Since the 2017 murder of Indiana teens Libby German and Abby Williams, local authorities have not released any information about the cause or time of death of either victim, leading to rumors and speculation. We spoke with Indiana State Police First Sgt. Jerry Holeman about why the police are holding back details about the murder.
Officers Juan Mercado and John Oliva of the Mission (Texas) Police Department spoke with A&E Real Crime about the challenges of being in law enforcement, their most memorable moments on the job and what they like to do for fun. (Hint: It involves Celine Dion.)
Serial killer Richard Ramirez, otherwise known as 'The Night Stalker,' terrorized California in the mid-1980s with a series of rapes and murders. A number of women who survived his attacks mentioned his rotten teeth, among other details, helping police create a profile of the suspect.
Neal Smither, the founder and president of Crime Scene Cleaners, has cleaned up "thousands" of crime scenes. He's documented the work too, posting the gory images to an Instagram page that's attracted hundreds of thousands of followers. He spoke with us about his peculiar brand of janitorial work and why some people are interested in crime-scene photos.
Angeline Hartmann of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and Live PD spoke with A&E Real Crime about the NCMEC's response to the Jayme Closs news, misconceptions about missing children cases and the single most valuable tool in being able to find missing kids.