Manuel Penaloza: On the evening of October 27, 2006, Heidi was heading home from a visit with her parents in Pasadena, Calif. when her journey came to a sudden halt. Police say a vehicle in the oncoming lane crashed and Heidi got out to help the injured driver. However, her altruistic rescue attempt resulted in her being assaulted and carjacked by a 20-year-old gang member named Manuel Penaloza. Penaloza soon crashed Heidi's car and cops say he fled the scene on foot. Authorities searched Penaloza's car and knew that the investigation had only just begun when they discovered two people shot execution style in the abandoned vehicle. Now, we need your help in bringing Penaloza to justice.
Nevada Child Sex Tape: One day after Nye County Sheriff's Office announced that they found a second girl on a videotape containing disturbing images of sexual abuse involving another underage girl, AMW has learned that the second girl has been identified. In a press release, cops say that not only do they know the identity of the 10-year-old girl, they also state that she is safe and sound. Authorities maintain that she was never harmed by the perpetrator, who is seen elsewhere on the tape committing sexual assaults against a 4 or 5-year-old girl. Police also confirmed that the portion of the video containing the second girl was filmed in Nye County. On Saturday night, we’ll have all the details for you.
William Greer: Police say William Greer is responsible for the murder of his girlfriend Tammy Myers. Now, he’s following a pattern that has kept AMW viewers and cops walking in his shadows. But can these near misses turn into a long-awaited capture?
North Dallas Boogey Man: In April of 2007, the Dallas Boogey Man displayed the type of violence no one here had seen. As was his routine, the man smashed through the Frisco, Texas victim's door and sexually assaulted her. But this time, he did something was different. This time, he didn't conceal his face. To investigators, that was a significant sign. He did not intend on leaving a witness. But the brave woman survived, and now investigators all over the Dallas area finally have what they’re looking for: the face of their elusive Boogey Man. You can see it on AMW.com, and then this weekend, help us bring down this real-life Boogey Man.
Leo Burt: The Ghost of Wisconsin: Thirty-seven years ago, the sky lit up in Madison, Wisc. Buildings shook, and people 30 miles away could hear the sound of a car at Sterling Hall at University of Wisconsin explode and tear into the night. It was the worst case of domestic terrorism until Oklahoma City in 1995. Of the four accused terrorists, three were caught, convicted, and served their time in prison. But one -- Leo Burt -- hasn't been seen or heard from since he fled the country in 1970. Leo's actions and escape from justice haunt Madison to this day, and Leo has been dubbed "the Ghost of Wisconsin." Help us put his story to rest on Saturday night.
Gabriel Avila: After years of hunting for Katie Sepich's killer, cops say they cracked the case with the help of a modern miracle: DNA testing. Police say a DNA match led them to a man who was already in jail for another crime. This weekend, we’ll give you all the details.
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