The Katie Key and Jason McCamey Tennessee murder case premieres on Home Alone this week. Home Alone is Investigation Discovery’s newest crime TV series. Katie Key’s story will be told by her parents Tammy Fellers and Gary Key. A decade ago, Katie Key, 17, was shot to death in her Greene County home by a man she formerly dated. Her case helped shed light on domestic abuse in dating relationships. Home Alone on Investigation Discovery brings you the scariest murder cases, involving victims who were home alone when the crime occurred, according to Discovery Communications.
Home Alone episode “Portrait of a Stalker”
A small-town murder rocks the town after a mother receives a photo message by phone from her daughter’s stalker.
Katie Key Stalking Murder Case in Mosheim, Tennessee
On ID’s Home Alone premiere, Tammy Fellers discusses the murder of her daughter, Katie Key, a West Greene High School senior
Police say a 12-year-old girl was “brutally killed” inside her home in Nashville, Tennessee, last week not long after she texted her mother about someone knocking at the door, PEOPLE confirms.
Investigators are appealing to the public for any information that may help identify the person who slaughtered 12-year-old Yhoana Arteaga on Aug. 10.
“Thus far, helpful information from citizens, through Crime Stoppers or otherwise, has been very limited,” the Nashville Police Department said in a statement.
“Detectives are optimistic that a meaningful lead or leads will result from scientific testing being conducted by the MNPD Crime Laboratory,” the police statement continues. “This case is a priority for police department scientists as well as fingerprint experts who are studying a number of fingerprints discovered during the processing of the residence.”
Yhoana was found dead by family members at 6:45 p.m. that Thursday, according to
Like many other people, Alissa Parker wanted answers in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Mostly, she wanted to know what could possess 20-year-old Adam Lanza to drive to the Newtown, Connecticut, school on Dec. 14, 2012, and fatally shoot six adults and 20 first graders — including Parker’s six-year-old daughter, Emilie.
Weeks after the shooting, she sought to meet the one person she thought might hold the answer to that question: the gunman’s father, Peter Lanza.
“I wanted to understand what he knew,” Parker tells PEOPLE.