8 episodes

The case has gone cold.
The person vanished without a trace.
These unsolved crimes are frustrating and heartbreaking for the families of the victims and our deputies.
#TeamHCSO reviews our unsolved missing person and homicide cases in hopes that it will bring new details to light.
Join us as we try to solve this Unfinished Business.

Unfinished Business Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office

    • True Crime
    • 4.6 • 26 Ratings

The case has gone cold.
The person vanished without a trace.
These unsolved crimes are frustrating and heartbreaking for the families of the victims and our deputies.
#TeamHCSO reviews our unsolved missing person and homicide cases in hopes that it will bring new details to light.
Join us as we try to solve this Unfinished Business.

    Mary "Rose" Duff

    Mary "Rose" Duff

    On March 18, 1999, a family riding bicycles through a Ruskin, Florida neighborhood discovered something shocking: the body of a white female lying in a ditch. Her clothing was gone. Her body was bruised, and the cause of death was ruled strangulation. We take a look back at the murder of Mary "Rose" Duff in hope that you can help us solve this "Unfinished Business."

    • 7 min
    Bonnie Lee Dages

    Bonnie Lee Dages

    At 18-years-old, Bonnie Lee Dages had her entire life ahead of her. Instead, she and her son, Jeremy, mysteriously went missing after a trip to a Brandon, Florida shopping center in 1993. To this day, family and friends have not seen or heard from her. The investigation into her disappearance has since gone cold. It's been almost three decades since Bonnie Lee and her son went missing. We take a look back at the case, in hopes that you can help us solve this "Unfinished Business."

    • 24 min
    Katrina Burlingame

    Katrina Burlingame

    32-year-old Katrina Burlingame was brutally killed in Tampa during the early morning hours of October 24, 2018. She was last seen on surveillance video at a local 7/11 convenience store arguing with another person. The two left the store, and that was the last time Katrina was seen alive. Her body was found more than a day later, in a backyard of a home that was being shown to a potential renter. Now, almost two years later, her sister and family are still looking for justice for Katrina.

    • 9 min
    Robert Spivey

    Robert Spivey

    On Sunday, June 13, 1971, around 2:45 a.m., Robert Spivey left Dante’s Inferno, a bar located at Busch Blvd and Waters Avenue, and drove two friends home. That was the last time he was seen alive.

    His car appeared to have left the roadway approximately 150-200 feet south of where it came to rest. The vehicle was running with lights on and the passenger side door open when found. The victim was shot in the neck while seated in the car.

    Detectives are still working to figure out who killed Robert Spivey while his daughter searching for the reason why she had to grow up without her father.

    • 7 min
    Marcus Jordan

    Marcus Jordan

    Kimberly Jordan remembers walking outside her home and finding her younger brother's lifeless body. Marcus Jordan, 46, lived a troubled life in and out of correctional facilities, but according to his sister, he was healing his painful childhood memories and was working toward a brighter future. On June 19, 2015, Marcus was killed minutes after he called his nephew to inform him he was walking up his driveway. Although HCSO detectives believe they have identified the attacker, without sufficient witness testimony, they can't make an arrest.

    • 4 min
    Kenric May

    Kenric May

    Kenric May's mother describes her late son as a passionate writer who loved poetry and was known to keep to himself. The 32-year-old grew up in Pinebluff, Arkansas, was the youngest of four, and moved to Tampa to pursue his higher education. However, Kenric's life was taken from him on April 23, 2010, when, according to HCSO detectives, a group of masked people forced their way into his home and fired the deadly shots. Ten years later, Kenric's father has passed away, and his mother is determined to find out who did this and why. HCSO detectives believe the people behind it must have spoken to someone about the incident, and therefore, someone must know something.

    • 5 min

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