Lisa Wheeler-Bowman to appear on Tamron Hall's crime show
St. Petersburg City Council member Lisa Wheeler-Bowman has a local reputation for her fearless search for her son's killers.
On Sunday, a national audience will learn the story of how Wheeler-Bowman found justice for her murdered son, Cabretti, a feat that sparked a civic engagement that led with her election to City Council in 2015.
Wheeler-Bowman taped the show in March, leading Hall through the events before and after her son Cabretti's 2008 murder.
Hall's show "Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall" will air at 10 p.m. on Investigative Discovery. Check out the trailer here.
Wheeler-Bowman hasn't seen the episode, which used dramatic reenactments. On Thursday, she admitted to some nervousness mixed with the excitement.
She'll have a watch party at the Dog Bar, 2300 Central Avenue, on Tuesday.