An 84-year-old geezer woman has been arrested for the murder of her previously geezer-ish husband in 1984, and it was a reality TV show that helped crack the cold case.
“Cold Justice,” a reality-based television show where investigators dig up unsolved cold-cases, claims it’s now responsible for 44 arrests.
The Leon County Sheriff’s Office said that Johnnie Allbritton was found murdered in his home in 1984 outside of Dallas. An “intense investigation was conducted reviewing all possible leads.”
The case was revisited in 2015 by sheriff’s investigators and new evidence was later forwarded to the TV show. Producers of “Cold Justice” say the episode featuring the case of Johnnie Allbritton will air early next year.
Source: Fox 35 Orlando
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