New, Baffling Unsolved Cases on ‘Cold Justice’ Returns March 14

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The investigative series “Cold Justice” returns on March 14 on Oxygen with a new season of baffling cold cases to solve, and we bring you a preview of some of this season’s stories, which includes arrests in 5 cases.

If you love following cold case investigations, we have some good news. On Saturday, March 14, at 6 ET/5 CT Oxygen Media kicks off a new season of its highest-rated series “Cold Justice” which will explore challenging cold cases across the country, as five arrests are made in this upcoming batch of new episodes, promising to bring justice and closure.

Digging up cold cases

This season follows veteran prosecutor Kelly Siegler along with her rotating team of seasoned detectives, which includes Johnny Bonds, Steve Spingola, Tonya Rider, and Abbey Abbondandolo.

The team travels to small towns across America to dig into unsolved cold cases, homicides that have lingered for years and still seek answers and justice for the victims, as well as closure for the families and friends involved.

Preview of upcoming “Cold Justice” episodes

Here are previews of some of the forthcoming new episodes premiering this season and what you can expect.

March 14, episode: “Valentine’s Day Violence”

Fort Myers, Florida: Kelly and Tonya work with the Fort Myers Police Department toward solving the 2016 murder of Heyzel Obando, a young Fort Myers, Florida mother who was shot to death in her own home. They employ old-school interrogation techniques in an effort to catch her killer, as well as bring justice to her grieving mother.

March 21, episode: “Small Town Predator”

Lawrence County, Missouri: Kelly and Johnny work with the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office in an effort to solve the 1988 murder of Cindi Smith, a woman whose body was found at a cemetery following a night at a local bar. Investigators re-interview patrons of the bar in hopes that they may hold the key to identifying her killer and getting justice.

March 28, episode: “Mystery on the Mountain”

Wallace, Idaho: Kelly and Abbey work with the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office as they investigate the 2012 disappearance of Brian Shookman, a young father who traveled to the county in order to attend a family reunion – but vanished. The team searches for the truth behind Shookman’s disappearance as the list of suspects grows.

April 4, episode: “Double Life Discovered”

Centerville, Texas: Kelly and Johnny work with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office to investigate one of their oldest unsolved cases still on the books: the brutal 1984 murder of Johnnie Albritton, an elderly storeowner, whose wife was known for having a violent temper. Investigators try to determine whether his death was a robbery gone wrong, as it appeared to be – or was it a plot devised by his wife?

April 11, episode: “Digging for Answers”

Burns, Oregon: Kelly and Steve travel to Oregon and work with the Harney County Sheriff’s Office as they attempt to solve the 1993 murder of a young man who was allegedly shot and buried by a group of his dangerous friends. Cracking this case will require pitting the victim’s precarious friends against one another to find the truth.

April 18, episode: “Deadly Affairs”

Jonesboro, Arkansas: Kelly and Steve work alongside the Jonesboro Police Department as they investigate the 2016 homicide of Stacey Devine, a hard-working mother who was found dumped in a ditch after being strangled to death. At question is whether her death was a random act of violence or did her strained marriage somehow involve an affair that led to her murder?

April 25, episode: “A Family’s Nightmare”

Ordway, Colorado: Kelly and Abbey work with the Crowley County Sheriff’s Office as they search for new clues surrounding the fatal shooting of a mother of six, which was initially considered a suicide. The investigation unravels and exposes a heart-breaking trail of secrets that have been kept hidden for 25 years.

May 2, episode: “Fatal Betrayal”

Fort Myers, Florida: Kelly and Abbey assist the Fort Myers Police Department with investigating the 1997 murder of Keith Jones, an aspiring police officer who was robbed and fatally shot in his motel room. Among the suspects are four local men and a female witness that may have conspired to set him up.