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Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

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Nancy Grace dives deep into the day’s most shocking crimes and asks the tough questions in her new daily podcast – Crime Stories with Nancy Grace. Nancy Grace had a perfect conviction record during her decade as a prosecutor and used her TV show to find missing people, fugitives on the run and unseen clues. Now, she will use the power of her huge social media following and the immediacy of the internet to deliver daily bombshells! Theme Music: Audio Network

3891 - Crime Alert 06.25.24
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  • 3891 - Crime Alert 06.25.24

    Driver that runs red light, crashing into and killing mom of three, has .38 BAC. Most arrested man now resting in peace. 

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    Tue, 25 Jun 2024

    Billie Jean Jackson is driving past the creek near 400 West Rankin Road and sees what she thinks might be a mannequin.

    The image was lifelike enough to make her turn around and check it out for sure. Getting a good look, Jackson realizes, it is not a mannequin and calls 911.

    On Sunday night, Jocelyn Nungaray's mother, Alexis reminds her not to stay up too late as Jocelyn is going to work with her mother in the morning.  Alexis tells Jocelyn goodnight at 10 pm and turns in for the night herself.  A little later when she is certain her mother is asleep, Jocelyn sneaks out of the house and goes to a local convenience store.

    It is around midnight when she calls her 13-year-old boyfriend, who says he hears Jocelyn talking to some adults before he hangs up the phone.  After talking to her boyfriend, Jocelyn is seen on camera at a local 7-Eleven convenience store. 

    In the pictures, Jocelyn Nungaray is seen with two other people, both adults.  It's possibly the same people with whom her boyfriend overheard Jocelyn talking.

    Around the same time Billie Jean Jackson is calling 911, Alexis Nungaray is preparing to wake up her 5-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter, Jocelyn Nungaray. Finding Jocelyn gone, Alexis reportedly pings her daughter’s cell phone location, which traces the phone to a creek near 400 West Rankin Road

    Alexis Nungaray arrives at the spot where her daughter Jocelyn's phone pings and sees police tape is up and police are canvassing the area.

    Alexis Nungaray tells police her daughter is missing, and she is there because this is where her phone last pinged. Officers take down information from Alexis, but it still takes an hour before she receives the call that a body has been found, and it is possibly Jocelyn.

    Joining Nancy Grace Today:

    Dr. Bethany Marshall – Psychoanalyst (Beverly Hills); X: @DrBethanyLive/ Instagram & TikTok: drbethanymarshall; Appearing in “Paris in Love” on Peacock; BOOK: “Deal Breaker: When to work on a relationship and when to walk away” Michael Ybanez  – Former Houston Police Homicide Detective, Licensed Private Investigator Lynn Shaw - Founder and Executive Director of Lynn's Warriors Dr. Kendall Crowns – Chief Medical Examiner Tarrant County (Ft Worth) and Lecturer: University of Texas Austin and Texas Christian University Medical School Corley Peel- News Reporter for KPRC2 in Houston; Instagram: @KPRC2Corley,  X: @KPRC2Corley, Facebook: @KPRC2CorleyPeel 

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    Mon, 24 Jun 2024
  • 3889 - Crime Alert 06.24.24

    Teen killed at soured party. Woman finds her driveway stolen. 

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    Mon, 24 Jun 2024
  • 3888 - Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Teen Missing Two Months, Found Naked, Shot in Back of Head

    Recorded LIVE at CrimeCon Nashville, 2024, in this Episode of Body Bags,  Joseph Scott Morgan explains how he challenges his class at Jacksonville State University to try and solve a cold case. Two years in a row, two different classes and students choose the unsolved murder of Blake Chappell. Blake Chappell tells his mother he is having the best night of his life with his girlfriend at the East Coweta High School Homecoming Dance. Within a matter of hours, Blake will find himself chased out of his girlfriend’s house in the middle of the night, walking down the road at 5 a.m. texting his girlfriend, and telling her police just stopped and talked to him. One last text to his girlfriend that he is getting cold, and his phone goes quiet. Blake Chappell is 17 and he never makes it back to his friend’s house. He just vanishes into thin air. It is October 16, 2011. Two months later on December 17, 2011, his nearly naked body is found floating in a creek, he has been shot in the back of the head. The case is still unsolved. But new search warrants were served in March 2024, will there be justice for Blake Chappell? 



    Transcript Highlights 

    00:00:13 Introduction Blake Chappel Case 

    00:04:40 Discuss of family financial issues 

    00:08:28 Blake finds ex-girlfriend who ran away 

    00:10:32 Blake beaten up by ex’s stepfather 

    00:12:26 Blake put in jail for finding his ex 

    00:17:35 Mother takes Blake and date to homecoming dance 

    00:20:48 Discussion of Blake activities walking in the night 

    00:24:24 Talk about Blake walking miles to see girlfriend 

    00:28:08 Talk about Blake texting girlfriend 

    00:31:49 Talk about Blake doesn’t make it back to Austin’s house 

    00:37:36 Discussion Blake shot in back of head 

    00:43:22 Discussion rumors about Blake’s death 

    00:48:12 Discussion Blake found wearing underwear, no shoes 

    00:52:34 Conclusion Joseph Scott Morgan lets his JSU class pick unsolved crime to solve 

    Two years in a row the case of Blake Chappel is chosen for the project 

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    Sun, 23 Jun 2024
  • 3887 - OnlyFans "Model" Stabs Lover Dead, NEW BODY CAM FOOTAGE

    Courtney Clenney, the Only Fans model accused of murdering her boyfriend, is not the only Clenney charged in connection to the death of Christian Obumseli. Clenney's parents are facing computer crime charges. Prosecutors say the family illegally access a laptop, overlooked by police,  belonging to Obumseli.   Defense attorneys counter that the laptop may have been a shared device. 

    A police  warrant states thatClenney and her parents discussed potential passwords to hack into the laptop using as many as a dozen.   

    In the meantime Clenney is still facing murder charges. No trial date has been set.  Clenney was arrested on charges that she stabbed her boyfriend to death at a Miami high-rise. Christian Obumseli, 27, died inside the couple's apartment. 

    An attorney for Clenney says that the 25-year-old “was a victim of physical, emotional, and mental abuse at the hands of Obumseli and killed him in self-defense. However in a newly-released video, recorded by Obumseli's phone Courtney Clenney is heard viciously berating her boyfriend, calling him a racist slur, and more.  

    Friends of the couple said it was unimaginable that Obumseli could have been violent toward Clenney, saying while they had seen Clenney hit Obumseli, they had never seen him hit her.  

    Three recordings, running between one and seven minutes long were provided in the discovery phase of the murder case against Clenney.  

     Joining Nancy Grace Today:

    Brad M. Micklin, Esq - Lead Attorney, Managing Member, The Micklin Law Group, LLC (Nutley, NJ), Dr. Charles Heller - Clinical and Forensic Psychologist Specializing in Domestic Violence, Chief Forensic Consultant: Rockland County (New York) Forensic Mental Health Unit, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Dr. Todd M. Barr - Board-Certified Anatomic/Clinical/Forensic Pathologist (Ohio), Featured in "Thin Places: Essays From In Between" by Jordan Kisner, Twitter: @ToddBarrME Dan Corsentino - Former Police Chief, Former Sheriff, Served on US Homeland Security Senior Advisory Board, Private Investigator Charlie Lankston - FeMail Editor,, Twitter/Instagram:@charlielanks

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    Sat, 22 Jun 2024
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