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"Breaking Homicide" seeks closure for desperate families whose loved ones were victims in murder cases that have gone cold. Former Rhode Island police Sgt. Derrick Levasseur investigates decades-old cases, chasing down new clues and providing fresh perspective to those who never gave up on the search for justice. Helped by local law enforcement, victims' family members and advanced technology, Levasseur meticulously dissects each piece of evidence, unearthing new leads in some cases.

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In 2010, Amber Jackson, 57, disappears from her Kauai, Hawaii, home, only to be found days later deep in the wilderness and bludgeoned to death.
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In 2013, Amber Bass, 22, is gunned down in her driveway following a night out with friends.
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Twenty-eight-year-old Sharon Robinson is found murdered near New Orleans; detectives suspect her abusive police officer boyfriend.
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In 1996, beloved teacher Norma Luobikis is found stabbed to death in her home, and evidence suggests an intimate bond between the victim and her killer.
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In 2015, Devan Schmidt's half-naked and bruised body is found in her home; the toxicology report indicates a possible overdose, but there are also signs of foul play.
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Twenty-three-year-old Codi Joyce ends up dead after a brawl at a house party in 2015, yet nobody has been charged for his death, and witnesses won't talk.
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Sixteen-year-old Judy Rawlings vanishes in 2001 after a midnight ride with a friend, then her body is found in the woods a few weeks later.
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Fifty-one-year-old Robin Pope goes missing, then, three weeks later, her decomposed body washes ashore just a mile from her ex-husband's home.

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