One week after Officer Daniel Green posted an image on Instagram with his new, younger girlfriend, he was shot to death in his home by his ex-wife
When Erika Sandoval, 28, got off work the morning of February 6, 2015, she says she had three things on her mind: getting a pedicure, having her taxes done, and taking her 2-year-old son for frozen yogurt. But the first thing Sandoval did after leaving work was to go to the house of her ex-husband Police Officer Daniel Green where, she admitted to jurors, she killed him with four bullets fired from close range.
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A man facing criminal charges in his wife's disappearance is expected to testify in a civil case his mother-in-law brought against him. Gloria Farber is suing Fotis Dulos for more than $2 million in alleged back payments for business loans. The testimony in the civil trial could affect Dulos' criminal trial. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi joined "CBSN AM" from Hartford, Connecticut, to discuss.
An inside look at the startling evidence that helped convict against Colorado man Patrick Frazee for the murder of his fianceé. CBS News' Nikki Battiste reports.
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A brutal murder and police have DNA evidence — could a discarded cigarette lead investigators to a possible killer and close a case two decades later? CBS News correspondent Anne-Marie Green reports.