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Rod Demery to speak at NAACP branch banquet

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Rob Demery will keynote Columbia County NAACP Freedom Fund banquet

Author, television star and former police detective Rodney “Rod” Demery will speak to the 2018 Columbia County NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.

The banquet will be 6 p.m. Saturday, January 13 at the Southview Church of Christ Activity Building, 234 Fairview in Magnolia.

Tickets are $30 and may be purchased by calling Terry Williams, 299-0084; Carol Garland, 234-3700 Ext. 11; or any member of the Columbia County Branch of the NAACP.

Demery is a former member of the Violent Crimes Unit of the Shreveport, LA, Police Department. Demery worked on more than 250 homicide cases in his 31-year career. He had an impressive 100 percent confession and solve rate as a lead investigator. His perpetual success and leadership increased his credibility as an expert in violent crime and homicide cases.

Demery was born in Shreveport but he moved to Alamogordo, NM to live with his grandparents as a toddler. His first encounter with murder was

Read more at: http://www.magnoliareporter.com/living_and_learning/article_81fb1bac-d73b-11e7-8290-7febdb19d19e.html

Columbia County NAACP Freedom Fund banquet features former detective Rob Demery

Author, television star and former police detective Rodney “Rod” Demery will speak to the 2018 Columbia County NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.

The banquet will be 6 p.m. Saturday, January 13 at the Southview Church of Christ Activity Building, 234 Fairview in Magnolia.

Tickets are $30 and may be purchased by calling Terry Williams, 299-0084; Carol Garland, 234-3700 Ext. 11; or any member of the Columbia County Branch of the NAACP.

Demery is a former member of the Violent Crimes Unit of the Shreveport, LA, Police Department. Demery worked on more than 250 homicide cases in his 31-year career. He had an impressive 100 percent confession and solve rate as a lead investigator. His perpetual success and leadership increased his credibility as an expert in violent crime and homicide cases.

Demery was born in Shreveport but he moved to Alamogordo, NM to live with his grandparents as a toddler. His first encounter with murder was

Read more at: http://www.magnoliareporter.com/living_and_learning/article_81fb1bac-d73b-11e7-8290-7febdb19d19e.html

True crime stories of ‘Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda’ film throughout Knoxville

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“Homicide Hunter” host Joe Kenda talks about the show during a visit to the Jupiter Entertainment studio and warehouses in Knoxville on Monday, October 30, 2017.
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Joe Kenda’s life turned into a tale of true crime, televised 100 times over and filmed in Knoxville.

Kenda was a homicide detective for 19 of 23 years with the Colorado

Read more at: http://www.knoxnews.com/story/entertainment/2017/12/01/true-crime-homicide-hunter-joe-kenda-jupiter-entertainment-filmed-knoxvlle-murder-homicide/822243001/

EXCLUSIVE Massive Murder Chose Me Season 2 update from star John Nicholson & crew

Murder Chose Me Season 2 update 2

Expectations for Murder Chose Me Season 2 have been sky-high ever since Investigation Discovery announced the show’s renewal back in May. Fortunately for MCM’s growing legions of fans, what we’ve learned about the new episodes and their production should give you every reason to be thrilled for what’s ahead.

For starters, star John Nicholson, who portrays Detective Rod Demery, told us that he, “along with Rod the entire production crew, are really excited about working on Season 2,” and that they’re all “trying to build upon what started in Season 1.” John added that “the scripts and guest star casting have been awesome this season.”

Another Episode in the can, back in LA till next Saturday, then back to Knoxville . Man I luv this

Read more at: http://starcasm.net/archives/377542

United Way of Northwest Louisiana to host annual Campaign Kickoff – KSLA

The mayor of Aynor was stopped by Horry County Police last month while riding a lawnmower down the road, apparently with a can of beer. Horry County Police released dash camera video of officers stopping John Gardner as he drove the riding lawnmower down a two-lane road on Friday, August 25 at about 8:40 p.m.

Read more at: http://www.ksla.com/story/36345968/united-way-of-northwest-louisiana-to-host-annual-campaign-kickoff

Investigation Discovery freeview includes new VR experience

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Shreveport true crime TV show renewed for second season

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Former Shreveport Police Department Detective Rod Demery is the focus of a new show on Investigation Discovery, “Murder Chose Me,” which premieres Feb. 15. Each episode will examine a case worked by Demery in Shreveport.
(Courtesy Discovery Communications)

A true crime television show highlighting past murder cases in Shreveport has been renewed for a second season on Investigation Discovery. 

Deadline, an entertainment industry online magazine, reports that 10 new episodes of “Murder Chose Me” will premiere in 2018.

The series focuses on former Shreveport Police Department homicide

Read more at: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/story/news/2017/06/29/shreveport-true-crime-tv-show-renewed-second-season/439101001/