Wildcat Crime

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In the show's first deep dive into a non-violent crime, we explore the story of the University of Arizona's famous stolen painting: Willem de Kooning's Woman Ochre. The painting was stolen from the museum of Art in 1985. 32years later it turned
Season Two is here and we are kicking it off with the most requested crime ever. Almost every  University of Arizona student knows about the stabbing in Graham-Greenlee, but how much do you really know about the crime? In this episode we rememb
Louise Foucar Marshall was a successful business woman, generous philanthropist and the first female professor at the University of Arizona.  She also shot her husband on April 27, 1931. In this twisting and turning episode, we take a look at t
Happy April Fools, lovely listeners! It's not a prank, it's a new minisode! Today, Vanessa is joined by Daily Wildcat sports editors Alec White and Mark Lawson to discuss some of the best pranks in the long and legendary rivalry between the Uni
Episode 6 takes a look at the life and death of UA alumna Allison Feldman. After her death in 2015, her family and friends established a scholarship in her name to help UA students study abroad, like she did. We also dive into the relatively ne
The Wildcat Crime "minisode" is back! (We really just can't seem to grasp the concept of an episode lasting less than 30 minutes, can we?) Host Vanessa Ontiveros talks with true crime journalist and investigator Billy Jensen about his work help
In episode five we take a look at the life, death and legacy of Corporal Kevin Barleycorn, the only University of Arizona Police Department officer to die in the line of duty. The story surrounding Kevin's death in 1990 changed several times in
It’s the return of the “minisode!” When we were planning the February minisode it was originally going to be a much shorter and much lighter but it turns out the women of the Daily Wildcat had a lot to say about stalking. That's because a dispr
In the third episode of Wildcat Crime, we look into the 1982 murders of UA sophomores Teresa Acuna and Susan England. A suspect would not be found for over a year after the gruesome killings, leaving the community to process the deaths on their
In episode three of Wildcat Crime we take a look at not a real murder, but a fake one. Former Wildcat football star and retired ATF Agent Jay Dobyns staged a murder in order to become the first undercover operative to be made full member of the
EDIT: This episode was initially published on November 17, 2018. However it was missing an interview. This is the updated version, fully intact. Enjoy! In episode two of Wildcat Crime we go back to 2002 and take an in depth look at the shootin
Hello lovely listeners! Introducing our first minisode! We don't want you to have to wait a month for your next Wildcat Crime fix, so here is a new before released segment from an interview with Dennis Wise on the role violence plays in ghost s
In this very first episode of Wildcat Crime we indulge in the Halloween season and take a look at the stories behind the haunting of UA's Maricopa Residence Hall. Is there any truth behind the tales? Why do residents report ghostly activity? Wh
Welcome to Wildcat Crime, a new true crime podcast that takes a closer look at crimes related to the University of Arizona, brought to you by the Daily Wildcat and KAMP Student Radio. First episode drops on Friday October 19. Here’s the trailer
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