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Murder of Annamarie Cochrane Rintala to be featured on Investigation Discovery’s Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall

Investigation Discovery’s Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall will air an episode this Sunday on the homicide of Annamarie Cochrane Rintala. 

The 37-year-old mother was found beaten and strangled to death in the couple’s Granby home on March 29, 2010. The first officers on the scene found Cochrane Rintala’s wife sitting on the basement floor with her paint-splattered body in her lap, wailing. Cara L. Rintala was arrested 19 months later in the Rhode Island home she was sharing with their four-year-old daughter. 

The couple were together for eight years prior to Cochrane Rintala’s death, married for three, and had a tumultuous relationship. A year into the marriage, Cochrane Rintala sought a restraining order again her wife, alleging Rintala hit her with a spatula. A year later, an aborted 911 call from the home recorded a woman screaming. 

Rintala was tried three times for her wife’s death. She was found guilty in 2016, with the first two trials in 2013 and

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Potsdam murder to be featured on Investigation Discovery show Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall on Sunday

POTSDAM — Investigation Discovery (ID) is featuring the Potsdam homicide of Garrett Phillips on its series Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 10 p.m.

“Life is good for 12-year-old Garrett Phillips, until he’s brutally attacked while home alone,” Investigation Discovery says of the show. “His killer jumps unseen from a window and investigators are left with a vexing mystery that rattles the otherwise peaceful village of Potsdam, New York.”

This episode includes interviews with: Brian Phillips, Garrett’s uncle; Kayla and Kobe Phillips, Garrett’s cousins; John Jones, deputy sheriff and ex-boyfriend of Tandy Cyrus (Garrett’s mother); Lisa Marcoccia, Nick Hillary’s attorney and friend; Bruce Barket, Nick Hillary’s attorney; Thomas Mortati, attorney for the Village of Potsdam; Mark Murray, chief of Potsdam Police Department; Mary Rain, district attorney for St. Lawrence County and M. William Phelps, investigative journalist.

To visit Investigation Discovery channel finder, visit http://investigationdiscovery.com/channel-finder/.

It is channel 138 for

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Wagoner County murder to be featured on TV show

A murder case that captured the attention of the community in May 2005 will be featured on the show “The Swamp Murders” series on the Investigation Discovery channel at 9 p.m. Central time Saturday, according to a media release from the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office.

Investigation Discovery is channel 73 on Suddenlink and channel 285 on DirecTV.

Wagoner County sheriff’s deputies and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation responded to the disappearance of 18-year-old Jarret Clark in May of 2005, the release says, and he was last known to be camping with others in the Wahoo Bay area of Fort Gibson Lake in Wagoner County. Three days later, Clark’s body was discovered in Wahoo Bay. 

Two grand juries were convened, and both failed to indict the parties responsible, the release says, and the case went cold.

In April of 2011, Wagoner County sheriff’s investigators reopened the case, and after more than two years of investigating,

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San Bernardino, Glendora cold case to be featured on Investigation Discovery



The 1976 murder of 18-year-old Cynthia May Hernandez, a Glendora woman who was found decades later buried in the San Bernardino Mountains, and the case against her killer will be featured Sunday evening on the Investigation Discovery channel.

Hernandez left her home on Aug. 26, 1976, to catch a movie alone at the Fox Twin Theaters in Covina, according to a news release from the San Bernardino County District Attorney. But Hernandez, a recent Charter Oak High School graduate, never returned home.

The next morning, the young woman’s family found her 1963 Chervolet station wagon in the theater’s parking lot. Fearing for her safety, they

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San Bernardino, Glendora cold case to be featured on Investigation …



The 1976 murder of 18-year-old Cynthia May Hernandez, a Glendora woman who was found decades later buried in the San Bernardino Mountains, and the case against her killer will be featured Sunday evening on the Investigation Discovery channel.

Hernandez left her home on Aug. 26, 1976, to catch a movie alone at the Fox Twin Theaters in Covina, according to a news release from the San Bernardino County District Attorney. But Hernandez, a recent Charter Oak High School graduate, never returned home.

The next morning, the young woman’s family found her 1963 Chervolet station wagon in the theater’s parking lot. Fearing for her safety, they

Read more at: http://www.sbsun.com/general-news/20170728/san-bernardino-glendora-cold-case-to-be-featured-on-investigation-discovery

Porter Murder Case Featured On Investigation Discovery Channel

The Investigation Discovery channel will feature a murder case from the Ozarks Sunday night at 9:00 p.m.

The Taney County prosecutor says “On the Case with Paula Zahn” will be about Rusty and Becky Porter who were kidnapped from their home in Willard in 2011, shot in the head and left in a remote area in Cedarcreek, Missouri.

Five people, including Rusty’s uncle Robert Campbell, were convicted. 

Prosecutors proved Campbell hired the other four – Tony and Windy Friend, Dusty Hicks and Phillip Friend – to murder the couple.

Campbell was upset the Porters were living on family property.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, and the Taney County Sheriff’s Office all helped investigate the murders.

Read more at: http://www.ktts.com/news/local-news/porter-murder-case-featured-on-investigation-discovery-channel

This Alabama murder will be featured Sunday on Investigation Discovery

The Audrey Marie Hilley murder case will be featured this weekend on Investigation Discovery. 

One of Alabama’s most notorious murder cases will be the subject of the Investigation Discovery series American Monster this weekend.

The series will profile the case of Audrey Marie Hilley and the murder of her husband Frank Hilley Sunday, July 23, at 8 p.m.

Among those interviewed for the program will be Mike Hilley, Frank and Marie’s son; Frank’s sister Freeda Burns; retired FBI Special Agent Wayne Manis, and journalist Mike Stedham.

Crews were in Anniston in December filming scenes for the episode. 

Hilley’s first husband Frank died in 1975 after a sudden, unexplained illness that was thought to be hepatitis. Three years later, her only daughter Carol began exhibiting similar symptoms. At the same time, Marie was arrested for passing bad checks.

Doctors at UAB

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2000 Cedar Rapids homicide to be featured on cable crime show

Lee Hermiston

The Gazette

CEDAR RAPIDS — A 2000 Cedar Rapids homicide will be featured on a cable TV show Tuesday night.

“Fresh Start,” an episode of the Investigation Discovery channel series “Six Degrees of Murder,” will look at the Sept. 4, 2000, death of 20-year-old Christina Sanoubane. The episode is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. Iowa time.

Carloss D. Robinson, now 45, was found guilty of stabbing Sanoubane to death at her duplex apartment at 818 10th St. SW. According to a 2010 Gazette article, Sanoubane lived in the front unit of the duplex; Robinson and his family lived in the rear unit.

Sanoubane’s

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