When police must investigate an officer-involved shooting, many times you will hear them refer to the action as a “good shoot” or a “bad shoot”. What this means is, was the officer justified in using, or attempting to use, deadly force. Please keep in mind police have the authority to
A family member found Betty lying face down on the floor of the modest trailer she called home. Betty lived there alone and was known in the small town she lived in as a good, hard-working woman. She died from multiple gunshot wounds. The murder occurred in the 1980s in
THE WRONG MAN? – NOT HARDLY!! An article written by Cassandra Stephenson in the Jackson Sun (Jackson Tn. March 31, 2019)described efforts of the Innocence Project to examine the brutal murder of Donna Perry of Haywood County Tennessee in 1986. Jimmy Campbell was arrested for the crime. Following his arrest
ROAD RAGE!! A road rage incident recently occurred in Jackson Tennessee that resulted in one driver shooting into another car! Luckily no one was hurt. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), “Aggressive driving occasionally escalates to gesturing in anger or yelling at another motorist, confrontation, physical assault,
Mr. Robert Dailey speaks with Steve Bowers and Jim Leach about his book “JACKSON – The True Story”. Robert, a former Jackson Tennessee police officer himself, has written a captivating story detailing the LaRon Williams murder case. Williams was convicted of murdering Memphis Police Lieutenant Clarence Cox and Jackson
Eric Bell began his law enforcement career in 1968 when he was elected Sheriff of Chester County Tennessee. He learned the business from such famous people as BUFORD PUSSER, RICHARD DAWSON, and WARREN JONES. Listen as Sheriff Bell describes what it has been like working in police work from
Lt. Wilbanks is a 30-year veteran who has enormous experience not only “on the road”, but he also worked as an undercover operative in the THP Criminal Investigation Division. Listen to how he learned the undercover business and the techniques that made him successful. When he addresses the “Rules of
Bowers and Leach dig a little deeper into whether James Earl Ray actually killed Dr. King. Their reasoning may surprise you! This episode is part of an ongoing series. If you missed the first episodes, you might ant to go back and review them to get caught up!
Many times we hear people speak of Circumstantial Evidence. What are they really talking about? Can you be convicted by Circumstantial Evidence? Listen to Steve Bowers and The Investigator, Jim Leach discuss this and other issues involving Criminal Investigations. The Real Deal!!