Annie Le was a brilliant young woman destined for greatness. While enrolled in a pharmacology graduate program at Yale University, Annie was just days away from marrying her college sweetheart. However, on September 8, 2009, Annie vanished from the campus laboratory in which she regularly worked. Annie’s disappearance sent shockwaves across the campus and tragically on September 13, 2009, the day she was to be wed, Annie’s body was discovered. Retired New Haven Police Lieutenant Lisa Dadio discusses her involvement with the investigation, how it evolved from a missing person case to a murder case, and how their work led to the swift arrest of Raymond Clark III.

Lisa Dadio spent 20 years with the New Haven Police Department, 16 of which were spent with the detective division. After ultimately rising to the rank of Lieutenant and commanding the Major Crimes Unit, Lisa retired from law enforcement and entered into the realm of higher education. She currently serves as the Assistant Dean for the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences at the University of New Haven.

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