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Show is not realistic and does not show much of Charlotte,NC
I am a Charlotte native,and was disappointed to learn this show is filmed in NJ. They show a few streets in Charlotte and some pics of the downtown(we call it uptown) area,but the police cars and officers are not of the CMPD. This show is nothing like Homicide hunter Lt. Joe Kenda,which is far better,but I think McFadden is trying to be the black version of Joe Kenda.Also,several things Mcfadden does in the show just don't make sense and the facts are confusing. He likes to use cheesy catch phrases like "ringy ding dingy" in describing a phone call,and he never gets a search warrant to search someone's car,person,or belongings. In the latest show titled A promise kept,he puts the suspect AND the witness in the same unmarked police car that he is driving,and has no shield separating the front and the backseat. This is not realistic and would never happen in a real life situation or arrest.Sorry,but this show is worse than last year,and i'm surprised the ID channel renewed it for a 2nd year.
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