In episode 7 of "BLAME: Lost at Home," Jeremy obtains a 911 call made by Chuck Frary’s neighbor more than a year before he was found dead.

During the phone call, neighbor Cheryl Lanaster warns the city Chuck may dead in his home and requests a welfare check.

Despite the initial warning, Denver police detectives and the city’s Department of Public Health and Environment didn’t fully prepare to search Chuck’s home until 383 days after that first 911 call.

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In this episode, Jeremy sits down with a top-level manager within the Department of Public Health and Environment to ask why it took more than a year for the agency and police to finally work out a plan to recover Chuck’s remains from his home.

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