Episodes

TRUE CRIME IN COLOR: JELANI DAY

Jelani Day was a graduate student at Illinois State University. The 25-year-old had dreams of becoming a doctor. He was considered a missing person for about a month. His body found in the Illinois River September 4, 2021. It wasn't identified until almost 20 days later. Jelani's family wants to know what happened to him.

If you have any information contact:

Bloomington Police at 309-820-8888


Detective Paul Jones at 309-434-2548 or at pjones@cityblm.org

The private investigator the family has hired at 618-223-0044


You can donate to the Day family's GoFundMe here.


Keep up with the Find Jelani Day Facebook page here.


Jelani's family continues to offer a $25,000 reward for information.

TRUE CRIME IN COLOR: JAYLAN BUTLER

Jaylan Butler is a swimmer at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. On the way back from a swim meet, Jaylan says he was detained, put in handcuffs, thrown in the back of a police car and his life was threatened. But police got it wrong. They weren't looking for Jaylan, but someone else.

TRUE CRIME IN COLOR: SELENA REYES-HERNANDEZ

Thirty-seven-year-old Selena Reyes-Hernandez was murdered in Chicago in 2020 inside her own home. Police say she was murdered because she was transgender.

TRUE CRIME IN COLOR: tionda & diamond bradley

Ten-year-old Tionda Bradley and her three-year-old sister Diamond went missing from their South Side Chicago home on July 6, 2001. The girls haven't been seen since.

Anyone with information is asked to call Chicago police at 312-745-6007 or the FBI at 312-431-1333. You can also call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. The family is still offering a $30,000 reward.

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