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Retired Detective Garry McFadden is a 34-year veteran of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) and one of its most decorated law enforcement officers. The dapper detective is also a TV personality who stars in "I Am Homicide." Now, he returns in ID's true-crime series, "Homicide City: Charlotte," to reveal the city's darkest secrets. McFadden and his CMPD colleagues recall their most unforgettable cases and resurrect the most dramatic murders that ever took place in the teeming southern city of Charlotte, N.C.

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North Carolina State Insurance auditor Sallie Rohrbach disappears during a routine assignment in Charlotte; while searching for Rohrbach, detectives hit numerous dead ends before discovering the horrific truth.
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After beloved teacher Anthony Davis is murdered in his home, detectives discover that despite Davis' best efforts to steer his students onto the right path, evil sometimes triumphs over good.
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Nikki McPhatter, 31, is a U.S. Navy veteran and MBA graduate who has a close circle of friends, but she is looking for love; after McPhatter disappears, detectives follow a trail that leads them into the lair of a killer.
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Kenyadda Patterson works two jobs and goes to college while raising her two children alone, but after she is murdered, detectives hunting her killer realize he's closer to her than they imagined.
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After bar manager Harriet Simmons disappears during a 1979 trip to Nashville, Tenn. and Jerri Ann Jones vanishes after she gets off work in 1987, it takes more than two decades for detectives to learn the identity of their common killer.
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After 18-year-old Harmahn Smith goes missing and the CMPD is called upon to find him, detectives run down every lead searching for the teenager, ultimately discovering the terrible details of what had begun for Harmahn as an uneventful night out.

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