Several detectives with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes division will make their national television debut Sunday night.
A case they worked in May 2010 is being featured on the Oxygen Network show – ‘Snapped: Killer Couples.' The show airs from 10 to 11 p.m.
Investigators say Dennis ‘Scooter' Abrahamsen, a Bay area tattoo artist, was murdered by a pair of part-time porn actors. Amanda Logue and Jason Andrews were arrested a few days after the victim's body was discovered by a family member on a massage table in his New Port Richey home on May 16th, 2010.
The 41-year-old victim had been beaten and stabbed to death. Pasco SO detectives tied the couple to the crime through text messages.
Logue, 31, worked as a porn actress under the stage name ‘Sunny Dae.' Andrews, 29, also worked as a DJ in Chicago, Illinois.
‘Snapped – Killer Couples,' is a series that features suspects whose actions drives them to commit heinous crimes.
Pasco detectives William Lindsey, James Gariepy, Daniel Toner and their supervisor, Sgt. James Sessa are all expected to appear in the episode.
Logue was arrested in Georgia and extradited back to Florida for trial. In May 2012 she was convicted on one count of second-degree murder and sentenced to 40 years in prison.
She is currently serving her sentence at the Lowell Correctional Institution in Marion County.
Andrews was apprehended in Tennessee, brought back to Florida to stand trial and convicted on a first-degree murder charge in January 2012. He was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the crime.
He is serving out his sentence at the Taylor Correctional Institute in Perry.
FOX 13 / WTVT-TV
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