A woman calls 911 to report that her sister, Barbara Keim, hasn't showed up for work, which was very unusual for her character. Details emerge that she also failed to pick up her 5-year-old son that day, causing the police to respond to Barbara's apartment.
In 2015, Kisha Schaberg and her biological son Anthony “Tony” Bluml were sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Tony's adoptive parents, Roger and Melissa Bluml. Accomplices Andrew Ellington and Braden Smith were also sentenced for their connection to the slayings. Roger and Melissa had been shot in the head as they sat in a car outside their home in Valley Center, Kansas.
Sedgwick County Sheriff's Colonel Gregory Pollock remembers Roger and Melissa Bluml. The couple were shot in the head as they sat in a car outside their home in Valley Center, Kansas. Police later arrested and charged their adoptive son, Anthony “Tony” Bluml, his biological mother, Kisha Schaberg, and two others in connection with the murders.
Shawn Hamilton discusses her relationship with ex-girlfriend Kisha Schaberg. In 2015, Schaberg and her biological son Anthony “Tony” Bluml were sentenced to life in prison for the murders of Tony's adoptive parents, Roger and Melissa Bluml. The couple had been shot in the head as they sat in a car outside their home in Valley Center, Kansas.
On November 13, 2015, 911 dispatchers in Wichita, Kansas, receive a call from the quiet suburb of Valley Center. Christopher Blumbl, 16, has found his parents, Roger and Melissa Bluml, parked in the driveway of their home covered in blood.
Police from Tyler County, Texas, interview Kristen Westfall about the shooting deaths of Nathan Maddox, her ex-husband, and his new wife, Krystal Maddox, who were murdered outside of a small church. Westfall was found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
George Trovato, father of Anne Trovato, discusses his relationship with his daughter. Anne was found guilty of killing her mother, Patricia Mery, who was stabbed to death and beaten with a baseball bat at her Ossining, New York, home. The two had been engaged in a custody battle over Anne's young daughter.
When Nathan and Krystal Maddox are gunned down outside of a church in Colmesneil, Texas, investigators rush to locate their killer. Could a custody battle over Nathan's young daughter be the key to unlocking the case?
On January 18, 2014, a quiet Texas community is shocked by the brutal shootings of Nathan and Krystal Maddox outside a small church. Two witnesses, including Letha Westfall, call 911 to report the attack.
Ruth Walden reflects on the murder of her friend Patricia Mery. Mery was killed by her daughter, Anne Trovato, who stabbed Mery to death and beat her with a baseball bat on Mother's Day 2006. Trovato was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.
Those close to Anne Trovato's case discuss the aftermath of her mother Patricia Mery's murder. Trovato stabbed Mery to death and beat her with a baseball bat on Mother's Day 2006. The two had been involved in a custody battle over Trovato's young daughter. Trovato was found guilty and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.
Unable to reach his sister Patrica Mery for several days, Michael Mery visits her home in Ossining, New York. Inside, he finds her beaten and stabbed to death. A knife and bat are laying next to her body on the living room floor.
A family recovering from one devastating loss is hit with another. On Mother's Day 2006, Michael Mery finds his sister, Patricia Mery, stabbed to death in her living room in Ossining, New York.
Geraldine R. Jones, her attorney Lisa Deley, prosecutor Steve Koester, and others speak about Jones' motivations behind the slaying of Samantha Fleming and the abduction of her 3-month-old daughter. On May 4, 2018, Jones pleaded guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of criminal confinement for holding the mother and daughter against their wills.