Tuesday Crime Stories: Did a killer use a wood chipper and concrete to hide missing woman’s body?

Does a concrete wall in a Pennsylvania home hold the remains of a woman missing since 1989? Police suspect the killer used a wood chipper to grind up Barbara Miller’s body and then mixed it into concrete. Forensics experts are carefully examining the concrete for DNA clues. Major crimes scene investigator Karen Smith and RadarOnline reporter Alexis Tereszcuk join Nancy Grace in this Crime Stories episode to discuss this cold case.

Read Also: Concrete slab in a home’s basement may hold clues in the 1989 disappearance, possible murder of woman

Grace, Smith and Tereszcuk also look at the latest in the case of a North Dakota woman is found dead in a river, her body wrapped in plastic and her newborn baby in the arms of another woman. A man and woman are charged with kidnapping and killing Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind and then taking her baby.

Read also: ‘This is our baby:’ New details emerge in disappearance, murder of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind 

The California teen who livestreamed her young sister’s car crash death sent a remarkable letter to a reporter that included an unusual explanation for her bizarre behavior. Obdulia Sanchez, 18, was allegedly drunk while behind the wheel of the speeding car.

Read also: Teen who allegedly livestreamed sister’s fatal crash tells reporters she ‘deserves’ to be let go so she can work on clothing line

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