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New Baltimore couple’s murder subject of ‘Deadly Women’ episode

A young woman’s role in the horrific murders of a New Baltimore couple was the subject of an Investigation Discovery episode last week.

Samantha Bachynski’s involvement in the deaths of Scott and Melissa Berels were the topic of the ID channel’s “Deadly Women” series, which was set to air at 10 p.m. Friday.

Bachynski was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and several other charges, along with Patrick Selepak, for the 2006 slayings of the Berels, both 27, in their home. Melissa Berels had befriended Selepak, who was the leader of a crime spree with Bachynski that also included the murder of a 53-year-old man in Genesee County in the days following the murders of the Berels.

Selepak first fatally strangled Melissa Berels, who was pregnant, and then with Bachynski’s help tortured Scott Berels before strangling him. Bachynski injected bleach into Scott Berels.

In the weeks before the murder, she helped Selepak rob

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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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Upcoming ‘Homicide Hunter’ episode to feature Teller County …

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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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

Jarret Clark, Anthony ‘Tony’ Wallen: ‘Swamp Murders’ Episode On Missing Teen Found Dead In Oklahoma Lake

Jarret Clark’s drowning death by Tony Wallen will be the focus of ID’s Swamp Murders this weekend. What happened to Jarret Clark, of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma should never happen to anyone. Court records show eleven years ago Jarret Clark went on a camping trip and party in the woods and never came home alive. It was a cold case that took eight years to solve. Investigation Discovery’s Swamp Murders‘ episode is titled “What Happened in the Woods.” Anthony ‘Tony’ Wallen and Courtney Manzer were ultimately convicted.

 

Swamp Murders episode “What Happened in the Woods”

When a mysterious body is found floating in a lake, investigators untangle a web of betrayal and secrecy among friends.

 

 

Jarret Clark Case: Night of Fun Leads to Ambush

In May of 2006, Jarret Clark, 18, failed to return home on Mother’s Day. That’s when his mother knew something was deadly wrong. He went missing from a party

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Investigation Discovery Presents An Exclusive Clip Of A New Episode Of ‘The Coroner: I Speak For The Dead’

Since it first hit the airwaves, Investigation Discovery has become the premier home for true crime stories and series told from countless different perspectives.

One of the biggest hits on the show is called The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead, which is hosted by Graham Hetrick, the coroner of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, who recently retired after 25 years on the job. Narrated by him in the first person, Hetrick tells the stories of some of the most infamous murders in the area and the role he played in solving them.

In a press release for the new episode, which will air on Investigation Discovery on August 21, it was revealed that Hetrick will be talking about the murder of Kathryn Bishop in her Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, home.

The community is baffled as to who would want to hurt the woman fondly known as the super-grandma of the neighborhood.

Read more at: http://www.inquisitr.com/4434582/investigation-discovery-presents-an-exclusive-clip-of-a-new-episode-of-the-coroner-i-speak-for-the-dead/

Minn. teens murder case to serve as pilot episode for new TV series

The series “Hear No Evil” follows on the ID series “See No Evil,” which uses footage from surveillance cameras along with documentary interviews of the people involved, as well as actors to reconstruct the events depicted in criminal cases.

For “Hear No Evil” the series is using interviews, dramatic recreations and the recordings made by Smith in the shooting deaths of two Little Falls teenagers.

Smith is serving two concurrent life sentences, without the possibility of parole, for killing the teenagers who broke into his home in Little Falls in 2012.

Smith, 68, was convicted by a jury in Morrison County District Court of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of Haile Kifer and Nick Brady, who broke into his home in Little Falls on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22, 2012.

Smith, a retired security engineer with the U.S. State Department and Little Falls native, said he was defending himself.

The state’s prosecutor, Washington County attorney

Read more at: http://www.wday.com/news/4268794-minn-teens-murder-case-serve-pilot-episode-new-tv-series

Little Falls teens murder case serves as pilot episode for new TV …

The series “Hear No Evil” follows on the ID series “See No Evil,” which uses footage from surveillance cameras along with documentary interviews of the people involved, as well as actors to reconstruct the events depicted in criminal cases.

For “Hear No Evil” the series is using interviews, dramatic recreations and the recordings made by Smith in the shooting deaths of two Little Falls teenagers.

Smith is serving two concurrent life sentences, without the possibility of parole, for killing the teenagers who broke into his home in Little Falls in 2012.

Smith, 68, was convicted by a jury in Morrison County District Court of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of Haile Kifer and Nick Brady, who broke into his home in Little Falls on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22, 2012.

Smith, a retired security engineer with the U.S. State Department and Little Falls native, said he was defending himself.

The state’s prosecutor, Washington County attorney

Read more at: http://www.brainerddispatch.com/news/4268366-little-falls-teens-murder-case-serves-pilot-episode-new-tv-series

Little Falls teens murder case serves as pilot episode for new TV series

The series “Hear No Evil” follows on the ID series “See No Evil,” which uses footage from surveillance cameras along with documentary interviews of the people involved, as well as actors to reconstruct the events depicted in criminal cases.

For “Hear No Evil” the series is using interviews, dramatic recreations and the recordings made by Smith in the shooting deaths of two Little Falls teenagers.

Smith is serving two concurrent life sentences, without the possibility of parole, for killing the teenagers who broke into his home in Little Falls in 2012.

Smith, 68, was convicted by a jury in Morrison County District Court of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of Haile Kifer and Nick Brady, who broke into his home in Little Falls on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22, 2012.

Smith, a retired security engineer with the U.S. State Department and Little Falls native, said he was defending himself.

The state’s prosecutor, Washington County attorney

Read more at: http://www.brainerddispatch.com/news/4268366-little-falls-teens-murder-case-serves-pilot-episode-new-tv-series