When a Texas police detective finds his wife dead from a gunshot wound his fellow detectives work to uncover if her death was an accident, a suicide, or something more sinister.
Robert “Bobby” Lozano’s written statement to police was “quite possibly the biggest load of crap I’ve ever read in my life.”
Former Texas Ranger Tracy Murphree describes what it was like working with Bobby Lozano as well as the rumors of Bobby’s affairs with female detectives at the sheriff’s office. Reporter Donna Fielder talks about how the investigation in to Bobby’s deceptive lifestyle was uncovered.
Reporter Donna Fielder and Viki Lozano’s friend Christy Kerner talk about Viki’s family life including her less-than-ideal relationship with her mother.
Jeff Wawro, Former Lead Detective of the Denton Police Department, and Tracy Murphree, former Texas Ranger, talk about the search for the shell casing in Bobby and Viki Lozano’s home. The discovery of the important piece of evidence also revealed new information that pointed to Bobby Lozano, their friend and colleague, as a potential suspect.
Susan Piel, a former Denton County prosecutor, talks about being assigned the case of Bobby Lozano alongside her husband Cary Piel who was a fellow prosecutor. The spouses talk about the Lozano case taking up their entire summer and not having a lot of time for family activities, as well as what it is like to work on a such a high profile case while being married to each other.
When Texas police detective Bobby Lozano finds his wife Viki Lozano dead from a gunshot wound his fellow detectives work to uncover if her death was an accident, a suicide, or something more sinister. "My impression of Bobby was that he fancied himself a ladies man..." said former Texas Ranger Tracy Murphree. "I had heard rumors already about Bobby's affair with a female detective at the Sheriff's office."
Denton, Texas Police detective Bobby Lozano calls 911 when he returns home and finds his wife Viki Lozano murdered. Other detectives from Bobby Lozano’s office talk briefly about working with him and what kind of person he was. Jeff Wawro, Former Lead Detective of the Denton Police Department also talks about how he and Bobby had worked together leading up to the grim discovery. Lee Howell, former Lieutenant of the Denton Police Department talks about knowing Bobby and working with him for 16 years. Tracy Murphree a former Texas Ranger also talks about investigating a case from an outside perspective.