TNT series revisits closed DeWitt County cold case
June 17, 2014 at 1:17 a.m.
TNT's crime-solving "Cold Justice" series returns for a new season and will revisit a DeWitt County triumph Wednesday during a special episode.
Last year, former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and ex-FBI agent Yolanda McClary reopened a cold case at the DeWitt County Sheriff's Office, which resulted in the arrest of Ronnie Joe Hendrick. Hendrick pleaded guilty to shooting his girlfriend Pamela Shelly in 2001 and was sentenced to 22 years in prison.
Wednesday's show will revisit the case in an episode titled "Justice Served." The update will be hosted by John Walsh ("America's Most Wanted") and Sgt. Carl Bowen with the DeWitt County Sheriff's Office will be interviewed.