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The Streets Are Talking

S1/EP8 |
Aired: 05/01/2022
24 year old Lamont Adair has just earned the shot to play professional basketball in China. But when he’s gunned down in broad daylight, the community goes silent. What secrets will investigators find in Lamont’s Final Moments? 43:54

She Never Showed

S1/EP7 |
Aired: 05/01/2022
In 2013, college sophomore Alyssiah Wiley is spotted on surveillance footage leaving Eastern Connecticut University campus…then she disappears. Authorities follow a digital trail of clues – to unravel her Final Moments and find her. 43:54

A Convenient Crime

S1/EP6 |
Aired: 04/24/2022
While 24-year-old Willard Grandstaff toils away at his convenience store job, he dreams of what the future holds. But, on September 27, 2004, his standard overnight shift will be his last. Who killed Willard Grandstaff? 43:54

Murder at the Creek

S1/EP5 |
Aired: 04/17/2022
After asking to drop a book off at a friend’s house, 15-year-old Danielle Locklear never returns home. A cryptic clue leads investigators to a teen hangout spot, a secluded creek. Is this location the key to unraveling Danielle’s Final Moments? 43:54

A Fatal Shopping Trip

S1/EP4 |
Aired: 04/10/2022
18-year-old Kelsey Smith goes shopping for a present for her boyfriend, but when she never returns home, her family starts to worry. Surveillance from the store reveals a mysterious figure tracking her movements. Is he connected to her disappearance? 43:54

Things You Can’t Unsee

S1/EP3 |
Aired: 04/10/2022
When soon-to-be college freshman Heather Maples is discovered murdered in her own bed, investigators discover a remarkable clue preserved at the scene. Will clues in Heather’s active social life help detectives unravel her Final Moments? 43:54

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Lamont Adair Loved Basketball
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Lamont Adair Loved Basketball

S1/EP8 Urania Jackson, the sister of murder victim Lamont Adair, Jr., joins State's Attorney Aisha Braveboy and Asst. State's Attorney Thea Zumwalt in speaking fondly of the community of Maryland's Prince George County, where Lamont played basketball with fellow athletes both obscure and well-known.
All I Can See is a Shoe
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All I Can See is a Shoe

S1/EP8 Urania Jackson, the sister of murder victim Lamont Adair, Jr., tearfully recalls the death of her brother, a memory made even more painful by the fact that he died alone.
The Mistrials of Jermaine Richards
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The Mistrials of Jermaine Richards

S1/EP7 Reporter Daniel Tepfer, State's Attorney Joseph Corradino, and Sgt. Forrest Ruddy of the Connecticut State Police recall how the trial of Jermaine Richards, who was charged with murdering Alyssiah Marie Wiley, resulted in not one but two hung juries.
Alyssiah Wiley Had a Secret
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Alyssiah Wiley Had a Secret

S1/EP7 Sade Burke, a friend of murder victim Alyssiah Wiley, recalls how Alyssiah was keeping her older boyfriend Jermaine Richards a secret from her mother Corrinna Martin. How did Corrinna eventually find out about the relationship?
Monty's Going to Be All Right
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Monty's Going to Be All Right

S1/EP8 Urania Jackson and Darlene Rainey, the sister and mother of murder victim Lamont Adair, Jr., recall how many lives he touched during his lifetime ... and reflect on how many he continues to touch even though he's gone.
Lamont Adair's Family Stages Protest
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Lamont Adair's Family Stages Protest

S1/EP8 When the community didn't speak up with any tips about who murdered Lamont Adair, his family led a protest through the streets urging people to come forward with information about Lamont's killer.
Willard Grandstaff Was the Best Cousin Ever
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Willard Grandstaff Was the Best Cousin Ever

S1/EP6 Lexy Riester, the cousin of murder victim Willard Grandstaff, recalls her joyful childhood with her cousin as she shares memories of piggyback rides and happy times on the swing set.
Closure For Willard Grandstaff's Family
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Closure For Willard Grandstaff's Family

S1/EP6 John Meadors, a former deputy solicitor, discusses the many advantages of a guilty plea in a trial, not the least of which is immediate closure for the family of a murder victim like Willard Grandstaff.
What Happened to Alyssiah Wiley?
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What Happened to Alyssiah Wiley?

S1/EP7 In 2013, college sophomore Alyssiah Wiley is spotted on surveillance footage leaving Eastern Connecticut University campus…then she disappears. Authorities follow a digital trail of clues – to unravel her Final Moments and find her.
What Does a Surveillance Video Truly Reveal?
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What Does a Surveillance Video Truly Reveal?

S1/EP6 Stan Smith, Deputy Chief of the Richland County Sheriff's Department, discusses the advantages of releasing a surveillance video to the public when investigating a crime like the murder of Willard Grandstaff. What do investigators hope to achieve when such a video gets several eyes on it?
What Happened to Lamont Adair?
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What Happened to Lamont Adair?

S1/EP8 24-year-old Lamont Adair has just earned the shot to play professional basketball in China. But when he’s gunned down in broad daylight, the community goes silent. What secrets will investigators find in Lamont’s Final Moments?
How Did Je'Michael Malloy Do on His Polygraph Test?
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How Did Je'Michael Malloy Do on His Polygraph Test?

S1/EP5 Joshua Hamilton, a detective of the Hope Mills Police Department, recalls when Je'Michael Malloy, a suspect in the murder of Danielle Locklear, agreed to take a polygraph test ... which he failed miserably. Detective Hamilton was struck by how eerily calm Malloy appeared during his interrogation.
Danielle Locklear Had No Activity
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Danielle Locklear Had No Activity

S1/EP5 Joshua Hamilton, a detective of the Hope Mills Police Department, discusses how active murder victim Danielle Locklear was on social media, which made it all the more alarming when her digital footprint suddenly stopped completely. Why would she just disappear?
Danielle Locklear Was a Youth Mentor
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Danielle Locklear Was a Youth Mentor

S1/EP5 Darline Heegel, the grandmother of murder victim Danielle Locklear, and Chena Simmons, Danielle's great aunt, recall how active Danielle was at her local church and how she would mentor young children at the church's summer camp. Who would want to kill this bright and extremely likable teenage girl?