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Serial killer’s daughter reveals how she turned him in to police

April Balascio, the daughter of admitted serial killer Edward Wayne Edwards, spoke to People about how she came to realize her father’s chilling past and what led her to report him to the police.

Read more at: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/01/10/serial-killers-daughter-reveals-how-turned-him-in-to-police.html

Police have no answers in cold case

More than 11 years after a Brownsboro woman disappeared in the middle of the night, investigators have no new leads in the case.

“But until she is found in one form or another, it will continue to be an open investigation,” said Sgt. Shane McCarter of the Longview Police Department. “Det. Terry Davis is working that case. We will continue to wait for anything additional that will show up.”

On Aug. 2, 2006, Brandi Wells, 23, left her mother’s house in Tyler and made the 45-minute trip Longview, where she spent a couple of hours at nightclub Graham Central Station. Surveillance video shows her arriving alone and, presumably, leaving the same way.

“Brandi called several people for directions to the club that night,” Wells’ godmother, Michelle Cole, said. “And a bouncer there was one of the people who reported seeing her car on the side of the road several times with the door

Read more at: http://www.athensreview.com/news/local_news/police-have-no-answers-in-cold-case/article_cf1e93fe-9a5b-11e7-9c22-6fce92257c73.html

Police, parents still looking for Kortne Stouffer 5 years later

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Kortne Stouffer went missing on July 29, 2012. Here’s a timeline of the events that have happened since her disappearance.
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Kortne Stouffer disappeared from her Palmyra apartment July 29, 2012. Five years later her parents and local authorities are still searching for her.

“It has been five years, but five minutes is too long when your child goes missing and you don’t know where they are or what happened to them,”

Read more at: http://www.ldnews.com/story/news/local/2017/07/27/police-parents-still-looking-kortne-stouffer-5-years-later/465627001/

The Reason Police Officers Tap Your Taillight When They Pull You Over

Pop quiz: In which Colorado city did Joe Kenda spend more than 20 years as a homicide detective? If you knew the answer was Colorado Springs, you must be an ID Addict. In 2008, Discovery Communications launched Investigation Discovery, the 24/7 true crime network that has had fans (Lady Gaga among them) glued to their television sets ever since.

In honor of the channel’s 10th anniversary, we did a little investigating of our own and uncovered 20 things you might not have known about Investigation Discovery.

1. IT BEGAN AS AN ANCIENT HISTORY NETWORK.

Investigation Discovery began its life in 1996 as Discovery Civilization, a network dedicated to showcasing content related to ancient history. In 2002, The New York Times purchased a 50 percent stake in the network with an eye toward shifting its focus to current events; in 2003, it relaunched as Times Discovery. But that

Read more at: http://mentalfloss.com/article/502605/reason-police-officers-tap-your-taillight-when-they-pull-you-over

Antigo police hope TV show helps find Kayla Berg – WQOW TV: Eau Claire, WI NEWS18 News, Weather, and Sports

ANTIGO (WAOW) –

A missing Antigo teen makes the national spotlight, and now police hope for some new tips that will finally end the nearly eight-year-old mystery. 

Kayla Berg was 15 years old when she was last seen being dropped off 35 miles away outside of a house in Wausau. 

A TV special about her disappearance on the Investigation Discovery channel called “Disappeared: The Last Summer” aired Sunday night in front of a national TV audience. 

Antigo Police Capt. James Kolpack said that even though the case happened in 2009, the investigation is still active and tips do occasionally trickle in. 

“She’s missing. There’s a reason why she’s missing and it’s our job to find out what happened,” Kolpack said. “So yes, It bothers us all the time. We think about it all the time and we pursue any tips we

Read more at: http://www.wqow.com/story/35593792/2017/06/Monday/antigo-police-hopeful-for-new-clues-for-kayla-berg

Antigo police hope TV show helps find Kayla Berg – WAOW – Newsline 9, Wausau News, Weather, Sports

ANTIGO (WAOW) –

A missing Antigo teen makes the national spotlight, and now police hope for some new tips that will finally end the nearly eight-year-old mystery. 

Kayla Berg was 15 years old when she was last seen being dropped off 35 miles away outside of a house in Wausau. 

A TV special about her disappearance on the Investigation Discovery channel called “Disappeared: The Last Summer” aired Sunday night in front of a national TV audience. 

Antigo Police Capt. James Kolpack said that even though the case happened in 2009, the investigation is still active and tips do occasionally trickle in. 

“She’s missing. There’s a reason why she’s missing and it’s our job to find out what happened,” Kolpack said. “So yes, It bothers us all the time. We think about it all the time and we pursue any tips we

Read more at: http://www.waow.com/story/35593792/antigo-police-hopeful-for-new-clues-for-kayla-berg

Sian O’Callaghan’s disappearance spurs police hunt, on See No Evil

Sian O’Callaghan, who vanished after a night out in Swindon, United Kingdom.

Tonight’s episode of See No Evil traces authorities trying to beat the clock as they hunt for a 22-year-old woman who vanished after a night out in Swindon, United Kingdom, in March 2011.

The show’s season finale, titled Watch Me Disappear, revolves around detectives trying to find Sian O’Callaghan after they obtained surveillance footage of her stepping into a taxi. Specifically, the show focuses on their efforts to identify the vehicle and driver of the taxi.

O’Callaghan had been last spotted at a nightclub in Swinton early on March 19, 2011. Her body was located four days later close to Uffington in Oxfordshire.

The surveillance footage reportedly captured O’Callaghan leaving Swindon’s Suju nightclub. Her boyfriend, Kevin Reape, sent O’Callaghan a text message to her phone, which was later recovered in the area of Savernake Forest. Reape

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/sian-ocallaghans-disappearance-spurs-police-hunt-on-see-no-evil/