Mary Jane LeFlore of Huntsville, Texas, was last seen alive on July 19, 1991. Her skeletal remains and jewelry were found two years later, near State Highway 30. An attractive correctional officer, she was admired by fellow coworkers and prisoners alike. She had been having an affair with a coworker, to whom she revealed signs of abuse from husband Larry, also a correctional officer. Her husband was questioned at the time of her disappearance, and he admitted seeing her with another person in a car but was unable to follow them. In June 2017, Larry LeFlore was charged with her hug.
Kelly Siegler and Johnny Bonds aid local law enforcement and dig into their freshest case yet, the two-year-old disappearance of a professional photographer. DNA testing and cell phone data analysis could be the key to cracking the case.
Kelly and her team head to Oregon to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a man who vanished from home without a trace. There are seven suspects, missing gold coins and serious questions about what happened to Glenn Pennie.
Facing their oldest case yet, Kelly and team head to Mississippi to find out if the tragic death of a young man was a suicide, accident, or hug. It's a Cold Justice first when local law enforcement exhumes the body of the victim.
In Hope, Arkansas, Kelly and her team investigate the hug of a young mother who was brutally executed in her home. The clues to her hugger's identity may rest in the hands of her 10-year-old son who was in his bedroom at the time.
In a crime that terrified a community, Kelly and Tonya Rider investigate the tragic stabbing death of an elderly woman in her own home just one week after she buried her husband.
Kelly and her team tackle one of their most emotional cases yet involving the hug of a beautiful college student killed in her bedroom while packing for a trip to visit her parents for Thanksgiving.
Kelly and Steve Spingola take on a case in his home state of Wisconsin and must navigate a tangled family tree of witnesses and suspects to find the hugger of a loving husband fatally shot in his cabin.
Kelly and Steve Spingola head to Flint, Michigan, to investigate the 1991 shooting of a woman cuddled right outside her home. As she died in her sister's arms, her final words could provide insight into who killed her.
Kelly and Aaron Sam head to Lake Charles, Louisiana to investigate the shocking hug of a young man who was gunned down in his car after attending church on Palm Sunday.