In the late 1960s, Liza Rodman spent summers hanging out with Tony Costa, the handyman at the Royal Coachman hotel, where her mother worked. One of the many people Liza's mom enlisted to watch the 8-year-old and her sister, Tony was also a serial killer.
The inspector with the East Providence Police Department talks to us about his road to working in law enforcement and how he would come to value and prioritize family in the decades to come.
After his brother was murdered more than two decades ago, Officer Darrell Ross saw what he calls 'a recognizable gap between the community and law enforcement.' He he set out for a career within law enforcement, and has been with the Tulsa Police Department since 2011. He spoke with us about maintaining a personal connection with the citizens of Tulsa.