Gritty, fast-paced and one of the most-watched nonfiction investigative series on cable, The First 48 continues to take viewers behind the scenes of real-life investigations with unprecedented access to crime scenes, autopsies, forensic processing and interrogations.
Dallas Detectives process the alleged suspect's truck to determine if it's the vehicle used to transport the victim's body.
16-year Miami Homicide veteran, Ervens Ford has been promoted to Commander of the Little Haiti Area.
Miami Crime Scene tries to recover fingerprints from a burned out car which proves to be difficult.
Cleveland Det. Kathleen Carlin asks the Ballistics Unit to test fire a gun to see if it was the gun used in her murder.
Miami homicide team's choice for a possible last meal before working a long case is anything but typical Miami cuisine.
"While Miami Detectives are investigating a crime scene, the neighbor arrives home. Detectives are shocked by what she has to say. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Det. Todd Burkard and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg homicide detectives go hunting in dumpsters in hopes of finding the murder weapon.
Det. Tamayo recounts his experience in Miami and how the city developed dangerous areas.
Det. Kathleen Carlin is working the murder of 14-year-old girl at her birthday party. Now, she hopes some photos taken at the party can help her track down the killer.
The prosecution and defense argue over the significance of fiber evidence - and the victim's father becomes a surprise star witness. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Det. Bob Ford takes his three-legged chihuahua and italian greyhound rescues for a walk after work. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Detectives Tom Armelli andBob Ford in Cleveland may have found the cell phone that was stolen from their victim.
Detective Tom Armelli gives a tour of the Cleveland Police Museum and tells some stories from Cleveland's frightful past.