Nancy Grace December 22, 2020
Tuesday Crime Stories: Little leaguer shot dead on bike, NEW EVIDENCE TO CRACK MURDER OF CHUCKIE MAUK?
Just after supper, Chuckie Mauk asks permission to ride his bike to the store to get candy. He never comes home. The 13-year-old boy is seen talking to someone in a white car and is then found shot in the head, still clutching the bubble gum he had bought. Today, Chuckie Mauk’s neighborhood friends, who …
Cold Cases May 26, 2020
Chuckie Mauk: $100K reward for information to help crack case of Little League boy shot dead after buying candy from store
In 1986, 13-year-old Chuckie Mauk was shot in the back of the head after walking out of a Georgia convenience store to buy candy. Childhood friends never forgot about the case; one is even offering $100,000 for information that leads to a conviction in the case. As CrimeOnline previously reported, witnesses in the middle Georgia …
Cold Cases April 29, 2020
The friends of Chuckie Mauk: Childhood friends of murdered Little Leaguer join together to solve 34-year-old cold case [Part One]
It was 1986 and the number one song in America was “That’s What Friends Are For.” And if I should ever go away Well, then close your eyes and try To feel the way we do today And then if you can remember Keep smiling, keep shining Knowing you can always count on me, for …
Cold Cases April 21, 2020
Chuckie Mauk: Will newly-discovered details crack case of Little Leaguer gunned down after buying bubble gum?
On February 17, 1986, 13-year-old Chuckie Mauk was shot in the back of the head after walking out of a Georgia convenience store to buy bubble gum. It’s a case that Nancy Grace holds dear to her heart and she’s determined to find justice for the young boy. “I’m going to hold onto this case …
Cold Cases March 9, 2020
Chuckie Mauk: There was a knock at the door…and nothing was ever the same
Chuckie Mauk was gunned down on the way to the store to get bubble gum; his killer is still out there!
Podcast May 28, 2018
Monday Crime Stories: Chuckie Mauk: Boy killed on way home from candy store
Three decades have passed since 13-year-old Chuckie Mauk was shot dead during a bike ride to a Georgia candy store. But the search for the killer has not ended. Nancy Grace visits with Chuckie’s mom to discuss the case and the painful loss of her son in this episode. National Missing Children’s Day: Can you …