Produced by Resa Matthews, Mary Ann Rotondi, Marc Goldbaum and Stephanie Slifer [This story first aired on March 24. It was updated on Oct. 20] It’s a murder case that shook a community and one that hinges on a personal activity tracker and another technology: Google Dashboard, a tool that many people don’t even know they have. But could it convict a killer? Nicole Vander Heyden went out with friends for a night on the town in Green Bay, Wis., on May 20, 2016. She never made it home. A day later, she was found dead in a field, having been beaten and strangled to death. The murder left her friends and family shaken, and the community wondered how it could happen. At the time, Vander Heyden was living with her boyfriend, Doug Detrie, and their 6-month-old son. Detrie was interviewed by sheriff’s deputies and quickly became the prime suspect when blood was found on the floor of their garage and in Vander Heyden’s car. Investigators also wondered why Detrie waited hours before reporting her missing. “It doesn’t seem like a guy who’s particularly worried about his girlfriend, the mother of his child, does it?” Slinger tells “48 Hours” correspondent… Read full this story
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