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EP 06 | Break the Case: CrimeCon, CrimeHQ and the Texas Cold Case Unit

This is the sixth episode in a podcast series following the investigation into the unsolved murder of Debbie Sue Williamson. Listen to the first episode.

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As the holidays approach, the Break the Case team will be taking a short break from producing full-length episodes. We’ll be back in your feed with a regular episode on January 14, 2022.

Before we go, we wanted to share some exciting announcements that we believe will be instrumental in bringing resolution to Debbie’s case in the New Year:

CrimeCon 2022

CrimeCon and Rebekah Gould
Jennifer Bucholtz and George Jared presenting at CrimeCon 2021 about their work on the case of Rebekah Gould. Join them at CrimeCon 2022 in Las Vegas to hear their work on Debbie Sue Williamson’s case.

Jen Bucholtz and George Jared will be giving an hour-long presentation about Debbie Sue Williamson’s case at CrimeCon 2022, which will be held in Las Vegas from April 29 to May 1! More details to be announced.

In addition, Break the Case will be featured on Podcast Row. Come meet (virtually or in-person) our team and show your support for the work being done to solve Debbie’s case! Use our special promo code: BREAK for a 10% discount off standard badges.

CrimeHQ

In addition, Jen and George will be hosting live weekly discussion sessions about Debbie’s case starting on Tuesday, January 18 at 7pm ET on CrimeHQ.com. By registering as a member, YOU can collaborate directly with Jen and George, learn even more details about the re-investigation into Debbie’s case, and HELP US SOLVE THIS CASE! Sign up for CrimeHQ to join the largest community of passionate true-crime fans and experts. If you sign-up before Christmas, you get the first month free!

Collaboration with the New, Statewide Cold Case and Missing Persons Unit in Texas

Listen to learn how this unit is structured, including a retired homicide investigators’ task force, and how local Texas law enforcement agencies can work with this unit to get funding for DNA testing and other investigative resources.

Listen to Episode 6 to hear an interview with Mindy Montford, senior counsel for the Cold Case and Missing Persons Unit within the Office of the Attorney General for the State of Texas. This unit is one of the ONLY statewide cold case units in the United States and sets an exciting precedent for other states working to bring resolution to the 269,000 unsolved homicides across the country.

Be sure to listen to this week’s episode to hear more details about these exciting developments. Have a safe and wonderful holiday season!  

Listen to Episode 7: Behavioral Analysis: What the Autopsy and Crime Scene Reveal About Debbie’s Killer

Anyone who has information about Debbie Williamson’s murder is asked to please report tips to the Lubbock Police Department at 806-775-1425 or 806-300-6490.

Tips may be sent to tips@justice4debbie.com. Anyone reporting tips is assured confidentiality. 

If you’d like to be a part of the effort and follow along, join the Facebook group dedicated to getting justice for Debbie, Unsolved Murder of Deborah Sue Williamson (Deborah Agnew).

Stay updated when new episodes are released by following Break the Case Podcast on Twitter.

Jennifer Bucholtz is a former U.S. Army Counterintelligence Agent and a decorated veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. She holds a bachelor of science in criminal justice, a master of arts in criminal justice and a master of science in forensic sciences. Bucholtz has an extensive background in U.S. military and Department of Defense counterintelligence operations. While on active duty, she served as the Special Agent in Charge for her unit in South Korea and Assistant Special Agent in Charge at stateside duty stations. Bucholtz has also worked for the Arizona Department of Corrections and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York City. She is currently an adjunct faculty member and teaches courses in criminal justice and forensic sciences. Additionally, she is an instructor for the Department of State’s Office of Anti-Terrorism Assistance and a licensed private investigator in Colorado. You can contact her at Jennifer.Bucholtz@mycampus.apus.edu.

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