Tuesday, June 8, 2010

The Crime Wire Teams Investigates-Live Tuesday June 8, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST and 8:00 PM CST

An elite team of veteran investigation experts, along with noted crime consultants, television legal analysts, and attorneys often featured on the popular news programs, join together for families of violent crime to find answers and seek justice. The Crime Wire team, Vito Colucci Jr., Private Eye and author, Denny Griffin, retired Investigator and Author, and Susan Murphy Milano, Violence Expert and Author are there-- On top of the crime -- at the top of their game.

Television producer Matthew Houbrick was found dead at the Drake Hotel in Chicago on November 14, 2005. He was in Chicago working on the FOX TV series Prison Break. His death made world-wide headlines, but the truth of what really happened; how he died, why Chicago Police failed to properly investigate, has been silenced. Joining us on the ahow to discuss the facts in the case, as he knows them, is Michael Houbrick, identical twin brother of the deceased.

 Lacey Gaines was found dead in her home on December 7, 2009. Lacey's brutal murder has yet to be solved and no one has been named as a suspect or person of interest. National advocate and family member, Cherry Simpson, will provide information and a time-line leading up to her neice's homicide.

Crime Wire Team Consultants, Peter Hyatt and Al Dressler will also join us and weigh in on the cases.

Date: June 8, 2010

Time: 9:00 PM EST 8:00 PM CST 6:00 PM PST

The number to call in with questions or comments is 1-646-478-0982

We profile a variety of cases each week, including cold cases, suspicious deaths, and current solved and unsolved murders.

If you are interested in having your case brought to the attention of the Crime Wire Team you can email us with cases, suggestions and comments at our email: thecrimewire@gmail.com

Link to Listen to the show Live http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crimewire

Our goal is to bring attention to those cases in which justice may not have been served and the families of the victims don’t have the resources to pursue the investigations on their own. Together we can make a difference.


  1. Instantly the roommate becomes POI in my mind. Simply because of the phonecall 2 hours before roo call that Patrick would be absent.

    I don't understand why Patrick would've left the bar through front and not the normal entrance or why since the bartender saw he was too inebriated they couldn'r serve him more drinks they wouldn't have insisted on calling him a cab- were there any incoming or outgoing calls to/from his phone during his last hour at the bar?

  2. Oh geez, I didn't do typo check before hitting send. roo is suppose to be roll.:)

  3. TP,

    Good points. Right now there are many more questions than answers in this case. But we're on it and will be updating as more information is obtained.