Lt Joe Kenda once again displayed phenomenal investigation skills in the episode Death Grip on Homicide Hunter. This particular episode focused on a 1979 report of a car accident in a parking lot that led police on the scene to deduce that this was no accident. A pick up truck hit the side of a residential building … More The Fastest Discharge in Military History
Lt Joe Kenda of Homicide Hunter featured another case where he was tasked with investigating what hospital officials suspected was an attempted murder. Upon arrival at the hospital, he was bombarded by the press because they heard the call for service over the scanner. The hospital was secure and police officers were on the scene. … More Only Way Out: Army Wife Threatens to Report Doctor to Commander if He Leaves Her
Investigation Discovery featured a Very Kenda Christmas with back to back episodes of Homicide Hunter with Lt. Joe Kenda over the holidays. Kenda is a retired detective from the Colorado Springs Police Department. Colorado Springs is also the home of US Army base Fort Carson and Peterson Air Force Base. As a result, Lt. … More Nowhere to Turn: Soldier Extorted by a Military Wife Ends in Murder
Homicide Hunter is an Investigation Discovery show featuring retired police Detective Lt. Joe Kenda (1973-1996). Lt. Kenda worked for the Colorado Springs Police Department for years and investigated and solved hundreds of cases during his employment. Now in his retirement, he outlines the cases that he encountered on the job and explains how he eventually … More Lessons Learned from a Military Ammunitions Explosion in Colorado Springs
When a massive brawl erupts at a local bar, it ends with the shooting death of a young army soldier. To unravel the murder, Lt. Joe Kenda must infiltrate a revered military institution, and expose a dangerous vendetta. –Homicide Hunter, Investigation Discovery Lt. Joe Kenda of the Homicide Hunter series on Investigation Discovery discussed the murder of … More Lt Joe Kenda of Homicide Hunter Outlines Murder of Army Soldier Christopher Walton
I first heard the phrase “Life is Random” while watching Lt. Joe Kenda’s Homicide Hunter series on Investigation Discovery. Lt. Kenda was referring to a 1994 case out of Colorado Springs, Colorado he had investigated. A recently discharged Fort Carson Army soldier was left bleeding to death in an apartment building parking lot after being stabbed … More Lt. Joe Kenda: “Life is Random”
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