Some of a man's body parts are found in separate garbage cans and an early suspect is his deaf girlfriend. The investigation soon discovers that this woman is nowhere close to who she seems.
Did You Know?
This episode was taken from the story of Robert Durst, a man who was hiding out in Galvelston, TX dressing as a woman who had killed his first wife, an acquaintance and neighbor. See more
The ME isn't able to determine Roger Barry's cause of death because his head and hands are not among the body parts that are found; she can only say that he is "either a Hispanic or African-American male." After Dets. Green and Briscoe have questioned multiple people in the neighborhood and find people who remember Mr. Barry (though they don't know his name), Green laments that they're still looking for "either a Hispanic or African-American male." Why haven't the detectives asked any of these people whether Barry was Hispanic or African-American? See more
Detective Lennie Briscoe
If it's Narcotics Anonymous, how do you know her last name?