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In 2017, Crystal McDowell, a realtor and mother of two, disappeared just as Hurricane Harvey was hitting Houston, Texas, which made searching for her incredibly difficult for the local authorities. Ultimately, however, their investigation led them to her ex-husband Steven McDowell.

Ahead of the Dateline NBC episode about Crystal’s disappearance, titled “Before the Storm” and airing Friday, June 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, here’s what you need to know about his trial and where he is now.

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Two weeks after Crystal was reported missing by her uncle, Jeff Walters, Crystal’s ex-husband Steven McDowell was arrested and charged with her murder. He took authorities to her body, which he had hidden in a heavily wooded area. District Attorney Cheryl Lieck told 48 Hours in June 2018 that they never would have found Crystal’s body if they hadn’t been led straight to it.

During the trial, Steven’s defense claimed that the two argued and he strangled her in a heat-of-the-moment killing, but the jury saw things differently. They found him guilty of her murder and on June 12, 2019, sentenced him to 50 years in prison. According to the Texas Tribune, Steven is being held at the Anderson County, Texas prison known as the H.H. Coffield Unit. His projected release date is September 2067, but he will be eligible for parole in 2042.

Hurricane Harvey Made it Very Hard to Investigate Crystal’s Disappearance

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In August 2017, just as Hurricane Harvey was about to make landfall in Texas, McDowell was seen leaving her boyfriend Paul Hargrave’s house in Baytown, Texas, early in the morning on August 25. When she stopped responding to texts and calls, Crystal’s uncle Jeff contacted her ex-husband Steve, who claimed Crystal was supposed to have come to the house to pick up their two children, Madden and Maui, but she never showed up.

The local authorities began trying to locate Crystal, but when Hurricane Harvey hit the area, the investigation was thrown into chaos.

“It was horrible. The rain wouldn’t stop. It just would not stop. … We had deputies that were flooded out of their homes. One of our investigators lost his entire house. Our local Texas Ranger and his wife were flooded out of theirs,” said D.A. Lieck, adding that they still continued to search to Crystal as best they could.

When the floodwaters receded a few days later, Crystal’s flooded out Mercedes Benz was found in the parking lot of the Baytown Motel 6. Eventually, security footage from the motel showed Steve parking the car there and leaving. Later security footage caught Steve on camera putting something in a trash can at a local gas station, but the contents of the can could never be examined because they were washed away by the flood.

As authorities investigated further, they discovered that Steve and Crystal’s divorce had not been very amicable. Then just a few days before her death, Crystal uninvited Steve from a family cruise that her new boyfriend was attending, which investigators believe started Steve’s downward spiral.

Dateline NBC normally airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, though the June 5 episode aired at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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The University of Alabama Board of Trustees approved raises for several Alabama assistant football coaches on Wednesday, including an $850,000 increase for offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, who is now scheduled to make $2.5 million annually.

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The new deal ties Sarkisian with Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele as the highest-paid college football assistant this season. Sarkisian continues to have the benefit of a low-interest $500,000 loan that he will have to repay once his employment ends. 

Sarkisian and Steele are two of five college football assistants making more than $2 million this season. Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables ($2.4 million), LSU defensive coordinator Bo Pelini ($2.3 million) and Texas A&M defensive coordinator Mike Elko ($2.1 million) are the other three.

© Mickey Welsh Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian against Texas A&M at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas on Saturday October 12, 2019.

Contracts for new strength coaches Matt Rhea and David Ballou were also approved. Ballou will earn $500,000 in his first year, with Rhea earning $450,000. Both will receive $25,000 raises in their second year. 

Alabama special teams coordinator Jeff Banks received a one-year extension and a $75,000 raise to $725,000. Defensive coordinator Pete Golding received an extension and a $25,000 raise to $1.225 million.

New hire Freddie Roach received a three-year contract at $700,000 per year. Other assistants received one-year extensions and $25,000 increases.

The total compensation for the 10 Alabama football assistants this season is set to be $8.85 million, an increase of more than $1.3 million from last season. That figure is likely to be the highest payroll for an assistant coaching staff in college football.

The contract of head coach Nick Saban, which was extended in July 2018 and runs through 2025, was not on the agenda of this Board of Trustees meeting. 

Men’s basketball assistant coach Antoine Pettway received a one-year extension at $325,000. 

Alabama is not the only college football power where new coaching contracts or raises have been finalized in the past two weeks. Oklahoma finalized a new six-year contract with head coach Lincoln Riley last week. 

Contributing: Steve Berkowitz

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