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Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda season 2←Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda season 1 Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda season 3→
Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda season 2 episodes list:
Mother of three Dianne Hood is shot to death by a masked gunman on her way home from a Lupus support meeting. Police initially assume it's a robbery, but Lt. Joe Kenda uncovers a sordid web of lust and greed, revealing a killer no one ever expected.
Teen runaway Maggie Fetty is found strangled to death on a mountain road. An anonymous tipster blames Maggie's best friend, but she accuses a mental patient with multiple personalities. Kenda must turn the suspects against each other to learn the truth.
Five people are murdered in a cold-blooded robbery at a shopping center, and much of the evidence is lost in a fire. But a fuzzy image from a newly installed surveillance camera leads Kenda on an exhaustive search that ends in a shocking confrontation.
Housewife Elsie Jennes is found dead in the basement of her burning home. Lt Joe Kenda has no leads until Elsie's son, William, turns up in a police station over 50 miles away, equipped with a suitcase, a pet yellow labrador, and a bizarre story to tell.
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Solider and young father Layne Schmidtke is brutally beaten to death by a mob of teenagers. Kenda must reconstruct the chaotic scene through forensic evidence and witness testimonies, which reveals an unlikely suspect as the murderous ringleader.
Hard-working fast food manager Missy Berry is found dead in an idling car at a deserted intersection. Kenda discovers suspects from Missy's past who may have wanted her dead. But a surprise twist in the investigation leads him into uncharted territory.
A bloody shooting, steps away from a high school, leaves 14-year-old J.L. Jackson dead. After combing through the unreliable testimony of teen witnesses, Kenda uncovers a deadly vendetta stemming from a heated lunchroom confrontation.
When police discover the lifeless bodies of Sophia Gerardo, four children and a house cat, they suspect ritualistic mass murder. But Lt. Joe Kenda uncovers a reality far more frightening and deadly than anyone could have imagined.
15-year-old Chuck Limbrick returns home from school to find his mother, Betty Limbrick, shot dead on the floor. Evidence points to a robbery gone wrong, but Kenda suspects there is more to the story, and uncovers a plot almost too shocking to believe.
29-year-old Chris Devoy is shot in cold blood outside a neighborhood bar. Faced with a trio of suspects, Kenda trusts his gut and makes a controversial decision. The case hits a dead end, but Kenda gets an unexpected tip that proves his instincts right.