For those of you that enjoy watching Netflix like me, then you know the service adds older television programs to their lineup just about every month. Documentary and True Crime shows have been an addiction of mine for years, and that's what led me to a program called Cold Justice.

The program originally ran on the Oxygen and TNT Networks from 2013 to 2015. I came across an episode last night titled, "Still of the Night," which featured a 2004 unsolved murder case of a 25-year-old woman in Pocatello. During the filming of the episode in 2014, forensic evidence actually linked a local man to the crime, who was then arrested and charged.

The suspect is still awaiting his fate at the Bannock County Detention Center, according to the show.