University instructor Kristi Waterson was found dead in the apartment she shared with her cousin. Detectives were skeptical of the signs of suicide at the scene. Did someone want Kristi dead?
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The Deadly Sins investigation began on Monday, October 15, 2018, and will run for about eight weeks.
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