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Join retired police detective and private investigator Derrick Levasseur and true crime Youtube creator Stephanie Harlowe as they discuss the crimes making headlines while also taking a deeper look into cases that have fascinated them both personally and professionally. They’ll give plenty of insight and safety tips along the way to help make sure that no listener becomes the subject of the next episode….

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Join retired police detective and private investigator Derrick Levasseur and true crime Youtube creator Stephanie Harlowe as they discuss the crimes making headlines while also taking a deeper look into cases that have fascinated them both personally and professionally. They’ll give plenty of insight and safety tips along the way to help make sure that no listener becomes the subject of the next episode….

    Summer Wells: June 15, 2021

    Summer Wells: June 15, 2021

    From the very beginning, the disappearance of five year old Summer Wells has caused confusion and frustration for everyone following it, from people watching it unfold on the news and on the internet and the websleuths who have made this case their personal project, to the law enforcement officials trying to put the pieces together. Due to the widespread attention, the investigation and news coverage of this case has been marked with a great deal of speculation and rumors, which is often what happens when so much is left unknown, and when the official narrative doesn’t really add up. Stephanie covered Summer’s disappearance on YouTube when it initially happened, but since then there have been more updates and more information has come to the light, and we know there were a lot of people who wanted us to talk about this case on Crime Weekly, because Derrick would be able to contribute his unique detective perspective and hopefully it will provide us with some insight of what happened here, and if there is any truth to the multiple rumors that have muddied the waters of this case.

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    • 2 hrs 9 min
    The Springfield Three: Theories and Suspects

    The Springfield Three: Theories and Suspects

    It was the 90’s in Springfield, Missouri. A time when teenagers would spend their weekends gliding around to pop music at Skateport, the local roller rink, or browsing the stores at the Battlefield Mall. On June 6th, 1992, two high school seniors graduated with the rest of their Kickapoo High School class and then spent an evening celebrating the start of the rest of their lives. The last time anyone saw 19 year old Suzie Streeter and 18 year old Stacy McCall, they were heading to Suzie’s house to spend the night. But the next morning, Suzie and Stacy were gone, along with Suzie’s mother, Sherrill Levitt. The three women had vanished without a trace, and to this day no one knows what happened to them. Some speculated that they had run away, many felt they had been abducted, and one local law enforcement official claimed it looked as if they had been raptured, lifted up to the heavens, there one second and gone the next. This is the case of the Springfield Three people who disappeared from a house in the middle of the night, never to be seen or heard from again.

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    • 1 hr 56 min
    The Springfield Three: The Man In The Van (Part 2)

    The Springfield Three: The Man In The Van (Part 2)

    It was the 90’s in Springfield, Missouri. A time when teenagers would spend their weekends gliding around to pop music at Skateport, the local roller rink, or browsing the stores at the Battlefield Mall. On June 6th, 1992, two high school seniors graduated with the rest of their Kickapoo High School class and then spent an evening celebrating the start of the rest of their lives. The last time anyone saw 19 year old Suzie Streeter and 18 year old Stacy McCall, they were heading to Suzie’s house to spend the night. But the next morning, Suzie and Stacy were gone, along with Suzie’s mother, Sherrill Levitt. The three women had vanished without a trace, and to this day no one knows what happened to them. Some speculated that they had run away, many felt they had been abducted, and one local law enforcement official claimed it looked as if they had been raptured, lifted up to the heavens, there one second and gone the next. This is the case of the Springfield Three people who disappeared from a house in the middle of the night, never to be seen or heard from again.

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    • 2 hrs 13 min
    The Springfield Three: Gone Without A Trace (Part 1)

    The Springfield Three: Gone Without A Trace (Part 1)

    It was the 90’s in Springfield, Missouri. A time when teenagers would spend their weekends gliding around to pop music at Skateport, the local roller rink, or browsing the stores at the Battlefield Mall. On June 6th, 1992, two high school seniors graduated with the rest of their Kickapoo High School class and then spent an evening celebrating the start of the rest of their lives. The last time anyone saw 19 year old Suzie Streeter and 18 year old Stacy McCall, they were heading to Suzie’s house to spend the night. But the next morning, Suzie and Stacy were gone, along with Suzie’s mother, Sherrill Levitt. The three women had vanished without a trace, and to this day no one knows what happened to them. Some speculated that they had run away, many felt they had been abducted, and one local law enforcement official claimed it looked as if they had been raptured, lifted up to the heavens, there one second and gone the next. This is the case of the Springfield Three people who disappeared from a house in the middle of the night, never to be seen or heard from again.

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    • 1 hr 50 min
    Danielle Redlick: The Verdict Is In (Part 3)

    Danielle Redlick: The Verdict Is In (Part 3)

    The statistics tell us that intimate partner homicide is far more common than any of us would like to believe, with nearly one out of five murder victims being killed by a person they were in a romantic relationship with. It’s hard to understand how love and passion can turn to hate and violence, but if you look at the studies, it seems the most common motive is jealousy. But when the woman in the relationship is the attacker, and the man is the victim, and there is a history of domestic violence between them, we have to examine the details a bit more closely, because for society as a whole, it’s hard to determine what is right, what is wrong, and what is a moral gray area. In January of 2019, after allegedly dealing with years of physical abuse and emotional neglect, 46 year old Danielle Redlick stabbed her husband of over a decade. It would be eleven hours before she would call 911 to report his death, at which time she claimed 65 year old Michael Redlick had died from a heart attack after stabbing himself. During a police investigation, law enforcement discovered that the true situation was not as straightforward as Danielle had made it seem, and she was soon under arrest for murder, but during her trial all of the details came out, painting a complicated picture of a relationship that had maybe always been far from perfect.

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    • 2 hrs 1 min
    Danielle Redlick: Murder or Self-Defense? (Part 2)

    Danielle Redlick: Murder or Self-Defense? (Part 2)

    The statistics tell us that intimate partner homicide is far more common than any of us would like to believe, with nearly one out of five murder victims being killed by a person they were in a romantic relationship with. It’s hard to understand how love and passion can turn to hate and violence, but if you look at the studies, it seems the most common motive is jealousy. But when the woman in the relationship is the attacker, and the man is the victim, and there is a history of domestic violence between them, we have to examine the details a bit more closely, because for society as a whole, it’s hard to determine what is right, what is wrong, and what is a moral gray area. In January of 2019, after allegedly dealing with years of physical abuse and emotional neglect, 46 year old Danielle Redlick stabbed her husband of over a decade. It would be eleven hours before she would call 911 to report his death, at which time she claimed 65 year old Michael Redlick had died from a heart attack after stabbing himself. During a police investigation, law enforcement discovered that the true situation was not as straightforward as Danielle had made it seem, and she was soon under arrest for murder, but during her trial all of the details came out, painting a complicated picture of a relationship that had maybe always been far from perfect.

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    • 2 hrs 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
408 Ratings

408 Ratings

Nimrit27 ,

A must for all true crime fans

Recently started listening to the podcast, not usually a podcaster but I have fully been converted by this show.

I really love the dynamic between Stephanie and Derrick, and how much research they put into it. I have learnt loads about the process of looking into crimes etc

They also show incredible respect to the victims and family which is amazing to see!

Anyone who has an interest in true crime this is a must!

amber_herb ,

Best true crime podcast!

I have listened to quite a few true crime podcasts and this is by far my favourite.

Research is really in depth and it’s really useful to have the perspective of law enforcement. I like how they do not go for ‘shock value’ and provide tips on what to do if you ever find yourself in unfortunate situations.

tigerbcn ,

Chemistry

Love crime weekly, stephanie’s research n voice n humour & derek’s knowledge, laugh n general good vibe of show😍🙏🏻🌴 always look forward to Fridays but missing derek’s “laters” sign off 😉xx

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