14, stabbed his elderly neighbor, Phyllis Phares more than 35 times in 2010. He is currently serving a 40 year prison sentence. Just this week, his sentence was extended an additional 10 years after he tried to escape from a juvenile correctional facility and assaulted an officer.
From fiery red hair to long, lean legs, it’s amazing to witness unique traits handed down the family line. But when a relative exhibits characteristics of a more malevolent manner, it raises an age-old debate with an unsettling twist: could nature have produced an evil mutation or has nurture created a monster?
Premiering Wednesday, August 28 at 9 PM E/P, Investigation Discovery’s new series EVIL KIN examines families unraveled by the cruel conduct of a black sheep. Murder. Abuse. Cult activity. Mind games. Identity theft. Even incest. Every town has “that family” that incites fear as much as it fuels morbid curiosity. Whether it’s siblings from hell, the spawn of Satan, or an entire household of horrors, it’s not hard to dig up the root of all evil in these six episodes of family trees nearly cut down by
Jillian Kalin looks at head shots while casting a show at the offices of Sirens Media in Silver Spring. (Charlie Archambault/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)
“Okay, now evil. Hold those eyes. Keep that evil face. Evil, evil, evil, evil and … smile!”
The eyes narrow, brows converge, the mouth hardens, before a jarring, toothy grin breaks out. Creepy.
The director, Cara Walters, is eking all possible menace out of her actor in this Germantown house. Mark D. Dailey, a retired businessman, has come down from New Jersey to play polygamist pedophile Arvin Shreeve for an episode of “Who the (Bleep),” one of the true-crime shows multiplying like goose bumps on the Silver Spring-based Investigation Discovery channel. Dailey got the part because he looks like Shreeve, a self-proclaimed prophet convicted in 1991 in Utah.
What would you do if you were attacked, abducted, abused, your life suddenly in the hands of a cold-blooded criminal, and you are your only hope for survival? Investigation Discovery’s new series Surviving Evil presents stories of victims who fought back against their attackers and, against all odds, survived.
Recounted in each survivor’s own words, the series is an empowering and inspiring look at true-crime stories in which the victim turns the table on their assailant in order to stay alive. Actress Charisma Carpenter, best known for her role as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel, hosts the 10-episode series, providing viewers with a first-person point of view as the Survivor of a near-fatal incident endured when she was 22 years old. The world premiere of Surviving Evil debuts with Carpenter’s episode tonight, August