Tuesday Crime Stories: Road rage attack leaves 13-year-old son dead at dentist office, cheerleader charged in infant’s murder walks free

A Colorado man allegedly followed a family for blocks after a road rage incident on a Denver street and then opened fire on the mom, and her three children. A 13-year-old boy died, his brother and mother were seriously wounded, while a man in another truck was also shot.

Nancy Grace explores this attack with criminal defense lawyer Mickey Sherman, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, New York psychologist Caryn Stark, and Crime Stories co-host Alan Duke.

A GoFundMe campaign to help the Bigelow family raised more than $200,000 in the last week.

Crime Stories investigative reporter John Lemley joins Grace next to update the case of Lois Riess, the woman accused of killer her husband and a woman in a cross-country crime spree. We hear from a woman police think could have been her third victim if she had not been caught in Texas.

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Neighbors of Skylar Richardson are upset about seeing the former high school cheerleader running around their Ohio community despite facing trial for the murder of her newborn child. The teen was released from house arrest recently and can move about her town during daylight hours. Nancy revisits the case.

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