Crimes & Consequences - Hardcore True Crime
Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature by detailing hardcore true crime homicide cases from around the world.
EP29: Repeat Offender

In the late 1990s, college girls were going missing in San Luis Obispo, California.  Around this same time, a prison parolee named Rex Krebs, was trying to get his life together after serving 10 years of a 20-year sentence for rape.  Rex had been paroled for good behavior despite the judge saying that the crimes he committed showed a “high degree of viciousness and callousness.”  When Rex’s parole officer, David, heard about the missing girls, he had one guy on his mind, and it was Rex.  Listen to Episode 29 to find out how David broke the case for two of the missing girls wide open and find out what really happened.

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“Dead and Buried” by Corey Mitchell

LA Times Article

The San Luis Obispo Tribune

EP29: Repeat

EP44: The 911 Calls

In January of 2008, Denise Amber Lee was a 21-year-old stay-at-home mother to two young children living in North Port, Florida.   While her husband was at work, a man entered their home in the middle of the day and kidnapped her while she was watching her two boys.  Five people called 911 regarding the crime, one of those people was Denise herself.  Listen to all the 911 calls and find exactly what transpired on that fateful day.

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EP44: The 911 Calls
In the late 1990s, college girls were going missing in San Luis Obispo, California. Around this same time, a prison parolee named Rex Krebs, was trying to get his life together after serving 10 years of a 20-year sentence for rape. Rex had been paroled for good behavior despite the judge saying that the crimes he committed showed a “high degree of viciousness and callousness.” When Rex’s parole officer, David, heard about the missing girls, he had one guy on his mind, and it was Rex. Listen to Episode 29 to find out how David broke the case for two of the missing girls wide open and find out what really happened.

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