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Find out more about Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda’s book

Lt. Joe Kenda

Lt. Joe Kenda has been out promoting his book I Will Find You

Lt. Joe Kenda of Investigation Discovery’s Homicide Hunter has been out promoting his new book, I Will Find You.

Kenda needs little introduction to anyone interested in true crime and has an illustrious career as a law enforcement officer. He investigated 387 murders during his two decades as a homicide detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department and had a very high rate of success when it came to solving them.

Lt. Joe Kenda's new book cover for I Will Find You

Lt. Joe Kenda’s new book I Will Find You

I Will Find You: Solving Killer Cases from My Life Fighting Crime, takes you behind the scenes of some remarkable and shocking crimes, together with the fascinating investigation process that results in them being

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INTERVIEW: Joe Kenda on his top-rated crime show, new autobiography

Detective Lt. Joe Kenda stars in Homicide Hunter on Investigation Discovery. Photo courtesy of Investigation Discovery / Kim Cook.

Investigation Discovery’s Homicide Hunter with Detective Lt. Joe Kenda, formerly of the Colorado Springs Police Department, is the top-rated show on the network, pulling in an average of nearly 2 million viewers per week. Audience members for the series, which premieres new episodes Wednesdays at 10 p.m., are also enjoying Kenda’s new autobiography, I Will Find You: Solving Killer Cases From My Life Fighting Crime.

The retired detective has a matter-of-fact line delivery that has caught the attention of true-crime enthusiasts, and in a crowded reality TV marketplace where surviving to see a second season is nearly impossible, Kenda has a hit on his hands. Homicide Hunter will celebrate 100 episodes this January.

That’s longevity.

“I’m busy, as they

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Discovery Channel remembers fallen Teller County deputy

On November 1, 2017, at 8:00pm MST Season 7 Episode 9 of “Homicide Hunter” (also known as Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda), an American crime documentary television series on the Investigation Discovery network, will air.  This episode will present the case of Brent Andrew Holloway, a Teller County Deputy who was killed in the line of duty on Monday, October 16, 1995.  

Deputy Brent Holloway was shot and killed by an arson suspect who had earlier stated he was going to kill a police officer. The suspect had set fire to a large home in Teller County with the intention of getting revenge for previously being sent to prison.

As Deputy Holloway guarded the home while awaiting the arson investigators the suspect snuck up from behind and shot him in the back of the head. The suspect stole Deputy Holloway’s service

Read more at: http://www.mountainjackpot.com/2017/10/14/discovery-channel-remembers-fallen-teller-county-deputy/

Slain Teller County Sheriff’s deputy to be honored, featured on ‘Homicide Hunter’


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Brent Holloway

A Teller County sheriff’s deputy killed in the line of duty 22 years ago will be honored this month and his story told on “Homicide Hunter.”

Brent Andrew Holloway was shot in the head on Oct. 16, 1995. The 27-year-old deputy had been guarding the site of a suspected arson when the culprit came up behind him and killed him.

The man took Holloway’s gun and used it to commit suicide two days later.

More details from that case will be featured on the hit TV series “Homicide Hunter,” which will air at 8 p.m. on Nov. 1, on Investigation Discovery. The show is narrated by retired 20-year Colorado Springs police Lt. Joe Kenda.

In a news release, the Teller County Sheriff’s Office encouraged the public to watch the episode “in order to honor Deputy Holloway and those

Read more at: http://gazette.com/slain-teller-county-sheriffs-deputy-to-be-honored-featured-on-homicide-hunter/article/1613110

Upcoming ‘Homicide Hunter’ episode to feature Teller County deputy killed 20 years ago

TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — The case of a Teller County deputy who was killed in the line of duty over 20 years ago will air on Homicide Hunter.

Deputy Brent Andrew Holloway was shot and killed on October 16, 1995 by an arson suspect seeking revenge for being sent to prison.

As Deputy Holloway guarded a Teller County home that was on fire, the suspect snuck up from behind and shot him in the back of the head.

The episode will air on November 1 on Investigation Discovery.

The Teller County Sheriff’s Office will also have a short memorial service at the site of Deputy Holloway’s memorial on Monday at 9 a.m., the 22nd anniversary of his death.

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TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — The case of a Teller County deputy who was killed in the line of duty over 20 years ago will air on Homicide Hunter.

Deputy Brent Andrew Holloway was shot and killed on October 16, 1995 by an arson suspect seeking revenge for being sent to prison.

As Deputy Holloway guarded a Teller County home that was on fire, the suspect snuck up from behind and shot him in the back of the head.

The episode will air on November 1 on Investigation Discovery.

The Teller County Sheriff’s Office will also have a short memorial service at the site of Deputy Holloway’s memorial on Monday at 9 a.m., the 22nd anniversary of his death.

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Upcoming ‘Homicide Hunter’ episode to feature fallen Teller County deputy

UPDATE: Due to Discovery Network programming changes, the episode has been moved to October 25 at 8 p.m. MST on Investigation Discovery. It was originally scheduled to air November 1.

TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — The case of a Teller County deputy who was killed in the line of duty over 20 years ago will air on Homicide Hunter.

Deputy Brent Andrew Holloway was shot and killed on October 16, 1995 by an arson suspect seeking revenge for being sent to prison.

As Deputy Holloway guarded a Teller County home that was on fire, the suspect snuck up from behind and shot him in the back of the head.

The Teller County Sheriff’s Office held a short memorial service at the site of Deputy Holloway’s memorial the morning of October 16, 2017, the 22nd anniversary of his death.

 

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Upcoming ‘Homicide Hunter’ episode to feature fallen Teller County …

UPDATE: Due to Discovery Network programming changes, the episode has been moved to October 25 at 8 p.m. MST on Investigation Discovery. It was originally scheduled to air November 1.

TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — The case of a Teller County deputy who was killed in the line of duty over 20 years ago will air on Homicide Hunter.

Deputy Brent Andrew Holloway was shot and killed on October 16, 1995 by an arson suspect seeking revenge for being sent to prison.

As Deputy Holloway guarded a Teller County home that was on fire, the suspect snuck up from behind and shot him in the back of the head.

The Teller County Sheriff’s Office held a short memorial service at the site of Deputy Holloway’s memorial the morning of October 16, 2017, the 22nd anniversary of his death.

 

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http://fox21news.com/2017/10/11/upcoming-homicide-hunter-episode-to-feature-teller-county-deputy-killed-20-years-ago/

Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda: Horror in classroom as teacher Barbara Lewis poisoned with sodium hydroxide

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Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda remembers the case of a teacher poisoned in class

This week Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda examines the poisoning of teacher Barbara Lewis.

Colorado in 1994 and Cheyenne Mountain High teacher Barbara Lewis was rushed to hospital after she began choking whilst at the school where she taught . At hospital medics struggled to save her life as her badly burned throat started to swell up and block her airways. Doctors were forced to carry out emergency surgery after the educator’s esophagus became restricted to less than the size of a pen.

Detectives worked out that Lewis was poisoned in her classroom through the bottle of water she was drinking. Someone had put sodium hydroxide crystals in the bottle whilst it was unattended.

Sodium hydroxide is sometimes known as  lye or caustic soda and it can cause very severe

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South Pointe High grad to appear in episode of TV crime documentary series

Rock Hill fans of “Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda” may see a familiar face if they are watching the show Wednesday.

Former Rock Hill resident Austin Hutchinson, 21, a 2014 graduate of South Pointe High School in Rock Hill, plays Joseph Brown, a murder suspect, in an episode of the crime documentary television series.

“Homicide Hunter” follows the cases of Lt. Joe Kenda, a homicide detective for the Colorado Springs, Colo., police department. Kenda explores old cases while reenactments provide insights to his thought process, according to a description of the episode.

Hutchinson’s episode, titled “Review Mirror,” is set to air at 9 p.m. Wednesday, during the show’s seventh season. A representative with Jupiter Entertainment, which produces the show, confirmed that Hutchinson will appear on Wednesday’s episode.

“Homicide Hunter” airs on the Investigation Discovery, or ID, channel.

Hutchinson said he has attended classes at the Actor’s Lab in Charlotte, an acting school that

Read more at: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/article174109471.html