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The First 48: Missing Persons 2 Seasons 2011

Season 1
(7) IMDb 7.8/10

3. Tangled Web/ Street Justice TV-14 CC

Detectives Laura Skrip and Joe Struck hunt for a man after his family receives a threat to his life. They must sort through the missing man's troubled family situation and possible drug connections. Next, during a summer of gang violence on Chicago's streets, Detectives Mario Gonzalez and Hector Crespo search for a teenager with a rare sleep disorder.

Starring:
Hector Crespo, Mario Gonzalez
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
June 16, 2011

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Hector Crespo, Mario Gonzalez
Supporting actors Mario Gonzalez, Charity Musial, Laura Skrip, Joe Struck
Season year 2011
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Jennifer Bernardi, Thomas J. Busch, Ron De Rosa, Peter Marks, Peter Marks, Dustin Park, Donna Wilson
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I love my hometown of Chicago. In other words, I loves me da Chi! This whole series seems like it takes place here. I never knew we had so many missing persons reports. I heard that Chicago refused to let "Cops" tape here, so I'm surprised that another show can do it. Then again, maybe this relates to how often chiefs of police get replaced here.

So many people may hear of elder abuse, but not know the expanse of the problem. Here a caretaker was the ultimate backstabber. The elderly woman was so afraid she left her own (unrelated or "play") grandson and ran off. Luckily, I do think the tricky caretaker gets her punishment.

As a Chicagoan, it was fun to see both the grandmother and the female detective using the same speech patterns, body language, eye rolling, and other cultural traits of Black Chicagoan women.

This was the first episode of this series that I've seen and I think I'll have to keep watching it. Bravo!
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By kevin brown on December 5, 2012
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I LOVED this series. I am not sure if it was cancelled or just a short first season but it was set in a GREAT, The GREAT American city of Chicago, Beautiful Photagraphy both Gritty and Raw and Intriguing cases and good police all come together in this one. HOPE it did not end.
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I love true crime shows and it's refreshing to see one in which the outcomes are often good, rather than tragic as they are with homicide investigations.

If you like The First 48, you're likely to like this show too.
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By Clifford Long III. on November 29, 2014
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It teaches the truth of what happens with certain crimes.
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