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True Crime Podcast 2024 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast

  • Wasted Mom Flips Truck After Driving Into Oncoming Traffic!

    23 JUN. 2024 · Wasted Mom Flips Truck After Driving Into Oncoming Traffic!
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  • Defiant Drunk Woman Screams & Kicks Cops - Failed Spectacular Escape Attempt!

    23 JUN. 2024 · Defiant Drunk Woman Screams & Kicks Cops - Failed Spectacular Escape Attempt!
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  • To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police Interrogation

    22 JUN. 2024 · To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police Interrogation "I thought you was wantin' to be shaved...down there." -Dustin showing that Barber-ism begins at home. Dustin Jacob McPhetridge appeared on the Bowling Green, Kentucky investigation of To Catch a Predator. He is most known for his disability, as well as his outrageous demands while in prison. Dustin McPhetridge was 26 when he arrived at the sting house with the hope of meeting a thirteen year old girl named "Laura" that he thought he was chatting with online. He had a twisted and sordid chat with the girl wanting to shave her privates, get her drunk and have rough anal sex with her. Dustin, the consummate gentleman, gave Laura a choice on where to put his sperm first (mouth, pussy, or ass). He also wanted her to wear a pair of panties for 2-3 days straight and then send them to him. He even sent a picture of a couple having sex. The icing on the cake was when he said that he wanted to have a threesome with her EIGHT year old sister. [1] After a four hour drive, Dustin waddled into the house with an electric razor and KY Jelly and tried to coax the decoy over to do all the twisted things he had on his mind. He instead got to meet Chris Hansen. Dustin went right into victim mode blaming the girl for the situation, saying she led him on. After his arrest, Dustin pulls every pity string he can ranging from his disability to his weight to getting bullied with Sgt. Dudinskie, the officer in charge of his interview. Dudinskie fires back with details of his chatlog that showed Dustin to be a very disgusting predator that hid behind his disability. [2] He was sentenced to five years in prison for traveling across state lines to meet a minor for sex. He was also sentenced to eight years for possession of child pornography. The sentences ran concurrently but because Dustin wasn’t convicted on the CP charge until two years after his first conviction, he actually ended up with a ten year sentence.[3] Dustin was released on lifetime federal sex-offender probation and now helps to run a convenience store in Surgoinsville, Tennessee. Behind the scenes Dustin has cerebral palsy. He demonstrated before, during, and after the sting his devious behavior of using his disability to garner sympathy as well as escape trouble. Casey and the lead KBI investigator even said they felt sorry for Dustin when he saw him struggle to enter the house, but kept in mind his reason for showing up at the house was to molest a child. Partway through serving his sentence, he wrote a letter to his convicting judge saying he had learned his lesson and requesting that he immediately be released from serving the remainder of his sentence. If his request was denied, in lieu of release, he requested a walk-in jacuzzi in his cell. Both requests were denied. Dustin was scheduled to be back in court February 2020 due to probation violations, mainly failing his sex offender treatment program, subsequently being kicked out, and polygraph tests asking if he had viewed child pornography since his release. A series of continuances have been given due to Dustin's health, COVID-19 concerns, and scheduling conflicts.[4] Dustin was given yet another continuance September 2021 because his family had paid vacation plans. Recent photos show that Dustin uses a wheelchair. During examination of his counselor, he revealed that Dustin has spent the most time of any offender in the program because he either refuses to own the actions that led him to this point, or makes excuses on why he can't make any positive changes in his life. Dustin also gained the ire from his peers in his classes because they believed his rehabilitation to be a waste of time. Time that could be better invested in their recovery.[5] Trivia Dustin apparently "doesn't like lawyers", as he revealed in his police interrogation. Dustin misunderstood Chris when he said he wasn't law enforcement and couldn't arrest him. Dustin thought Chris meant that no arrests were going to be made, which was obviously not the case. Dustin brings this up in his interrogation, saying that he wishes Chris didn't "lie" to him about him not going to be arrested. Dustin has a large affection for his mother (due to the fact that she talks people out of pressing charges for the things he does), requesting that she be put in custody of him during his trial. The judge denied his request. Affectionately nicknamed “D-MAC” by fans of To Catch A Predator.. He made a handful of wrestling DVDs for professional wrestler Ricky Morton. He lost all the digital footage when cops seized his computer since it also housed his collection of CP. He also ran Morton's website. In a now infamous article on the site made a couple of months before his arrest, he pleads with the wrestling community to donate to Morton's legal fees stemming from his arrest for non-payment of child support. Ricky Morton references Dustin in an interview about the wrestling DVDs, calling him the "cripple boy". Right after, he talks about seeing Dustin on "the predator show".[6] Despite his disability, he served the most time of all those caught in the Bowling Green sting. This is probably because he committed three different crimes in three different jurisdictions. His most serious was the federal crime of crossing states lines to commit crimes involving children.
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  • Teresita Basa Solves Her Own Murder! True Life Ghost Story Still Haunts

    22 JUN. 2024 · Teresita Basa Solves Her Own Murder! True Life Ghost Story Still Haunts
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  • Driver Demands On Calling FBI - You Won't Believe What Happens Next!

    22 JUN. 2024 · Driver Demands On Calling FBI - You Won't Believe What Happens Next!
    Escuchado 10m 20s
  • Defiant Go-Kart Driver's 'High Voltage' Encounter with the Law!

    22 JUN. 2024 · Defiant Go-Kart Driver's 'High Voltage' Encounter with the Law!
    Escuchado 10m 35s
  • Drugs, Money & Miranda Rights: Tossed Drugs Goes Wrong!

    22 JUN. 2024 · Drugs, Money & Miranda Rights: Tossed Drugs Goes Wrong!
    Escuchado 27m 7s
  • 4th DUI - Oops, I Did It Again and Invisible Friend Excuse

    22 JUN. 2024 · 4th DUI - Oops, I Did It Again and Invisible Friend Excuse
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  • How Not To Rush For A Flight!

    21 JUN. 2024 · How Not To Rush For A Flight!
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  • lmost Crashes! 3x Over Limit, Revoked License, AND Wants A Ride Home

    21 JUN. 2024 · lmost Crashes! 3x Over Limit, Revoked License, AND Wants A Ride Home
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Welcome to the Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast.

This podcast will feature real-life stories from police officers, crime scene investigators, survivors of violent crimes and more. We'll share stories about how police investigate, assess and solve criminal cases, how 911 calls can provide valuable information to police and how crime victims can seek justice. Every episode will feature a different story, providing a unique insight into the world of law enforcement and crime.

We'll bring you interviews with experts from the police force, crime scene investigation teams, prosecutors, defense attorneys, victims and more. We'll explore the impact of crime on individuals and communities. We'll also examine the ethical and legal issues that arise in criminal cases, and the efforts of police to protect the public and bring criminals to justice.

We'll be discussing the latest news and developments in the criminal justice system, and the implications of new laws and policies on the safety of communities. We'll also provide valuable resources to help those affected by crime, and look at the impact of crime on the mental health of communities.

We hope you'll join us as we explore the world of crime and justice, one episode at a time.




true crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.

As much as we love listening to a celebrity interview or cultural discussion, there’s nothing quite like a true crime podcast to keep you hooked for hours on end.

There’s a reason why so many true crime series have climbed the podcast charts over the years – from the genre-defining brilliance of Serial to the unexpected twists and turns of Sweet Bobby, true crime is the genre that just keeps on giving.

True crime has never been more popular than it is today, as evidenced by the astonishing number of podcasts, TV shows, and documentaries dedicated to the genre. At its core, however, true crime is a type of nonfiction literature. From influential works like Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood (1966) to modern-day investigations such as Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark (2018) or Elon Green’s Last Call (2021), such narratives are unique in the way they connect with their readers, precisely because they explore harrowing real-life events that could happen to anyone.

Want to know more about true crime? Here we define the genre, take a fascinating look at its origins, and cover some of its common themes.

The Definition of “True Crime”
It seems like the definition of true crime would be obvious: A story about a crime that actually occurred. Indeed, most true crime books explore dark and distressing subject matter, and reader discretion is advised. Granted, the first rule of true crime is that the narrative must include as many nitty-gritty facts about the case as possible: Readers expect the actual names of people involved and the correct time and place, information about what they did, and as many details of the crime and its investigation as the author can dig up.

True crime books can be about a single event, like a kidnapping. They can also be about the collective crimes of serial killers, thieves, or cult leaders. However narrow or broad the focus, the best true crime books deliver well-researched, finely written examinations of the case at hand.

But the wealth of details is just half of what makes true crime so popular with readers. The most talented true crime authors excel at presenting the facts of a case while vividly re-creating the atmosphere that surrounded the crime. They put criminals and their victims in context by establishing elements like the political climate of the day, the history of a town, or the struggles faced by a particular community. They dig into everyone’s motives, then weigh these motives against the actions and developments they document. They re-create dialogue as faithfully as possible, although of course sometimes it’s necessary to take artistic liberties.

In other words, the most popular true crime authors transport readers to the scene of the crime, with all senses fully engaged. Without an author’s narrative talents, the details of the crime would simply read like a legal report.

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