Some Civilians Are Luring Alleged Predators Without the Police: Today on Inside Edition
Why authorities say that's a bad idea.
Some civilians are trying to lure and catch alleged sexual predators — without the help of police.
Regular people are taking it upon themselves to find bad guys. Why authorities say that's a bad idea.
Flames are still raging in Southern California. Which celebrities have had to flee their expensive homes.
And the parents of Kayla Mueller, the American taken hostage by ISIS before being killed, still have so many unanswered questions about what happened to their humanitarian daughter in her final days.
For more Inside Edition stories tune in to today's show. Check here for local listings.
Trending on Inside Edition
Brother of James Chadwell, Man Being Investigated in Connection With Delphi Murders, Says He Is 'Evil'Crime
The Hidden 1918 'Spanish Flu' Pandemic: How a Deadly Disease Altered History and the Lives of MillionsThe Issue
Colorado Police Found Mummified Body Believed to Be Controversial Religious Leader Amy Carlson, 7 ArrestedCrime
Is the High-Priced and Rare Bourbon You Are Buying Actually Counterfeit? Inside Edition InvestigatesInvestigative
Where Is My Tax Return? IRS Playing Catch Up As Americans Eagerly Wait for Their Tax RefundNews