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Watch: Special screening and panel discussion on 'Locked Inside,' a 12News I-Team documentary

The documentary digs into a subject that doesn’t often get this type of careful in-depth attention in the mainstream: mental health and care for those who need help.
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PHOENIX — It’s a big mystery with police reports, crime scenes and mounting evidence. But this isn’t your run-of-the-mill true-crime story. 

“Locked Inside,” a 12News I-Team documentary, follows the harrowing and heartbreaking story of Christopher Lambeth and those who crossed his path along the way. The documentary digs into a subject that doesn’t often get this type of careful in-depth attention in the mainstream: mental health and care for those who need help.

You can find the podcast version of the documentary wherever you listen to podcasts. Listen to the 12News Locked Inside podcast on Apple and Spotify.

You can also watch the special screening and panel discussion in the video player below.

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Meet the panel

Mark Curtis anchors 12News at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. Mark has been part of Team 12 for more than two decades. He is a decorated journalist, and has won 13 Emmys, a Murrow, and two AP awards for Best Anchor over the course of his career. Over the course of his career, he’s covered many major stories, including two World Series and five different Olympic Games, including Sochi. Mark has been closely involved with 12 News’ political coverage as well, from Presidential primaries all the way through to inaugurations. 

Felicitas Köster, D.O., F.A.P.A., is a psychiatrist in Phoenix, Arizona, affiliated with Valleywise Health. She is board certified in both adult and forensic psychiatry. Dr. Köster is an Assistant Professor affiliated faculty of Creighton University, School of Medicine and has a volunteer faculty appointment with Mayo School of Medicine. She specializes in community psychiatry, including the treatment of persons with severe mental illness, and forensic psychiatry. 

Will Humble is the Executive Director for the Arizona Public Health Association. His 35 years in public health included more than 2 decades at the Arizona Department of Health Services, where he served in various capacities including as the Agency Director from 2009 to 2015. Humble promotes evidence-based health policy as a means to improve health outcomes. 

Katie Wilcox is the Investigative Executive Producer at 12 News in Phoenix where she oversees the I-Team and 12 News special projects. Prior to joining 12 News in 2019, Katie was a data journalist at 9NEWS in Denver where her work uncovering mistakes and fraudulent medical billing practices earned her 2018 National Edward R. Murrow and Investigative Reporters and Editors Award. Wilcox’s work in data-driven and investigative journalism has prompted changes in state laws, led to at least one criminal indictment and earned her numerous reporting awards including 13 Regional Emmys. 

Erica Stapleton is an investigative journalist at 12 News. Her work typically focuses on crime and justice and the broad range of people impacted by these systems. Notable coverage includes the infamous Lori Vallow Daybell case and Emmy-Award-winning true crime documentary Dark Side, which exposes “incel” culture at the root of an Arizona mass shooting incident. She’s also the host and creator of Locked Inside, an investigative true crime podcast series that exposes gaps in Arizona’s mental healthcare system in the wake of a group home murder case.

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