I’ll be presenting at another International Forensic Conference in mid-June. Click on the link below for the brochure.
I’ll be appearing on Mastermind of Murder on the Oxygen Television Network, Sunday, May 2 at 4PM and 8PM PDT. The episode is called Deadly Con.
Also on demand and on the Oxygen App.
Check it out.
When my partner Mike Ciesynski and I were investigating murders by serial killer Dewayne Lee Harris, we took him out on “field trips” where he would tell us about murders he committed. When we did, we would stop at Matt’s Hotdogs in Georgetown to feed him. He loved the place.
Four out of five serial killers prefer Matts.
Five years ago today I retired from the Seattle Police Department. It seems like yesterday.
I was recently asked to appear in an episode of Reasonable Doubt for Investigation Discovery channel. The episode will air in the late Spring or early Summer.
I’m on an episode of the new show, American Detective with Joe Kenda, which premiered on the Discovery Plus streaming network on January 4. The episode of called Murder, Murder, Murder and it’s about the DeWayne Lee Harris serial murder case I investigated several years ago.
The episode will also air on Investigation Discovery sometime this Spring.
Someone’s about to confess to a murder.
James Williams was a psychotic killer who murdered Shannon Harps as a random victim after she walked past him on a sidewalk returning from a grocery store. She didn’t see him fall in behind her as she passed. He followed her to her Capitol Hill apartment and stabbed her to death on New Year’s Eve.
After a week of long hours tracking down leads, we identified Williams as the killer. We brought him in for an interrogation that lasted more than two hours before he finally confessed to the crime. He pled guilty to the murder.
The case is chronicled in a chapter of my first book, “Homicide: The View from Inside the Yellow Tape.”