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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Law Enforcement Discuss Arriving To Dawn and Nick Hacheney’s Burning Home
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Law Enforcement Discuss Arriving To Dawn and Nick Hacheney’s Burning Home

On the morning of December 26, 1997, firefighters in Bremerton, Washington responded to a 911 call about a house fire. Scott Rappleye, a former Fire Marshal in the Bremerton Fire Department talks about responding to the house fire and discovering the body of Dawn Hacheney in the master bedroom. Claire Bradley, former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Kitsap County, Washington, also talks about the investigation of the house when she arrived on the scene. Susan Shultz a former Detective of the Bremerton Police Department also talks about the investigation, including when husband Nick Hacheney first arrived to the remains of his burning home. Friends of Dawn Hacheney describe growing up with her, what it was like to be her friend and what her relationship with her husband Nick was like.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Former Nevada Troopers Talk Discovering Pete Bergna’s Alleged Vehicle Accident
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Former Nevada Troopers Talk Discovering Pete Bergna’s Alleged Vehicle Accident

S1/EP6 Former Nevada High Way Patrol troopers John Schilling and Rick McLellan talk about arriving at the scene of John and Rinette Bergna’s accident. Schilling talks extensively about the unlikelihood that Bergna could have suffered such minimal injuries while claiming that he was ejected from his vehicle. Schilling also talks about the discovery that Bergna’s vehicle, which was claimed to have been malfunctioning, was actually in correct working condition upon further inspection after the accident.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Peter Bergna Was More Worried About Retrieving His Fanny Pack Than His Deceased Wife
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Peter Bergna Was More Worried About Retrieving His Fanny Pack Than His Deceased Wife

S1/EP6 Jacque Riella, Rinette Bergna’s sister-in-law, recalls talking to Peter Bergna shortly after his accident that left his wife dead. Riella, and former Nevada Highway Patrol trooper John Schilling, recall Peter Bergna being way more interested in retrieving a fanny pack that was left at the crime scene than the condition of his own deceased wife.
Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Nevada Police Recall Responding To Peter Bergna’s 911 Call
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Accident, Suicide, or Murder: Nevada Police Recall Responding To Peter Bergna’s 911 Call

S1/EP6 In 2002, Peter Bergna, a Nevada man, called 911 to report that he had lost control of his car and that his wife, Rinette Bergna, was inside. Former Sheriff’s Deputy for Washoe County James Beltran speaks about not being able to get to the scene of the accident quickly enough. Former Nevada Highway Patrol Troopers Rick McLellan and John Schilling also speak about being dispatched to the location of the accident and finding some unusual circumstances.
Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Jeff Wawro and Tracy Murphree Talk Discovering The Shell Casing In the Home of Bobby Lozano
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Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Jeff Wawro and Tracy Murphree Talk Discovering The Shell Casing In the Home of Bobby Lozano

S1/EP5 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.
Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Susan and Cary Piel Talk Prosecuting Bobby Lozano As Colleagues and Spouses
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Accident, Suicide or Murder Bonus: Susan and Cary Piel Talk Prosecuting Bobby Lozano As Colleagues and Spouses

S1/EP5 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.
Accident, Suicide or Murder: Police Detective Finds Wife Shot To Death In Their Own Home
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Accident, Suicide or Murder: Police Detective Finds Wife Shot To Death In Their Own Home

S1/EP5 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."