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Murder case involving Brilliant man is featured on TV show – The Steubenville Herald

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ST. CLAIRSVILLE — A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story in

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Bellaire Murder Featured On Show | News, Sports, Jobs

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A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story in the best

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Bellaire Murder Featured On Show

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A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story in the best

Read more at: http://www.theintelligencer.net/news/community/2018/10/bellaire-murder-featured-on-show/

Bellaire murder case is featured on TV show

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ST. CLAIRSVILLE — A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story

Read more at: http://www.timesleaderonline.com/news/community/2018/10/bellaire-murder-case-is-featured-on-tv-show/

Detectives Say Brad McGarry’s Murder Could ‘Possibly’ Be A Hate Crime (EXCLUSIVE)

Detectives in Belmont County, OH had their work cut out for them. In May 2017, a local coal miner named Brad McGarry was found shot dead in the basement of his home and there was little evidence to point local law enforcement in the right direction. Now, in a sneak peek for Episode 3 of Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions, one of Brad’s friends revealed why she thinks Brad’s death was possibly a hate crime. Watch our exclusive Criminal Confessions sneak peek above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

In the footage from the questioning, a detective asked Brad’s friend if anyone would have a motive to kill him. “There’s no reason,” the friend said. “If this is not a hate crime…I mean, I don’t know.”

Detective Sergeant Doug Cruse, of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office, explained that the Belmont County community is a very religious and conservative community. 

Read more at: https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/criminal-confessions-brad-mcgarry-murder/

Detectives Say Brad McGarry’s Murder Could ‘Possibly’ Be A Hate Crime (EXCLUSIVE)

Detectives in Belmont County, OH had their work cut out for them. In May 2017, a local coal miner named Brad McGarry was found shot dead in the basement of his home and there was little evidence to point local law enforcement in the right direction. Now, in a sneak peek for Episode 3 of Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions, one of Brad’s friends revealed why she thinks Brad’s death was possibly a hate crime. Watch our exclusive Criminal Confessions sneak peek above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

In the footage from the questioning, a detective asked Brad’s friend if anyone would have a motive to kill him. “There’s no reason,” the friend said. “If this is not a hate crime…I mean, I don’t know.”

Detective Sergeant Doug Cruse, of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office, explained that the Belmont County community is a very religious and conservative community. 

Read more at: https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/criminal-confessions-brad-mcgarry-murder/

Detectives Say Brad McGarry’s Murder Could ‘Possibly’ Be A Hate Crime (EXCLUSIVE)

Detectives in Belmont County, OH had their work cut out for them. In May 2017, a local coal miner named Brad McGarry was found shot dead in the basement of his home and there was little evidence to point local law enforcement in the right direction. Now, in a sneak peek for Episode 3 of Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions, one of Brad’s friends revealed why she thinks Brad’s death was possibly a hate crime. Watch our exclusive Criminal Confessions sneak peek above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

In the footage from the questioning, a detective asked Brad’s friend if anyone would have a motive to kill him. “There’s no reason,” the friend said. “If this is not a hate crime…I mean, I don’t know.”

Detective Sergeant Doug Cruse, of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office, explained that the Belmont County community is a very religious and conservative community. 

Read more at: https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/criminal-confessions-brad-mcgarry-murder/

Criminal Confessions: Was Brad Mcgarry’s Murder a Hate Crime?

Detectives in Belmont County, OH had their work cut out for them. In May 2017, a local coal miner named Brad McGarry was found shot dead in the basement of his home and there was little evidence to point local law enforcement in the right direction. Now, in a sneak peek for Episode 3 of Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions, one of Brad’s friends revealed why she thinks Brad’s death was possibly a hate crime. Watch our exclusive Criminal Confessions sneak peek above and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

In the footage from the questioning, a detective asked Brad’s friend if anyone would have a motive to kill him. “There’s no reason,” the friend said. “If this is not a hate crime…I mean, I don’t know.”

Detective Sergeant Doug Cruse, of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office, explained that the Belmont County community is a very religious and conservative community. 

Read more at: https://www.intouchweekly.com/posts/criminal-confessions-brad-mcgarry-murder/

‘Criminal Confessions’: Detective In Jenelle Potter Double-Murder Believes CIA Agent Was Never Real (EXCLUSIVE)

You’re not going to want to miss this, true crime fans. Oxygen’s show Criminal Confessions returns for Season 2 on Saturday Oct. 13 at 8 p.m., and the first story they’ll cover is one of the wildest yet. The show, executive produced by Dick Wolf, will recount the case of Jenelle Potter, a sickly girl who seemingly fell in love with her friend’s brother. That brother was Billy Payne Jr. and his fiancée was Billie Jean Hayworth. Jenelle accused the pair of harassing her on Facebook non-stop, and then one day, they were found murdered with their baby nearby. Watch the exclusive sneak peek, above! 

The story takes some wild twists and turns including a mysterious CIA agent, a secret boyfriend, Jenelle’s over-protective parents, and fake online personas before four people end up charged with murder. Recently, In Touch spoke exclusively with Detective Scott Lott,

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Former Rome detective recounts brutal murder case for television show

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