The Mystery Boy From 1963 In Jackson County Finally Identified
TV crime dramas can give us an incorrect view of major crime cases: they are not all solved in a single hour.
Like most police agencies, the Jackson County Sheriff's Department houses a cold-case unit, dedicated to eventually solving crimes committed years ago.
The case of toddler Stevie Crawford dates back to 1963, when his body was found weighted down in a lake east of Ashland.
Technology slowly added to the ability of cold-case investigators to figure out his identity and fate.
We hear the details of the nearly 60-year effort to solve the case from retired Det. Sgt. Colin Fagan and retired Special Investigator Jim Tattersall.