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An unsolved murder motivates Detective Rodie Sanchez to come out of retirement.

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Major Hebert receives an anonymous tip that a woman, missing since 2002 and presumed dead, may be buried somewhere in the woods.
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The sheriff's office returns to Whiskey Bay, preferred dumpsite of one of the most infamous serial killers, Derrick Todd Lee, to conduct a sweep of the waters looking for dead bodies.
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The body of a Caucasian female is found partly submerged on the banks of Whiskey Bay and Major Hebert and Detective Bradford race against the clock to ID the victim and hunt down her killer.
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In custody, Tommy Francise receives a charge of two counts of second-degree murder for the homicides of Curtis Cochise Smith and George Barrett.
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The team feels confident that they have enough evidence to finally make an arrest and put Tommy Francise behind bars as they prepare and present their case to the DA's office.
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In 2002, a murderer strikes George Barrett, one of Detective Rodie Sanchez's confidential informants, dead in his home, and Rodie suspects George's employer, Tommy Francise.
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With a search warrant in hand, the sheriff's office gears up to serve the warrant and search Tommy's home.
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With no body and only a confession, the detectives continue to search for physical evidence linking Tommy Francise to the homicide of Curtis Cochise Smith.
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Detectives continue searching for physical evidence related to the John Doe in the barrel while awaiting DNA results from a tooth found on the body.
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Rodie deals with both the unsolved killing of Eugenie Boisfontaine and a second cold case: a missing young black man, Curtis Cochise Smith, from Iberville Parish.
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The Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office continues to investigate the homicide case of Eugenie Boisfontaine, with detectives scouring evidence for clues of a motive.
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A look back at the first season and the major leads and breaks in the case, as seen through the eyes of Detective Sanchez, his partner Detective Aubrey St. Angelo, and the team at the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office.
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Footage of the stories that help shape the investigation; detectives who worked on the case offer insight.
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Detectives narrow their focus to a few possible leads in Eugenie Boisfontaine's homicide investigation.
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After receiving a tip, Aubrey sits down with a convicted felon; Rodie tries to rekindle his relationship with his son as the team continues their efforts to speak with Eugenie's ex husband.
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Cutting edge DNA technology may be the key to seeing the face of Eugenie's killer.
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The detectives find the last people who may have seen Eugenie alive; a glimpse into Rodie Sanchez and Aubrey St. Angelo's lives.
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DNA results shift the focus; detectives need more insight on their victim, and experts comb for evidence.
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A woman's body was dumped in a bayou and left to decompose for three months, a retired detective tries to solve the case.

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