Inside Crime with Angeline Hartmann

Inside Crime with Angeline Hartmann

INSIDE CRIME takes you behind the scenes and beyond the headlines. You’ll hear candid conversations with every day people whose lives have been impacted by crime. Host Angeline Hartmann delivers fresh and honest perspective from law enforcement, victims’ families, and survivors about their unique experiences inside crime.... Show More

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Beaten as a little boy, Sean Wyman ran away from home and entered foster care when he was just ten years old. Today, Sean is a police officer, public speaker and author. He shares his life story to help others.

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When a man slashed Sayeh’s throat and left her for dead, doctors say it was a miracle she survived. And after that savage attack, she faced even more overwhelming challenges. In our season of SURVIVORS and HEROES, we feature Sayeh’s inspirational story in a two-part episode.

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Sayeh was eight years old when her mother’s boyfriend broke into their home and kidnapped Sayeh and her 6-year-old sister, Sara. It’s a story that’s difficult to hear but Sayeh wants everyone to know what happened because she hopes it will help save other children.

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In 2002, FBI Special Agent Jon Moeller was part of a new unit that investigated crimes against children when 13-year-old Alicia Kozakiewicz disappeared from her Pittsburgh neighborhood. Her abductor held her captive in his basement, tortured her and broadcast the abuse live online. Days later, when FBI agents stormed the house, Agent Moeller led the way.

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Alicia had been chatting online for several months with someone she thought was her own age until he showed up in her Pittsburgh neighborhood. What happened next was straight out of a horror movie. Alicia knows she’s lucky to be alive and has made it her life mission to protect other children.

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In 2014, Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Daniel Reyes became the first Deputy Sheriff to receive the highest honor from the United States Attorney General's Office: The Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery. These days, Deputy Sheriff Reyes openly shares his very personal story to help save others. He explains to Angeline what happened when he suddenly faced the barrel of a handgun and how he survived.

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DEA Special Agent Joe Piersante is an American Hero. He is the recipient of numerous medals for bravery including the Secretary of Defense Medal for the Defense of Freedom - the civilian equivalent of the Purple Heart for injuries sustained in combat. In this episode of Inside Crime, Joe shares intimate details of that day with Angeline and we learn why he‘s a true inspiration to us all.

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At the edge of a cow farm in rural Texas, a man mowing his property suddenly hit something in his path - a black suitcase. Packed inside was a pink dress with hearts and butterflies that said “Follow Your Dreams,” a size-4 diaper and the skeletal remains of a little girl with her feeding tube.

Medical experts say the child, believed to have been between 2 to 6 years old, had a medical condition that impacted her jaw. Inve... Read more

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The search for answers sends investigators to Athens, Georgia. With the help of Inside Crime listeners, more leads are generated creating momentum in the case and authorities consider a new plan of action.

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Thanks to Inside Crime listeners, there’s new energy behind this 20 year investigation. Angeline gets a call from a Virginia woman with her own heartbreaking story about a missing boy.

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After two decades, it turns out the lead detective has his own questions about information that was passed to the FBI. Angeline enlists the help of an expert in data analysis and talks to a special unit at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children that helps investigators in other unsolved cases.

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Investigators share details about leads they’re tracking to identify the body of a little boy found near a Georgia cemetery. Angeline speaks with a woman who believes she knew the child in the woods and has been haunted by him ever since.

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The second part of a multi-episode feature story, INSIDE CRIME picks up where it left off in the quest to give an unidentified child his name back. Angeline interviews several of the original investigators in the 20-year-old mystery and gets to the heart of a promising lead.

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The first of a multi-episode feature story, INSIDE CRIME follows the decades long quest to give an unidentified child his name back. The heartbreaking mystery began when police received a call that a body had been discovered in a wooded area next to a cemetery, just outside of Atlanta. A TV news reporter also responded to the scene. That was 20 years ago and that reporter is now the host of INSIDE CRIME.

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February 23, 2019

Season 2 of Inside Crime kicks off with an unsolved mystery involving a child. Just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, skeletal remains of a little boy were found by a cemetery and no one knows his identity. We speak with the investigators, who have worked tirelessly, about all the leads they have followed and we reveal new details that may finally lead to some answers. For the host of Inside Crime, Angeline Hartmann, this investigati... Read more

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Once listed on Forbes' Billionaires List, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was convicted by a U.S. jury of 10 criminal counts in connection with his narcotics empire. Inside Crime gets exclusive insight on the special operation to capture the elusive fugitive who was on the run for decades.

Before taking on the role as the head of DEA’s New York Field Division, Ray Donovan was in charge of the special task force ass... Read more

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For 25 years, John Walsh hosted the iconic television show, “America’s Most Wanted.” Now he’s at it again with a brand new TV show on the Investigation Discovery network “In Pursuit with John Walsh,” tracking down fugitives on the run and helping find missing children. John tells Angeline why he’s “saddling up” once more, this time with his son Callahan.

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The 1995 bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City remains the worst act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. It killed 168 people and injured hundreds more. One picture from that day was seared into the minds of all who saw it. The image shows Firefighter Chris Fields holding one year old Baylee Almon, it won the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography. Chris tells Angeline about that April day and how his life w... Read more

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Jay Dobyns retired after 27 years as a Special Agent for the ATF. During his career, he excelled at working undercover, convincing dangerous violent criminals that he was one of them. Angeline talks to Jay about, “Operation Black Biscuit” - the case against the notorious Hells Angels. Jay explains how he was able to gain their trust. He also reveals his very personal story about the battle damage of being undercover.

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The Netflix series Narcos: Mexico shines a new spotlight on the story of DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena who was kidnapped, tortured and killed in February 1985. In response to the brutal murder of Agent Camarena, a task force group was formed called, “Operation Leyenda.” Angeline talks to Abel Reynoso, one of the original DEA agents assigned to the group. Hear first hand what investigators le... Read more

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