In New Orleans, a woman is executed in broad daylight, and Detective Chuck Ward discovers she may not be the killer's first victim. But can he find a witness willing to step up before more blood is shed?
This special, two hour program features several well known First 48 detectives retelling the most haunting cases from their careers.
New Orleans Detective Ryan Vaught investigates a gruesome and horrific murder: a grandmother and her four-year-old grandson shot in her bedroom, leaving the grandmother dead and the four-year-old struggling to survive.
In New Orleans, a man is ambushed in front of his grandmother's house. Detectives Jeffrey Vappie and Tim Bender suspect a woman close to the victimthe victim may have arranged the shooting, but they need hard evidence to prove it--and quickly.
In New Orleans, when a woman is slashed to death, the investigation into her murder leads Detectives Chuck Ward and Rob Barrere to a house of horrors, and they discover the killer may be someone they least expected.
In Dallas, when a husband is shot in his bed after an Easter party, Detective Michael Yeric suspects that the victim's wife may be hiding a dark secret.
In New Orleans, when a young mother is found beaten to death in her home, Detective Greg Johnson must fight to prove he has enough evidence against her killer, before he walks free.
Detectives Mike McCleery and Bob Bachelder investigate the murder of a promising high-school senior, shot to death the week before Christmas, and stuffed in the trunk of his car, 25 miles from home.
In Cleveland, a man is gunned down at home in front of his family just a few days before Christmas. Detectives Tom Armelli and Bob Ford must delve into the dangerous business of drug dealing to hunt down the killers.
In Cleveland, after a man is found dead in his car, the autopsy reveals he was strangled to death. Detectives Nate Sowa and Ray Diaz take the case and uncover a secret relationship that could lead them to their killer.
In Dallas, when a young father is gunned down in front of his house, Detective Steve David discovers that the victim had a secret that may have led to his murder.
In Dallas, a man is found shot dead on his front porch, and the homicide team finds almost a million dollars in his home. Detective Rick Duggan must track down two suspects with a history of violence--before they strike again.
In Cleveland, after a beloved neighbor is murdered in his own home, Detective Art Echols is on the hunt for a killer who may be closer than he thinks. Then in Dallas, after a robbery that left one man dead and another severely wounded,
In Dallas, a young father is shot dead outside a bar, and the killer is caught is caught on video. But can detectives find someone to ID him? Then, in Cleveland, a mother of six is gunned down on her birthday, leaving her family devastated.
In New Orleans, when a mother of five is found bound and executed in a vacant lot, Detectives Mike McCleery and Bob Bachelder race to piece together the final hours of her life to catch her vicious killer--before he strikes again.
Miami homicide team's choice for a possible last meal before working a long case is anything but typical Miami cuisine.
When surveillance footage is the key piece of evidence, will speculation about the footage cause the alleged killers to walk free?
The day after Miami's notorious rapper, Bizzle is killed, Detectives meet with his family to express their dedication to the case.
Det. Steve David heads out to the scene where the victim was last seen alive to see if he can get surveillance video of his suspect.
Detective Tom Armelli gives a tour of the Cleveland Police Museum and tells some stories from Cleveland's frightful past.
Adriana Johnson was only 10 years old when her parents were gunned down in front of her in Miami. Adriana, now 16, describes what happened that day. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Shani Kilpatrick talks about the pain and difficulty in trying to move on after the loss of her daughter Amber.
Miami Lt. John W. Burhmaster is unpacking his boxes after being transferred back to Homicide.
Birmingham Crime Scene processes the victim's car to see if the fingerprints match any of the suspects Det. Anderson already has in custody.
Det. Kristen Downs and the Louisville Metro CSU process the stolen vehicle that the suspect used right before the victim was killed in hopes of finding physical evidence.
Dallas Detectives question a woman who saw the victim with the alleged suspects shortly before he is killed.
Fan favorites Sgt. Rick Zimmerman, Lt. Tony Mullins, Maj. Caroline Mason, and former Det. John Berrena look back on their experiences on the First 48 and reflect on how their lives have changed since the investigations featured on the show.
Miami Crime Scene tries to recover fingerprints from a burned out car which proves to be difficult.
Det. Todd Burkard and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg homicide detectives go hunting in dumpsters in hopes of finding the murder weapon.
Detectives Tom Armelli andBob Ford in Cleveland may have found the cell phone that was stolen from their victim.
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