Beverly Carter

 

Arron Lewis, mugshot

 

The Wanted photo police released to the public after Arron's car crash

 

Crystal Lowery

 

Carl Carter, Jr., The Beverly Carter Foundation

 

In September 2014, 50-year-old real estate agent Beverly Carter went to meet a couple interested in purchasing a house she was showing, only to never be seen again. Her body was found days later and a man no one in her family knew was taken into custody.

In this episode, I speak with Beverly’s son, Carl Carter Jr., about what this tragedy was like for his family, and how he was able to cope during a very contentious trial – with a defense that tried their best to smear his mother’s name.

Be sure to visit BeverlyCarterFoundation.org for more info on the Beverly Carter Foundation.

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Todd and Barbara Kendhammer (LaCrosse Tribune)

 

Todd testifying at trial

 

Todd's car at the scene

 

Todd at the scene

 

The scratches on Todd's neck

 

The cuts on Todd's hands

 

On September 16, 2016, police in LaCrosse, Wisconsin were called to the scene of a terrible accident. 47-year-old Todd Kendhammer’s car was on the side of the road – the windshield smashed, passenger door open, and his wife Barbara lying on the ground. Todd told the officers and first responders that a pipe had fallen off a passing truck and had gone through their windshield, striking his wife. But after additional investigation, law enforcement officers started to disbelieve Todd’s account.

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