'Cold Justice' Returns March 14 With New Cases — And 5 Arrests

Oxygen's hard-hitting investigative series returns this spring with Kelly Siegler and her team helping local authorities seek justice in baffling cold cases. This season, the 'Cold Justice' team helped make arrests in five cases.

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Cold Justice Returns on March 14th

Oxygen Mediathe destination for high-quality crime programming, kicks off a new season of its highest-rated series, “Cold Justice” on Saturday, March 14, at 6/5c.  Working alongside local law enforcement from across the country, the “Cold Justice” team has successfully helped bring about 20 convictions and 45 arrests, five of the arrests which will be seen in this upcoming batch of new episodes. 

From Executive Producer Dick Wolf, the true crime investigative series follows veteran prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her rotating team of seasoned detectives – Johnny BondsSteve SpingolaTonya Rider and Abbey Abbondandolo, as they travel to small towns to dig into unsolved homicide cases that have lingered for years without answers or justice for the victims. 

On Saturday, March 7, at 6/5c, Oxygen will air the season three finale of “Criminal Confessions” picking up a case that Kelly Siegler and the “Cold Justice” team took on years ago. In the episode entitled “Cold Justice Confessions,” a 1981 case goes cold when a mother vanishes from Hernando County. Thirty-three years later, local detectives work with Kelly and the “Cold Justice” team only to find that obtaining a confession may be the best way to solve the case.

Upcoming Episodes of “Cold Justice”:

Saturday, March 14 at 6/5c: “Valentine’s Day Violence” 

Kelly and Tonya work with the Fort Myers Police Department on the 2016 murder of Heyzel Obando, a young Fort Myers, Florida mother shot to death in her own home. It will take old-school interrogation techniques to catch her killer and bring justice to her grieving mother. 

Saturday, March 21 at 6/5c: “Small Town Predator” 

In Lawrence County, Missouri, Kelly and Johnny work with the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office up to tackle the 1988 murder of Cindi Smith, a woman whose body was found at a cemetery after a night at a local bar. The patrons of the bar could hold the key to identifying her killer and getting her family justice. 

Saturday, March 28 at 6/5c: “Mystery on the Mountain”

Kelly and Abbey work with the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office to investigate the 2012 disappearance of Brian Shookman, a young father who traveled to the county to attend a family reunion, and then vanished.  As the list of suspects grows, can the team uncover the truth behind his vanishing? 

Saturday, April 4 at 6/5c: “Double Life Discovered”  

In Texas, Kelly and Johnny work with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to investigate one of their oldest cases ever -- the brutal 1984 murder of Johnnie Albritton, an elderly storeowner known for having a wife with a violent temper. Was his death the robbery gone wrong it appeared to be or a plot of his wife’s design? 

Saturday, April 11 at 6/5c: “Digging for Answers”

Kelly and Steve head to Oregon to work with the Harney County Sheriff’s Office to try to solve the 1993 murder of a young man allegedly shot and buried by a group of dangerous friends. They'll need to pit them against each other to crack the case and finally bring justice to his family. 

Saturday, April 18 at 6/5c: “Deadly Affairs” 

In Arkansas, Kelly and Steve work with the Jonesboro Police Department to investigate the 2016 homicide of Stacey Devine, a hard-working mother who was strangled to death and dumped in a ditch. Was it a random act of violence or did her strained marriage factor into her murder?

Saturday, April 25 at 6/5c: “A Family’s Nightmare”
In Colorado, Kelly and Abbey work with the Crowley County Sheriff’s Office to search for new clues in the fatal shooting of a mother of six, that was initially considered a suicide. Their investigation exposes a heart-breaking trail of secrets hidden for 25 years.

Saturday, May 2 at 6/5c: “Fatal Betrayal”

Kelly and Abbey return to Florida to help the Fort Myers Police Department investigate the 1997 murder of Keith Jones, an aspiring police officer robbed and fatally shot in his motel room. The suspects include four local men and a female witness that may have set him up. 

“Cold Justice” is produced by Wolf Reality & Magical Elves with Dick Wolf and Tom Thayer serving as Executive Producers for Wolf Reality and Casey Kriley, Kelly Siegler, Liz Cook, and Scott Patch serving as Executive Producers for Magical Elves.

The “Cold Justice” team is invited by the local law enforcement agencies for all cases. To submit a case for consideration for “Cold Justice,” please click here

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