This is the WCNC Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Charlotte Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|3:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
The case of child killer Richard Marc Evonitz, who shot himself in 2002; and the unsolved murder of Cindy Wanner. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|4:00 AM||New Detectives |
Police examine bite marks on murder victims to determine a suspect. Included: an investigation in which police obtained dental molds.
|5:00 AM||Crime Town USA |
The police investigate the disappearance of a Michigan woman.
|5:30 AM||Crime Town USA |
Police investigate the murder of a Californian man and his wife.
|6:00 AM|| new |
|7:00 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A young German grifter moves to America, adopts various identities and kills many along the way.
|7:30 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A young teen disappears from a small American town before turning up in Europe years later. But is it really him? And if not, what happened to the young teen?
|8:00 AM||Deadly Motives |
John Allen Muhammad is spotlighted.
|9:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
The murder of two sisters is examined.
|10:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
Saliva on an envelope helps solve a murder case 37 years after the crime; DNA technology aids a 24-year-old murder investigation.
|11:00 AM||New Detectives |
How forensic-science techniques are applied to crimes previously thought unsolvable.
|12:00 PM||New Detectives |
Cases involving a body found in a field, a body with a scorpion tattoo, and a corpse found walled-up in a remodeled bathroom.
|1:00 PM||Dr. G: Medical Examiner |
An unresponsive infant is found in his crib; a developmentally disabled woman suffers a seizure before dying.
|2:00 PM||Dr. G: Medical Examiner |
A baby stops breathing; a prone husband dies en route to the hospital.
|3:00 PM||The Justice Network Programming |
A blend of true crime stories and public service messages intended to catch criminals and find missing children.
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