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  • 18: 695BGK | Phoebe Judge,Lauren Spohrer,Eric Mennel

    18: 695BGK

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    • By Phoebe Judge, Lauren Spohrer, Eric Mennel
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    Police officer John Edwards was patrolling a quiet neighborhood in Bellaire, Texas when he saw an SUV driven by two young African-American men. It was just before 2am on December 31, 2008. Edwards followed the SUV and ran the license plate number. When his computer indicated that the SUV was stolen, Edwards drew his gun and told the two men to get down on the ground. It wasn't until later that he realized he'd typed the wrong license plate number into his computer. He was off by one digit. By the time he realized his mistake, one of the men had already been shot in the chest at close range.

  • The Fifth Suspect | Phoebe Judge,Eric Mennel,Lauren Spohrer,Tommy Wall

    The Fifth Suspect

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    In June 2014, authorities released information about a massive child pornography ring being conducted in North Carolina. Four suspects had already been arrested, and the police were asking the public for help finding a fifth suspect. But they didn't need to look very hard - the suspect was about to turn himself in, almost by accident.

  • Dropping like Flies | Eric Mennel,Phoebe Judge

    Dropping like Flies

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    [Contains explicit content] Every year for the past few years, tens of thousand of flytraps have gone missing from the wild, from gardens, from nurseries. And, really, nobody knows where they go. What's cropped up in rural North Carolina is essentially a Venus Flytrap crime ring with lackeys, middlemen, and a mysterious end buyer who's perpetuating the market. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.

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