America’s Most Wanted
“America’s Most Wanted,” the show that launched John Walsh to stardom and helped lead to the capture of over a thousand criminals has been canceled, according to TV Guide Magazine.
The story of Marissa Karp, the 17-year-old Broward County girl who was dumped in a canal off Alligator Alley in 2002, will air on “America’s Most Wanted” tonight at 9 p.m.
The parents of a six year old girl killed in the Thanksgiving 2009 shooting spree for which Paul Merhige faces multiple murder charges dropped a bombshell Wednesday when they said they would sue his mother and father. The suit will claim the parents had ‘some sense’ Mehrige might kill at the family gathering, but did nothing to stop him or warn others.
Just weeks after Fox dropped “America’s Most Wanted” after more than two decades, its creator-host, John Walsh, has a new home for the show on the Lifetime network.
The father of a murdered teen is joining with the Broward Sheriff’s Office on the 9th anniversary of her death to announce a reward increase. He hopes that someone will come forward with information on the case.
The man accused of gunning down a Miami security guard, sparking a nationwide manhunt, has been captured in Texas.
On the run for a little more than two years, a man accused in the murder of a North Miami Beach woman was taken into custody over the weekend in Minnesota thanks to a tip to a popular TV crime show.
A man wanted in connection to a 2008 North Miami Beach murder has been arrested in Minnesota, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Hoping to generate new leads in the murder of a South Florida security guard, a new billboard debuted featuring the picture of his alleged killer.