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New Clues Reveal in Egypt Covington Murder Case

After the tragic discovery of a Michigan singer found dead and bound in her home, it took years to hold those accountable for the crime.

Michigan State Police detectives, pivotal in unraveling the murder case of Egypt Covington, will share some insights into the investigation on Friday, March 22 at 9/8 p.m.

In the “A Girl Named Egypt” episode, detectives disclose details previously undisclosed. “After 27-year-old Egypt Covington is found murdered in her home, investigators in Michigan quickly identify a person of interest, but years pass without an arrest. The two-hour broadcast features the latest developments in the case, including state police detectives speaking out for the first time to reveal clues they uncovered in Egypt’s murder.”

Covington’s boyfriend, Curtis Meadows, sensed trouble when she didn’t respond to his usual morning text in late June 2017.

“I always sent her a good morning text,” Meadows said in a chilling preview clip of Friday’s Dateline episode.

Growing concerned by Covington’s silence, Meadows visited her home after work and discovered the front door open.

“She was tied up, blood clearly covering the side of her head,” he recounted, describing the grim scene. Covington’s sudden demise stunned those who knew her well.

The subsequent police inquiry “divided the entire community,” one Dateline interviewee noted, leaving Covington’s loved ones grappling with the mystery of her death.

“There was a gut punch coming, and it wasn’t just who, but rather why,” said Dateline correspondent Andrea Canning, reflecting on the case’s conclusion in the preview video.

The swift resolution by Michigan police contrasted with years of local law enforcement’s struggle to make progress, surprising many.

Canning interviewed Michigan State Police Detectives James Plummer and Sean Street for insights into the breakthrough.

Canning hopes viewers draw inspiration from Covington’s family’s relentless pursuit of justice.

“Families shouldn’t give up in their pursuit of justice,” Canning remarked. “This family was relentless in getting Egypt’s case in the right hands and getting people to care.”

However, the family’s unwavering quest had its toll, leaving them divided and struggling to heal.

“The most difficult aspect of this story was dealing with a family divided,” Canning revealed. “A loving family that not only lost Egypt but lost the family bond and is yet to regain it.”

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