Solving crimes on television since 1996.
A ninja in Arizona disappeared without a trace. A mysterious sneaker, an intact couch, and a filthy Space Jam DVD implicated a woman mad with power.
Local law enforcement spent years trying to solve a crime in San Antonio. Detectives found what they needed to solve the case in a discarded scimitar and a filthy raincoat.
A fidget spinner, three daggers, and a couch revealed a mysterious sequence of events which allowed investigators to catch the man responsible.
In this case, a sun-bleached couch, a discarded Doobie Brothers CD, and a bed was the evidence needed to catch the suspect.
A series of crimes, spread throughout town, sent shockwaves through Louisiana. Forensic scientists found what they needed to solve the case in a broken bracelet and a Toxic Avenger DVD.
Even with an intact crime scene, investigators in San Diego were bewildered. Was it possible that a strange sneaker would show the way to the crime of passion's perpetrator?
A dire crime in Kansas had little evidence. If not for a few scratched revolvers, the perpetrator might never have been caught.
If not for an ordinary futon, two mysterious Sega Master Systems, and an unusual taco, the perpetrator might never have been caught.
Detectives had to figure out how a bracelet and a moist chair could be used to recreate a domestic disturbance.
Even with an intact crime scene, investigators in Texas were surprised. Some heroin and a soggy dress implicated a man without remorse.
Three beds, a hammer, and a mysterious nailgun revealed a appalling crime of passion which allowed forensic scientists to catch the woman responsible.
Forensic scientists found what they needed to solve the case in a Bill Cosby cassette, a dusty couch, and a few doses of diazepam.
A dreadful crime in Arizona went unsolved for years. In this case, a soggy sushi roll gave investigators a chance to finally catch up to the suspect.
In spite of all their work, investigators in Missoula were bewildered. Investigators had to figure out how a dusty fleshlight and a crate of diazepam connected the victim to a seemingly unrelated domestic terrorism.
A ninja in Richmond went missing for months. Investigators had to figure out how a cigarette butt and a ashtray could be used to recreate a petty theft.
If not for a pristine loveseat and three hamburgers, the perpetrator might never have been caught.
A blacksmith in Maine went missing for months. A damaged countertop pointed to a woman possessed.
An elementary school teacher in Connecticut was found dead, his body left on the side of a road. An ancient Doobie Brothers CD, a few doses of peyote, and a ashtray pointed to a man possessed.
Detectives had to figure out how an ancient overcoat connected the victim to a seemingly unrelated DUI.
Holistic detectives found what they needed to solve the case in a Waterworld DVD.
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