Next Episode of Homicide City: Charlotte is
Season 1 / Episode 6 and airs on 22 January 2020 02:00
All cities, even the great ones, harbor dark secrets. Homicide City: Charlotte uncovers the most dramatic murders that have taken place in this southern metropolis. Told through the eyes of veteran homicide detective Garry McFadden and his colleagues at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department, these are the cases no one will ever forget.
Trail of Evil is about the murders of two women committed 8 years apart. First, the 1979 murder of bar manager and aspiring singer Harriett Simmons goes unsolved despite police work. In 1987, Jerri Ann Jones vanishes after getting off work at a Charlotte grocery store. Twenty years later, a random tip connects the two cases.
Churchside Killer tells the story of the 2005 murder of Kenyadda Patterson — a single mother of two who works two jobs, does volunteer work and attends UNC-Charlotte in pursuit of a college degree. Her body is found behind a local Charlotte church and police have many suspects to investigate. But a random database search is ultimately what helps police find her killer.
Devil in Disguise looks at the Nikki McPhatter murder in 2009. Clues about McPhatter's disappearance lead Charlotte detectives to South Carolina, where they work with the Richland County Sheriff's Department to bring the killer and his accomplice to justice.
ABCs of Murder tells the story of beloved Charlotte school teacher Anthony Davis, who also serves as a mentor to youths in need. Davis was found murdered in his home in 2010, and police ultimately discover that someone he had tried to help is responsible for his death.
Auditing Evil delves into the case of the 2008 murder of Sallie Rohrbach of Raleigh, an auditor for the N.C. Department of Insurance who vanished while on a business trip to Charlotte. CMPD explain how they located Rohrbach and uncovered the truth about who was responsible for her murder.
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