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Oct 5, 2009 2:30am EDT
until 4:10 or so is a primary piece of information in the on going investigation into george smith's disappearance. >> a little after 4:00 in the morning, we were awakened by what i would call a loud cheering. simply like a college drinking game. this happened two different times. >> reporter: the deputy chief was awakened by what he thought were six loud voices at the exact same time that is josh's lawyer told the story george and his drinking buddies had returned from a fruitless search for jennifer who had gone missing. the chief then a 31-year police veteran with a number of homicide investigations under i had belt reflexively noted the time, called the security office to complain about the noisy party and banged on the wall. all to no avail. >> after a couple minutes, we heard voices outside the door of the smith cabin. i don't recall pulling the door open. i assumed they were leaving the party. but that was just my impression at the time. >> reporter: for a few minutes, the next door cabin quieted down. male voices in normal conversation. the chief couldn't for the most part ma
Oct 5, 2009 3:00am EDT
russians stumbled george to his cabin on deck nine. wn they see there's no jennifer, george chges his shirt and they all set out again to find her. it's now about 3:45 a.m. the posse of five had gone to the place tat the young people know onboard as the after hours hook up spot. >> they go to the jacuzzi and the solarium area, no jennifer. so it's five, ten minutes there, a very ort amount of time looking. it's obvious there is nobody else there. and then five, ten minutes back to the room. that puts them back to the room at 4:00 inhe morning. >> reporter: josh describes they ended that ght. >> when they got to the room with george the last time, they put him down in bed. josh is going to the bathroom using the bathroom. the other boys put him down on the bed, take his shoes off leave the room, good-bye, let's go. we're out of here. they go down to one of the russian boys' rooms and order an incredible amount of room service and sit room service shows up 4:30, 4:45 with the food. they eat. josh is back in bed by 5:15 that morning. >> reporter: but the veteran california police officer
Feb 27, 2012 2:45am EST
that george and jennifer first met fellow passenger josh askin, a 20-year-old from laguna hills, california, cruising with his family. keith greer is josh askin's attorney. >> they hailed a cab together and headed off into florence. that's when they first talked and got to know each other. >> reporter: on day five of the cruise, the newlyweds planned a short excursion by themselves on the greek island. >> george loves greece and he just couldn't wait to get off the boat that day. so the two of us had, you know, walked around for a little bit, and it was just such a breathtaking place that we were saying, god, i can't wait to come back here. >> reporter: the cream on the top of a very cool day for george was a celebrity sighting of tara reid as she taped a tv show. >> so excited. apparently he was like a little boy getting to meet a movie star. >> reporter: who could have guessed that the last happy snaps of george smith were being taken that very day. final photos for a family album and a final shout-out e-mail. >> just said, i'm having the time of my life. he said, don't get in
Oct 12, 2009 3:00am EDT "hispanics today" will be right back. nd, in fact that, night george taught josh how to play craps for the most part. >> reporter: so george had luck that night. >> that's interesting. there's talk out there about big money and big winnings and all that. didn't happen. george at one point in time went over to the table with jennifer and she had been losing, not big, but losing. and he had to go back to the room and get money to come back and give it to her. >> reporter: sow doesn't stagger out of the casino that night with a wad of hundreds in his pocket? >> no, nothing like. that. >> reporter: with the night in full swing, josh would make an emphatic point about what he thinks he sees next. jennifer and the man he calls the casino manager getting cozy. at 2:30 in the morning, now july 5th, the casino is closed for the night and the honeymooners, josh and the three russian boys head for the disco bar up on deck 13. everyone's tipsy or better, according to josh. >> this is really where it stops becoming a normal night. >> reporter: packed into the elevator is the casino m
Jun 17, 2011 10:00pm EDT
who moved from ohio to florida when their two children were young. cindy worked as a nurse. george had been a sheriff's deputy who worked in security. they settled into an orlando subdivision where their home on hopespring drive was a model of manicured manicured suburbia. manicured suburbia. she was bringing up baby as her parents told "dateline" in 2008. >> she's a very strong mother. she's always took care of her daughter, made her very smart, i think very attentive for her age. >> the young mom got life line support from her parents. with no dad in the picture or on the birth records, she lived at home. when she'd gotten pregnant at 18, family friends would look back later and think it strange that no one in the anthony household would acknowledge, even seven months on, that casey was having a baby. correspondent and former prosecutor beth karas is covering the case for the trutv network. >> cindy's a nurse and denied it. she said, she's just bloated. >> true crime writer, host on investigation discovery, thinks that's the case. >> the fact that their daughter would be pregnant
Oct 31, 2016 2:02am EDT
. narrator: this week on george to the rescue, a heartwarming transformation for a couple with big hearts. so it's really not me saving her. narrator: so grab your sledgehammer and join us for a few close calls-- one issue-- and this, i haven't even brought up to you or nick. narrator: --on the way to the big reveal. here we go. welcome home. oh my god, what a difference. hi, my name is gail renner. and i'm kevin. i believe in my hometown, secaucus, new jersey. well, i was originally born in queens, new york. from there, i worked my way into the city. and then i was on the upper west side when i met gail. gail: we've been together for 10 years, kevin and i. we actually met online. you were really the first person that i reached out to. d that in your profile-- and i loved dogs, so i said, why don't we meet and walk our dogs? i didn't really want to do anything else but that. it was just kind of like a meeting. i wanted to make sure you weren't a weirdo. and then we were together from then on. kevin: yep. gail: yeah. kevin: for me, it was always the conversations. we were always tal
Nov 14, 2016 2:02am EST
about the bathroom room safety because if she slips, she's going to get very hurt. if george can come in and rescue the fear that i feel inside on a daily basis, that would be magnificent. [music playing] i'm george oliphant. mike, right? yeah donna, mikayla. do you know who this is, mikayla? oh, my goodness. that's george. i heard your story, and i'm so sorry for what you guys are dealing with. and we're gonna give you the bathroom that you need and that you deserve, a beautiful bathroom for you, too, mikayla. it's gonna be beautiful. can you say, thank you? thank you. george: you're very welcome. so to help us out on this rescue, i've got rob tell from intellebuild. he's gonna be our gc. he's gonna take care of all the nuts and bolts. i've got tyler wisler, "george to the rescue" alumni. i'm just kind of excited to see what he does with the space. all right, so, rob, tyler, this is currently the myhre's bathroom. and as you can see, it's unusable, really, for donna. she can't get in here. absolutely, this is very inaccessible for her to get around, not functional at all. defini
Nov 21, 2016 2:02am EST
, uh, can i tell gail first? george oliphant: gail, she was terminally ill. she had one shot. and that was kevin. live in this world without you. and that's love. we had no clue we were the same blood type and anything like that. -well, yeah. -that's really crazy. so the destiny part of it, yeah. so she said, we met online, and i always kid around with her that she was scrolling through the pictures and saying, look, oh, his liver looks pretty healthy. maybe i'll shoot him an email. i don't like thinking about the odds of what would have happened if it wasn't-- i would have had to wait for-- kevin: and how sick she would have got. le dying while they're waiting for an organ because there's not that many organ donors. kevin means a lot to me. i mean, just the thought that he was able to donate part of his body, risk his life to save me, is incredible. i get to keep my best friend is what it has been for me. and so every day that she wakes up and is feeling good, for me, that's my gift. gail: my parents built this home when i was a baby. and we lived upstairs and my grandparents liv
Feb 27, 2012 3:05am EST
haunting headline making case. the disappearance of george smith who vanished from a cruise in the mediterranean on his honeymoon. no one has ever been arrested, and the investigation has at times seemed to grind to a halt. but now we've obtained exclusive access to documents, photos and depositions that may offer tantalizing clues to what happened on that ship. here is dennis murphy. >> i happened to look at the color of the life boats, it looked like red blood. >> missing honeymooner, george smith. >> i heard a thud. >> in a calf nated driven news cycle, events months ago can seem like ancient history. here is a jog from years back. a missing groom, a beautiful blonde bride, good-looking guy in mysterious fashion, he went overboard in their honeymoon cruise. remember then, george smith and jennifer hagel. his mother does and always will. >> he made our family complete. and now our family is split, and every day i miss him. >> the question what happened to george smith? a fatal accident or foul play? it may be an old headline, but it's an active, on-going investigation in the file
Jun 9, 2012 10:00pm PDT
. it's a haunting headline-making case, the disappearance of george smith who vanished from a cruise in the mediterranean on his honeymoon. no one has ever been arrested and the investigation at times seems to have grind to a halt. but now we've obtained exclusive access to documents, depositions, photos that offers tantalizing clues to what may have really happened on that ship. here's dennis murphy. . >> i happened to look at the cover of the lifeboats. it looked like red blood. >> in the case of missing honeymooner george smith. >> that's when i heard a horrific thud. >> missing, presumed dead. >> she has no idea what happened. i'm not going to let her go to jail. >> reporter: in a twitter fied, caffeinated news cycle, events from even a month ago can seem like ancient history. so here's a memory jog from years back. the missing groom. a beautiful blond bride, her good looking guy. in mysterious fashion, he went overboard on their honeymoon cruise. remember them? george smith and jennifer hague pl .h his brother does and always will. >> he made our family complete. and now the family
Jan 6, 2012 10:00pm EST
in a haunting, headline-making case. it's been more than six years since george smith vanished from a honeymoon cruise in the mediterranean. no one has ever been arrested, and the investigation has at times seemed to grind to a halt. but now "dateline" has obtained exclusive access to never-before-seen documents, photos and depositions that may offer tantalizetion new clues to what really happened on that ship. here's dennis murphy. >> i happened to look at the cover of the lifeboats. it looked like red blood. >> a missing honeymooner george smith. >> that's when i heard a horrific thud. >> missing, presumed dead. >> she has no idea what happened. i'm not letting her go to jail. >> she's not! >> reporter: in a twitter fight, captivated cable-driven news cycle, events of even a month ago can seem like ancient history. so here's a memory jog from years back. the missing groom, a beautiful blonde bride, her good-looking bride. in mysterious fashion he went overboard on their honeymoon. remember them? george smith and jennifer hagel. his mother does and always will. >> he made our famil
Dec 14, 2009 3:00am EST
on the shores of lake michigan it's extraordinary. thanks for joining me. >> coming up george is clearing out the clutter and turning this family's garage into an extension of their living space. when "open house" continues. >> welcome back, it's time for a rescue. as george helps a family finally put their garage to use by clearing out the clutter and adding a few surprises along the way. ica from new jersey writes in, dear open house, i need help with my one-car garage, it's taken over by strollers and junk. as a matter of fact i don't want to put my car in there, i would like to turn it into a rec room or maybe a gym. can you help me? let's find out. >> i am erica and my husband and i have been married for 11 years. the problem that we are tackling today is our garage. i think ultimately it's just become storage sort of an organized chaos. where we really haven't been able to utilize the space. the ideal solution for us is to move all of our work-out equipment into the garage. make the garage a functional space, a part of our home that we use regularly. >> jay, good to see you
Aug 28, 2009 9:00pm EDT
happy lives for themselves. jennifer, to no one's surprise, had married a jock, george allan smith iv, the son of a family that has run a very successful liquor store in wealthy greenwich, connecticut. george was a big guy, 6' 2" over 200-pounds. coach bob darula recalls a good linebacker and a nice kid at greenwich high. >> very likeable, quiet young man, coachable, ya know? very dry sense of humor. always had a nice smile, ya know? >> reporter: george had graduated from babson college in massachusetts with a business degree, a background he hoped to bring to the family store when his father retired. >> george did like to go out and have a good time. >> reporter: shawn keenan lived two doors down from george smith at babson. a friend he remembers as a well-buffed mass of muscles. they lifted weights together almost every day. >> in a group situation he had a tough exterior but he definitely liked being around people. he just was the kind of guy that liked to have a lot of fun, kind of a prankster. you know, not the class clown or anything but definitely, you know, liked to have fun w
Aug 21, 2011 2:30pm EDT
person. >> when detective george daniels arrived, nancy's neighborhood was already filling up with a small army of her panicked friends. nancy's family rushed to cary to join in the search. her husband brad made a public plea for p help. >> if anyone knows anything, i just want them to contact the police with any information they may have. again, thank you to everyone who continues to come out and help out. >> sir, do you have a flyer? >> volunteers chased up and down the running trails where she loved to train. they combed the surrounding parks and lakes and woods for this woman they had grown to love since she and brad moved down from canada. >> just had a capacity to make her rather always large group of friends feel they were all the best friend. in many ways they were. >> when she walked into a room, that's where people wanted to be. >> she and brad were like a lot of people in cary, raising a family here, having got their start in another places in time, in brad and annancy's case, calgary, canada. that's where they met back in '98. >> i really liked him. >> as did nancy's youn
Sep 22, 2014 2:03am EDT
name is idris elba. >> i got to interview him weeks ago. >> the ladies wouldn't mind putting george clooney in the hot seat either? >> is a man that finds the right woman that makes you wants to marry him. >> did he change or she change? >> or is she knocked up? >> i wanted to know how they felt about the ray rice scandal. >> no one should lay their hands on anyone ever. >> i'm just mad you get to work with mario. >> "the real" getting real about my second week on the job at >> let's head renee. >> i'm with with elizabeth banks, pitch perfect two and how to crash the super bowl. first getting recent about the photo celebrity hacking scandal, jennifer lawrence a victim. >> it's a absolute horrible violation of people's privacy. i hope that person is prosecuted and to the fullest extent of the law. >> here to fight with us? >> i am, i will. >> the hunger games cast back to fight again. >> we lovemaking the movies today -- >> and missing one of their own. >> it was a complete and utter shock and total tragedy. >> hoffman filming mocking jay part one and almost all of two b
Oct 31, 2016 1:30am EDT
-election. in 1992, four days before election day, president george h.w. bush's hopes were hurt when defense secretary casper weinberger, former defense secretary at the time was implicated in the iran contra scandal. then the weekend before the election in 2000 it was revealed that george w. bush had been arrested decades earlier for drunk driving. news that helped al gore pull even in the polls. that was actually november surprise technically. there's no way of knowing yet whether fbi director james comey's announcement will take its place among these more celebrated october surprises. we do know that justice department officials strongly discouraged comey from going public. democrats have moved from reacting with caution to responding with anger. they say if comey doesn't know whether the e-mails are significant or whether they were sent to or from hillary clinton, then why go public right before the election?
Feb 14, 2016 7:00pm PST
america, and i learned a little bit about america. and i admire president george washington most. one of the reasons is that, um, he never blamed his problems on the previous administration. [ laughter ] [ applause ] lincoln. i love lincoln. i couldn't wait till i come to this country and drive one. [ laughter ] but i-- now i live in hollywood. hollywood's been very good to imported shirt. they all from korea. [ laughter ] did you ever reach into your pocket and pull out a little piece of paper that says, 'inspected by number 14"? that's my brother. [ laughter ] and hollywood is tough, also. you know, when i become an american citizen, i wanted to get rid of my accent. so i went to speech teacher. i said, "how can i get rid of my accent fast?" he said, "go back to korea." [ laughter ] [ applause ] you know, it took me six months to get my agent. when i first met him, he said, "what do you do?" i said, "i'm a comedian." he said, "comedians are a dime a dozen." i said, "but i'm different. i'm an oriental." then why didn't you say so." [ laughter ] and i just bought pair of siamese cat, and
Oct 30, 2009 9:00pm EDT
went up here to this high rock ridge overlooking flaming george reservoir way down there. the rock surface is shale. eric was playing near the edge throwing rocks off, chaising lizards. bob says he went to the jeep to get a soda and he heard liana scream his name. he turned around. they were gone. roger's mother called him with the news. >> she told me someing terrible had happened. i said what's happened. he said bob's wife and kid have fallen off a cliff and died. >> by then a sheriff's department lieutenant named kevin alvesteffer had arrived at the top of the cliff. he had talked to bob. >> i couldn't tell you that it was an accident. i couldn't tell you it was a homicide. it's just that it would be a good way to commit a homicide and getting away with it. >> idle speculation, really. but roger felt guilty and somehow terrified. whyterfied? he was afraid his childhood friend was about to reveal who he was and what he might be capable of. >> it was emotionally brutal. >> when the mystery of lost dog road continues. and with new lower prices all through the store. o you can do mo
Oct 17, 2011 3:05am EDT
planes and boats to look for jimmy. but there was a problem. president george bush and air force one were in the county that day. >> at that time, there was a no fly zone called. >> when hours left waiting, roger immediately got a plane in the air. but then darkness turned blue seas to black. the coast guard also launched a falcon jet with infrared nice vision to comb the waters. around midnight, it spotted something about 40 miles off the coast of florida. >> got him. he's at 10:00. >> got it. okay. >> we get the call from the coast guard they had identified the boat and they were sending a marine boat or cruiser to intercept it. >> and you're thinking at that point good news. >> i think great, good news. if they found the boat, my thought is they found my brother. >> do you guys see any people? >> then another call, more good news. >> got a call later in the morning that the infrared showed perhaps someone was on the deck, but not moving around. we're thinking maybe he is sleeping on the deck. >> perhaps it would turn out to be another sailor story to laugh about over a beer. then
Nov 14, 2016 1:30am EST
over george w. bush. she will almost surely percentage points. elections are not won that way. they are won and lost in the electoral college. trump's victory sparked protests over the past few days. one question many people are asking is, how did the polls get it so wrong? hillary clinton has one answer. yesterday she said fbi director james comey's two e-mail announcements 11 days before the election and the other two days before the election proved fatal.
Oct 15, 2017 10:00pm PDT
home with her dogs, george and gracie. still they continued to pick debra's brain. >> you can't imagine the questions that they ask you. >> detectives also talked to melissa's sister, carrie. when asked who she thought might have done this, her reaction was immediate. >> i said he may not have done anything to her. >> who was he? >> my ex-husband. we had just gotten divorced. he got served boy hy her. >> you thought he had something to do with it? >> she said he came to her house to scare her. >> he had a record so they checked out the sister's ex. >> she was a subject early on. he consented to any type of questions we asked of him and voluntarily answered them. he had been released from prison in the past. >> you have not ruled him out? >> detectives shifted to something that might provide the first break in the case. with melissa's iphone missing, they put in a request to the phone company to see if they could track her cell. when they got the report, the detective couldn't believe what he saw. it had been active after the murder and someone had gone into her voice mail and pl
Apr 8, 2011 9:00pm PDT
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Jul 29, 2016 10:00pm EDT
scare of her life. it's past midnight. she looks towards the won't and seeing a man staring back at her. michael george is live with
Jan 20, 2017 10:00pm EST
carter and george w. bush filed in as did congressional leaders and supreme court justices. then president obama and vice president joe biden. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president elect of the united states, donald john trump. >> and finally the president elect with a kiss from melania and then across the isaisle, greetings to outgoing family. then the choir sang. >> please raise your right hand and repeat after me. >> at the prescribed hour of noon, chief justice john roberts led mr. trump through the oath of office. his hand on the lincoln bible. the second one given to him by his mother. >> so help me god. >> congratulations mr. president. >> an event last year so many thought impossible had come to pass. donald j. trump is the 45th president of the united states. it was an inaugural address like no other. as provok ticative as the messaf his campaign. the people versus the political class. america first. >> politicians prospered, but the jobs left and the factories closed. the crime and the gangs and the drugs that have stolen too many lives and robbed our country of so muc
Aug 12, 2013 3:05am EDT
surveillance programs. in an exclusive interview with abc's george stephanopoulos yesterday, lon snowden wants his son edward to come home but is unsure edward could get a fair trial in the u.s. courts because he said politicians have poisoned the well of perspective jurors. >> where my son chooses to live the rest of his life is going to be his decision. what i would like at some point in time for him to be able to come back to the u.s. whether he will live the rest of his life here or not. face this. and i believe the truth will shine through. >> snowden and attorneys have secured visas to travel to russia to meet with edward snowden. they didn't say exactly when for security reasons. neither has spoken directly to edward snowden since he fled the u.s. >> it is back to business this morning morning for many of the two dozen u.s. embassies and consulates shuttered by tear railroad alert last week. mostly across the middle east. but the doors to the embassy remain locked in yemen where the threat originated. more from abc's mohamed lila in cairo. >> reporter: several embassies that were
Nov 22, 2010 3:05am EST
george w. bush, who in the wake of 9/11 believed that no price was too dear for security. so granted there are a lot o arguments we can make about what's working and what is not, but this is about the price that we pay to be secure. >> congressman, is there -- the tea party candidateor tea party sentiment within congress now which i think you are a part, is there going to be a battle with the republican party on issu like this that become more about libertarian concerns? >> i wouldn't say it's about libertarian concerns. i think when you look at the tea party, it's about a grsroots constitional conservative movement. one of the parts is national security. i think that we need to focus our efforts and focus our national security eorts and not come up with a lot of these somewhat seemingly kneejerk reactions that we're seeing with the pat-down procedures. i think we need to understand -- define who the ensuommittee first and fore -- who the enemy is first and foremost. make sure we have procedures in place >> do you think profiling is good? >> i don't call it profiling, i call it trend
Apr 28, 2017 9:00pm PDT
mansion's coral steps, sergeant george navarro was most definitely feeling the heat. how much pressure was on you? >> oh, incredible. never had that much pressure on me. ever. literally working around the clock, sleeping two hours, three hours. >> reporter: how do you keep going? >> i was young back then. >> reporter: so much they didn't know. would he kill again? was this a vendetta against people who'd upset him? was he targeting gay men? was versace, the most prominent gay man in town, one of a list? the versace family wanted no part of finding out. >> versace's family obviously was devastated. how could they not be? however, they wanted to get him out of there. they got all kinds of privileged treatment, all kinds of protocols were broken and he was cremated immediately, and they left with his ashes and that was it. the family skipped a miami beach memorial service. which investigators attended, hoping perhaps, cunanan would show up to revel in his kill. he didn't. >> the police dragnet is intense in south florida. >> reporter: the 230 investigators now assigned to the case chased
Jan 9, 2011 8:00pm EST
accomplishments, mothers, grandmothers, one a great grandmother. there was dorthy morris, there was george, her husband of 50 years ago. and phyllis schneck, 79, doing like the others her bit for the political process. phyllis, by the way, a life-long republican, but i like this lady, she said about giffords, to her family. and now a small army of offspring is beginning a cycle of grief. and, of course, there was her, christina taylor green, born, as about everyone knows now, on september 11, 2001. there was that book a
Nov 30, 2009 3:00am EST
." it's time for a rescue. let's watch as george helps this couple transform their pink master bedroom into a romantic oasis before their wedding night. >> this week's e-mail comes from sandra. "dear "open house to the rescue," i'm marrying my fiance and moving into his town house in a matter of weeks. one problem. his master bedroom is peptobismol pink. that's right, pink. what was he thinking?" sounds like you have a problem. let's see what we can do. >> hi. my name's scott. >> and i'm sandra. and we have a pink problem. >> well, i've been living here 17 years. and back 17 years ago pink was in, i thought, anyway. >> honey, this much pink was never in. we're about to get married in about three months. i do not want to spend my wedding night in calamine lotion pink. it's time for a change. everything is pink. what were you thinking? >> you know, pink was in. i call it mauve. >> yeah. >> or dusty rose. >> i call it peptobismol. >> very soothing. soothing is nice for a bedroom. >> there's nothing soothing about this bedroom. >> wow, guys. this is pink. it kind of looks like a fl
Dec 28, 2012 9:00pm EST
home. but two days later -- >> hey, quinn? >> yeah. >> i'm george. >> hi, george. >> quinn gray was a different person when she met with detective george harrigan of the st. john's county sheriff's department. >> from the beginning, our goal was let's let her tell her story. >> it's just been the most incredible ordeal to go through something like this and then in a 24-hour period to be brain actually believe that your husband is trying to kill you. >> quinn said the kidnappers had, in essence, brain washed her into believing her husband wanted her dead and that she wasn't cooperative with investigators earlier because the kidnappers told her if she gave away any information about them they would find her and kill her, but after some restful sleep, quinn said she now believes her husband was trying to save her life. >> all of a sudden i thought what was really going on. >> quinn was finally able to tell her story about what had really happened during her 72-hour nightmare. >>> just how much of a nightmare was it? quinn's bizarre description of a sexual encounter with her abductor. >>
Jun 24, 2011 10:00pm EDT
look for jimmy. but there was a problem. president george bush and air force one were in palm beach county that day. >> at that particular time there was a no-fly zone called. >>> with hours lost waiting, roger immediately got a plane in the air but returned shortly after as darkness turned blue seas to black. the coast guard also launch ad falcon jet with infrared night vision cameras. around midnight it spotted something about 40 miles off the coast of florida. >> got him. he's at 10:00. >> got it. okay. >> we get a call from the coast guard that they had identified the boat and they were sending a marine boat, or a cruiser, to intercept it. >> and you're thinking at that point, that's good news. >> i'm thinking, great. >> news. if they foun" the boat, my thought is they found my brother. >> do you see any people? >> then another call. more good news. >> we got a call later in the mo)ning that the infrared showed that perhaps someone was on the deck. but not moving around. so we're thinking, maybe he's sleeping on the deck. >> programs it would turn out to be just another sailor s
Oct 14, 2017 9:00pm EDT
her and her kids or home with her dogs, george and gracie. still, they continued to pick debra's brain. >> annoying. you can't imagine the questions that they ask you. >> detectives also talked to melissa's sister, carrie. when asked who she thought might have done this, her reaction was immediate. >> i said, oh, no, he better not have done anything to her. >> who is he? >> my ex-husband because we had just gotten divorced. and he knew my sister -- he got served by her firm. >> you thought he -- if she's gone missing, he might have something to do with it? >> yep. she said that he had come to her house just -- kind of scared her. >> detectives found out he had a record, so they checked out the sister's ex. >> he was a subject of interest early on in the investigation. he came in. he consented to any type of questions we asked of him. he voluntarily answered them. in the past. >> you haven't ruled him out yet? >> not yet. >> with a list of possible suspects shrinking, detectives shifted their focus to something that might provide their first break in the case. with melissa's iphone miss
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