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Great Lakes. True Crime. Host Nina Innsted covers lesser known crimes, digging beneath the media and back page to tell their stories and find the truth. #Michigan #Ohio #Pennsylvania #NewYork #Wisconsin #Illinois #TrueCrime
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Now displaying: June, 2018
Jun 20, 2018

Possibly the most disturbing episode of the show to date. In March of 1982 41 year old Maris “Marty” Karklins entered the Paulson home on a Saturday afternoon. When he left, all five members of the family, Bob, Mary Jane and their three children, Cyndi, Carla and Casey were dead and the house would burn to the ground. A tragedy that rocked their family and the small, western Michigan town they called home.

Karklins would not be captured until July of 1982 when he fatally shot his mother, Milda Karklins in her Grand Rapids home.

 
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Jun 6, 2018

Update - 11-13-2023 still unsolved 

On November 12, 2013 Chelsea Small was working at the Advance America store in Taylor, Michigan. During a robbery she was shot twice and her killer made off with $200 in cash. Despite video and images of the killer, he remains at large.

Surveillance video of killer

If you have information please contact the Taylor Police Department   734-287-6550 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-SPEAK UP

 

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