Investigator Randy Patrick is eaten up with anger over the killer at large who murdered Carrie Singer
We have an exclusive look at tonight’s episode of Killing Fields: Murder Isle on Discovery, where a special forensics task force investigating the death of Carrie Singer uses high tech software to analyze the killer’s DNA.
The clip opens with Investigator Randy Patrick, Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office the lede in the case trying as he says, “to catch the bastard who killed Carrie Singer.”
In a special meeting, he joins Forensic Investigator Bert Nurney, Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office, Tommy Potter of the Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office, Investigator Kris Coughlin Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office as they are shown evidence and genetic DNA mapping by Dr. Ellen McRae Greytak, Ph.D. Director of Bioinformatics,
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NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) –
Investigators have charged a woman’s former boyfriend in connection with her disappearance in 2005.
North Charleston police officials say Garland Eugene Lankford has been charged with obstruction of justice in connection with Brandy Hanna’s disappearance. A judge set his bond for that charge at $10,000. Bond has not been set for a child support charge.
Lankford was Hanna’s boyfriend at the time of Hanna’s disappearance.
Hanna was last seen in 2005 after leaving work at Alex’s Restaurant on Dorchester Road.
An affidavit states Lankford provided false and misleading statements regarding Hanna who was reported missing on May 23, 2005 and officially declared deceased on Aug. 26, 2013.
Police say Hanna is believed to to be the victim of a homicide.
This past summer, Investigation Discovery aired Hanna’s story as an episode of the series “Disappeared.”
The network sent a crew
Read more at: http://www.live5news.com/story/34102247/investigators-charge-former-boyfriend-in-connection-with-womans-2005-disappearance
Twenty years after the murder of six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey, three networks are dedicating programming to the unsolved case.
First up, CBS will air a six-part docuseries, The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey, with the network releasing a first look at the show on Wednesday.
Original investigators will team up with new experts to re-examine the evidence using today’s technology and forensics. They will also rebuild the crime scene, conduct interviews and offer new theories.
Tragedy: The body of six-year-old beauty queen JonBenet (above in 1996) was found bludgeoned and strangled in her family’s basement on December 26, 1996
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