In March 2011, 19-year-old Blayne Davis was found dead in a lake near a campsite where he and his friends were partying the night before. Investigators at the time ruled the cause of death as drowning but friends and family of the young man didn't feel they had the answers they wanted.
Ripe with uncertainties, Kelly Siegler and the "Cold Justice" team stepped in to help determine what could have potentially happened with Davis the night that he died.
On this week's episode of "Cold Justice," Kelly met with the two men who were with Davis on the night that he died. After questioning each of them separately, Kelly Siegler and her team came to the conclusion that there's no direct evidence to prove there was any foul play involved with the two men and Blayne Davis.
"We all investigate homicides for a living," Kelly Siegler says in the episode. "And we know what to look for but this case has been all about what's not there. And maybe that lack of evidence is evidence that Blayne was just not murdered."
The determination of accidental drowning will hopefully give Chanda, Blayne Davis's mother, some closure about what happened the night of Blayne's death.
Watch this week's episode featuring the investigation of Blayne Davis's death here.
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