Crime 360

Ended Tuesday / 7:00pm A&E US 45 min.
Crime 360 is a show utilizing high-tech CGI graphics to examine non-fiction, real-time crime drama. Viewers are brought along for the ride as the theories, forensics and evidence of a case are brought to life through incredible CGI visualizations and state-of-the-art 3D photography. Viewers experience the investigation as if they were there right from the moment detectives are called to the scene. Experience real-life criminal investigations as they unfold.

Season 2

19 Episodes

A poker game in the basement of a home is broken up by four men who burst in and rob everyone. Shots are fired and later a man is found dead in front of a home several doors down. No admits to shooting the man (who would seem to be one of the robbers) and detectives have to determine if the man was shot by the other suspects or if someone at the card game shot him.
Sep 17 2009
A quiet Cleveland neighborhood ignites into a war zone as a gun battle breaks out at night. Chaos ensues as neighbors duck for cover from the barrage of bullets flying back and forth. The next morning, veteran detectives Walley Everett and Mike Smith discover a young father of two lying dead inside his bedroom. But no one knows why. To get to the truth and to catch the killer, detectives must rely on forensic science to uncover the secrets that lay hidden in a single bullet.
Sep 10 2009
In broad daylight, a young man is shot dead in his own front yard. Investigators Gary Galetta and Glenn Weather question witnesses who saw the murder, but no one can identify a suspect. A store clerk appears to have knowledge of the shooting before it happened--could he be the killer? The team uncovers evidence the victim may have been selling loose cigarettes in the neighborhood, but that does not seem like enough of a motive for a murder. It will take ballistic analysis and a careful review of leads--from cell records to surveillance tape--to lead investigators to the killer.
Sep 03 2009
Detectives Tim Entenok and Tom Armelli are called to the scene of a grizzly family shooting. Two adults and three young children have been killed. Detectives work their way through spent bullets, shell casings, and other evidence at the scene, including two firearms, to piece together what happened and discover what led to this violent family massacre. Was it the result of a home invasion or a domestic dispute? And where is the missing upstairs neighbor? Detectives send all available officers into the dark night to find a violent, brutal killer before he can cause more devastation.
Aug 27 2009
In a suburban neighborhood of Cleveland, gunshots ring out in the middle of the night, and a young male is found dead on the front porch of his own house. Detectives Tom Armelli and Joe Chojnowski learn from the victim's girlfriend that a visit by friends that evening quickly turned violent. Was this a home invasion? Or, a friendly fight taken too far? To discover the truth, detectives must rely on their strongest piece of evidence, a cooking pan. Will this pan hold the recipe to catch the killer? Forensic science and diligent detective work are the crucial ingredients needed to break this case.
Aug 13 2009
Payback 2x14
A car hits a tree and a fire plug and comes to stop; inside is found a man dying from what appears to be multiple gun shot wounds. There's no evidence of where the crime scene is, and there are no actual witnesses in the area. And investigation spanning 10 days finally results in an arrest.
Aug 06 2009
After a man is stabbed in his apartment detectives has great deal of difficulty identifying the suspect in this crime. They had an alias and several people who saw him but no name. After a lot of leg work they are able to identify and arrest their suspect. A lot of really good low tech detective work.
Jul 30 2009
Hunted 2x12
A man is murdered in the parking lot of a Hispanic night club. The killer method implied that he was a professional, and the investigation will prove he is indeed a very dangerous man.
Jul 23 2009
Homicide Detectives Tommy Hudson and Matt Nelson are called to the parking lot of a local car wash, where a young man has been gunned down in broad daylight. Witnesses to the murder can only identify a getaway car. After scouring databases and city streets for the vehicle, detectives find out that one witness may have done more than watch. Hudson and Nelson are about to hit the streets to try and locate the getaway car and killer. Are they on the right road, or about to hit another dead end?
Jul 16 2009
A 15 year-old boy is shot to death on a neighborhood street. Investigators Tom Cassidy and C.J. Dominic interview a witness who saw two unknown men attack and shoot the boy. Surveillance video from a nearby shop confirms the witness' story but doesn't give a clear picture of the attackers. Investigators are at a dead end - until they learn their witness really may know who the shooter is and was just too frightened to say. Cassidy and Dominic must find the witness and see if she can identify the shooter before someone else gets hurt.
Jul 09 2009
Two gay men are murdered in the their home by someone who apparently caught them sleeping. The investigators find that one of the murdered men's credit had been compromised and decide to see where that leads them, The investigators have some good leads to begin with but the story takes some twists and turns that could not be foreseen.
Jul 09 2009
In Indianapolis, Indiana, a 21-year-old man is gunned down during a violent shootout in a residential neighborhood. Detectives Chuck Benner and Todd Lappin sort through the wreckage left behind: forty shell casings litter the street, a pistol has been left on the ground, and an abandoned car is riddled with bullet holes. Using these clues, the detectives uncover multiple suspects engaged in a deadly vendetta--but were the shots that killed the victim fired in self-defense--or was someone shooting to kill? Benner and Lappin will need every tool in their forensic arsenal to find out the truth.
Jun 25 2009
In Little Rock, Detective Chuck Ray is called to a scene where one man has been shot in the hand while another man lies dying outside of his apartment with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Shell casings and clues point to a serial robber that police have been tracking. But the serial robber doesn't usually kill his victims. Could this be the same guy? And is he getting even more dangerous? When a shooting takes the life of another innocent victim weeks later, and the patterns seem to match, Ray knows he and the team must work quickly to get this serial killer off the streets right away.
Jun 25 2009
Police are called to the scene of shooting at about eight in the morning, and find a man laying in the street with three gun shot wounds and a pair of scissors clutched in his hand. The police have witnesses but are getting conflicting stories. The case will require a solid investigation to be solved, the forensics in this case will only be able to aid in conviction not solve the case.
Jun 18 2009
A landlord finds one of his tenants dead. The initial investigation show this was a vicious attack where the victim had been stabbed approx. thirty times. The neighbors are cooperative and admit that they and the victim smoked dope on a regular basis. One of the victims friends has a record that casts suspicion on him. The investigation leads to another suspect that was there that day. Some classic detective work.
Jun 18 2009
Mother's Day morning. A 58 year-old man lies dead in an open field. Detectives Nate Sowa and Ray Diaz inspect the body and discover the victim's cell phone is missing. Later they determine the phone was being used after the victim died, so there's hope for finding the killer. But when Sowa and Diaz confront the girl who received the calls, she denies knowing anything that could help the case. They close in on a pair of suspects, but because both are juveniles the detectives must build an airtight case and prove beyond a doubt who pulled the trigger.
Jun 11 2009
At an apartment complex in the Northeast side of Indianapolis, two young men are found dead, and high caliber rifle casings litter the street. When Detectives Tom Lehn and Jeff Wager arrive on scene they find out the two victims were actually brothers, and one of them had been receiving threats from his ex-girlfriend. Could a woman have wielded the high caliber firearm used at this scene? Through an investigation full of twists and turns, Lehn and Wager learn several people could have fired the killing shots, and they have to find out for sure who was responsible.
Jun 04 2009
Detectives Hank Veverka and Kathleen Carlin find the body of a 34 year-old male, shot to death behind an abandoned building. His pockets are turned out, his shoes are off, and his cell phone is missing, all suggesting a robbery. But when detectives learn his identity and discover that he was found nowhere near where he lives, they wonder what brought him to the neighborhood where he was killed. Carlin and Veverka believe they can get to a suspect if they can find out who took his phone, but that proves more difficult than they imagine.
May 28 2009
Detectives Nate Sowa and Ray Diaz take on the investigation of a missing persons case that may turn out to be a homicide. A witness reported seeing a 25 year old male brutally beaten, and that same male has not been seen for days. Without a body, how do you prove murder? Two brothers are suspected of the beating, but Sowa and Diaz must determine if they committed a murder - so it's a race against time to find the victim alive, or find proof of his death. It will take cutting edge forensics to solve this case, and if the evidence doesn't add up, the suspects could get away with murder.
May 21 2009

Season 1

11 Episodes

A stabbing occurs in a convenience store. Detectives are called out to the scene. Once they arrive, they see the victim in a pool of blood. The clerk tells detectives that the suspect has already left the store. However, police catch a break when the find out there is a surveillance system in place. Police take this and analyze the footage to find and identify the suspect.
Jun 19 2008
A possible homicide has happened, and police are called to the scene to investigate. Evidence points to the victim running from the scene attempting to get help from those at houses nearby. Te victim died, and police find some methamphetamine inside a dollar bill. A bullet was found inside the victim's body, but shell casings were not found at the scene of the crime. Once investigators test the methamphetamine on the victim, they found it to be a unique formula. These details could lead investigators to the source of the drugs, as well as suspects for this crime.
Jun 12 2008
Police are called to a crime scene of a possible homicide. Evidence leads to the fact that this case may in fact be a homicide. Someone watching the story unfold on television thinks it might be a member of their family who committed the crime. Detectives finally piece the information together.
May 29 2008
Police find a woman who has been shot dead. Police think they may be dealing with a robbery, but ends up being more detailed with twists along the way.
May 22 2008
Cleveland, OH homicide detectives are called to the scene where a missing person has been found dead in a sewage drain in Brookside Park. The body was found deep in the drain, and initial observations of the detectives determine the body has been there for at least a week. The location where the body was found was near a set of train tracks. Detectives investigate around those tracks and some evidence is collected along the tracks that might have possible blood on them. The autopsy may help investigators lead to a cause of death; however, the case goes cold for a while until a break in the case comes along when a witness gives some clues to detectives.
May 15 2008
The Fourth of July is brought about with gunshots in celebration of the Fourth of July; however, Richmond detectives the following morning now have a homicide on their hands. There are many pieces of evidence at the scene which may lead to a suspect. When a possible suspect is identified, they say they had nothing to do with it, even though the evidence may appear otherwise. As the investigation continues, the number of suspects increase, and Richmond homicide detectives have to sift through the evidence they have to get to the truth.
Apr 10 2008
Detectives in Richmond are called to the scene of a fire where a body has been found. Detectives have to find out if it was an accident, a suicide, or even murder. As the investigators review the evidence, foul play appears to be involved based on sustained injuries by the victim. Other evidence comes to light to support the idea of this being a homicide; however, police have to look through the evidence to come to a conclusion as to whether they should be looking at relatives of the victim, or a stranger.
Apr 03 2008
After detectives find a body with bullets all through it, the victim's cell phone holds important information.
Mar 27 2008
Cleveland detectives find a male body suffered by multiple gun shot wounds. The body was hidden at the victim's grandmother's home.
Mar 20 2008
During an argument at a housing project, a man is murdered and detectives have to figure out whether it was self defense.
Mar 13 2008
The murder of a person who was found in their trunk is investigated by Richmond detectives.
Mar 06 2008