All posts tagged: Gene Cervantes

Crime Wire Investigates! October 25

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Also, please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: http://blogtalkradio.com/crimewire While the principles of the Crime Wire Team, Dennis Griffin, Tom Shamshak, Vito Colucci and Susan Murphy Milano, are each away from the show this week, Crime Wire Consultant from Citizens Against Homicide, Gene Cervantes will be the guest for the hour, along with Crime Wire Director of Research, Kim Kolton. The two will be discussing unsolved cases: SEGMENT ONE: THE CHRISTOPHER RUDOW CASE Christopher Rudow of Buffalo, NY was murdered in hisapartment in January of 2010. He was 32 years old. Buffalo Police still list the case as unsolved and havetold his mother, Linda Olenski, that the killer used “blunt force trauma” toend Christopher’s life. Police also told her that it appeared to be a crime ofpassion and that Chris probably knew his killer. There was no evidence of forced entry or a break in.Whoever killed Chris was let into or had means to enter the apartment. SEGMENT TWO: THE HEATHER BROADUS …

Crime Wire Investigates! On the Radio LIVE

Crime Wire http://www.crimewiresite.com Please join us in welcoming Tom Shamshak to Crime Wire! Tuesday, March 20,  9pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crimewire Guests: Gene Cervantes of Citizens Against Homicide  will be with us for the full hour. We’ll open with the July 5, 2006 murder of Joseph Ross in Oakdale, California. The 28-year-old was stabbed to death in the early morning hours. In spite of a $50,000 reward the case remains unsolved. Joseph’s parents, Nancy and Bob Ross, and Lt. Lester Jenkins of the Oakdale Police Department, will join us to discuss the status of the investigation. The second segment will focus on the January 6, 2008 death of 51-year-old Luis Padilla in Crofton, Maryland. After a brief investigation, Luis’s death was ruled a suicide. Margaret Padilla, Luis’ sister, and his friend Alicia Morris disagree. They will explain why they believe Luis was in fact a victim of homicide. Be sure to keep up to date on featured cases and issues on our website:  http://crimewiresite.com Join the TEAM each Tuesday night at 9pm ET with Intimate Violence Prevention …