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INSIDE CRIME takes you behind the scenes and beyond the headlines. You’ll hear candid conversations with every day people whose lives have been impacted by crime. Host Angeline Hartmann delivers fresh and honest perspective from law enforcement, victims’ families, and survivors about their unique experiences inside crime.


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INSIDE CRIME takes you behind the scenes and beyond the headlines. You’ll hear candid conversations with every day people whose lives have been impacted by crime. Host Angeline Hartmann delivers fresh and honest perspective from law enforcement, victims’ families, and survivors about their unique experiences inside crime.








#42 - Child in the woods - IDENTIFIED

We finally know the name of the little boy found dead in Dekalb County, Georgia in 1999. His name was William and his mother is now charged with murder. Meet the woman who helped break the 23-year-old mystery. Support the show:


#41 - Inside the U.S. Secret Service

It’s their job to protect the President but that’s not all! Director James Murray sits down with Angeline Hartmann at the agency’s headquarters to break it all down for Inside Crime listeners. Support the show: Become a Patron


#40 - Timmothy Pitzen, Pt. 5

When a teenager shows up in Newport, Kentucky, confused and beaten, he tells cops his name is Timmothy Pitzen. Become a Patron:


#39 - Timmothy Pitzen, Pt. 4

In her first public interview, Timmothy Pitzen’s kindergarten teacher shares how May 11, 2011 forever changed her life.


#38 - Timmothy Pitzen, Pt. 3

Timmothy has vanished without a trace. Or did he? What clues did his mother leave behind? Become a Patron:


#37 - Timmothy Pitzen, Pt. 2

Timmothy’s mother is dead. But what happened to the six-year-old? Angeline goes inside the investigation with Aurora Police.


#36 - Timmothy Pitzen, Pt. 1

Amy Pitzen said there was a family emergency when she picked up her six-year-old son, Timmothy, from school then disappeared. That was 10 years ago today.


#35 - Josh Mankiewicz at CrimeCon

Angeline speaks with Dateline's Josh Mankiewicz at CrimeCon in New Orleans. Become a Patron


#34 - Baseball Cop: Eddie Dominguez

July 21, 2020 - It was his job to investigate the dark side of baseball. Eddie Dominguez talks about what he encountered during his time with MLB’s Department of Investigations. Become a Patron:


#33 - Nacole Smith

Season 4: June 23, 2020 - Atlanta cops have been chasing a child killer for 25 years. Become a Patron


#32 - Morgan Nick Pt. 2

Season 4: June 16, 2020 - When six-year-old Morgan Nick was abducted, she was playing with two friends at a little league baseball field. In this rare interview, Tye and Jessica reveal what they saw and how this case impacted their lives. Become a Patron


#31 - Morgan Nick Pt. 1

Season 4: June 9, 2020 - Morgan Nick was six years old when she was stolen from her family. Angeline talks with Morgan’s mom about what happened in Alma, Arkansas 25 years ago today. Become a Patron


#30 - Vince Velazquez on the Ahmaud Arbery case

Angeline talks to Retired Homicide Detective Vince Velazquez about the Ahmaud Arbery murder investigation. Case File Become a Patron


#29 - Oklahoma City - 25 years ago

25th anniversary release: The 1995 bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City remains the worst act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. It killed 168 people and injured hundreds more. One picture from that day was seared into the minds of all who saw it. The image shows Firefighter Chris Fields holding one year old Baylee Almon, it won the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography. Chris tells Angeline about that April day and how his life was changed forever. Become a Patron


#28 - Lindsay McCall Long: Shot three times in the line of duty, this Tempe Police Officer knows she’s lucky to be alive.

On October 29, 2018, Officer Lindsay McCall Long and her partner were serving an order of protection when they were attacked by a gunman. This wife and mother of two candidly reveals the details of what happened that day and how her family has helped her survive. Become a Patron


#27 - Theresa Flores: Sex trafficking survivor and creator of Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution (S.O.A.P.).

When she was 15 years old, Theresa was drugged, raped and tortured - forced to pay back an impossible debt as a sex slave. Today, this survivor travels the world speaking out about the realities of sex trafficking. Her non-profit organization, Save Our Adolecents from Prostitution (S.O.A.P.), uses bars of soap to reach trafficking victims at motels and hotels across the country. Become a Patron


#26 - Sean Wyman: A Tallahassee police officer reveals his dark childhood secrets in hopes that it will help save others.

Beaten as a little boy, Sean Wyman ran away from home and entered foster care when he was just ten years old. Today, Sean is a police officer, public speaker and author. He shares his life story to help others. Become a Patron


#25 - Sayeh Rivazfar - Part 2: A little girl who survived a horrific crime grows up to be a New York State Trooper on a mission.

When a man slashed Sayeh’s throat and left her for dead, doctors say it was a miracle she survived. And after that savage attack, she faced even more overwhelming challenges. In our season of SURVIVORS and HEROES, we feature Sayeh’s inspirational story in a two-part episode. support the show: Become a Patron


#24 - Sayeh Rivazfar: This New York State Trooper shares her unimaginable childhood story about the night she and her sister were abducted.

Sayeh was eight years old when her mother’s boyfriend broke into their home and kidnapped Sayeh and her 6-year-old sister, Sara. It’s a story that’s difficult to hear but Sayeh wants everyone to know what happened because she hopes it will help save other children. Become a Patron


#23 - Jon Moeller: The FBI Special Agent who rescued 13-year-old Alicia Kozakiewicz from captivity.

In 2002, FBI Special Agent Jon Moeller was part of a new unit that investigated crimes against children when 13-year-old Alicia Kozakiewicz disappeared from her Pittsburgh neighborhood. Her abductor held her captive in his basement, tortured her and broadcast the abuse live online. Days later, when FBI agents stormed the house, Agent Moeller led the way. Become a Patron