The 2016 mass murder of seven members of a Pike County, Ohio family (plus a fiancée of one of the men) may become the largest homicide investigation in the state's history. After a two-and-a-half-year investigation, in late 2018, the Ohio Attorney General's Office arrested four members of another local family, the Wagners, for the murders. But what's the connection?
Lori Orr Kovach, daughter of serial arsonist and murderer John Orr, who was 17 when her father was arrested, spoke with A&E Real Crime about when she started doubting her father's innocence, testifying at his trial to help him avoid the death penalty and how his actions affected the rest of her life.
Karin Ahrman, who has a 13-year-old son, received a flyer in her mailbox notifying her that a registered sex offender had moved in a few houses away. She talks to us about her fight to inform her community about their need for vigilance against sexual offenders.
Deb Davis of Paws With a Cause, a group that works with six Michigan Department of Corrections facilities to train service and assistance dogs, talks to us about how inmates train the dogs and what inmates and prisons get out of their program.