Aaron Sam Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Cold Justice, Career, Net Worth
Aaron Sam Biography
This is what you need to know about Aaron Sam an American Detective and TV personality, best known as a cast member of the reality TV show Cold Justice.
Aaron Sam Age
Sam is yet to reveal his date and year of birth. As of now, his age is not yet known.
Aaron Sam Wife
Sam is a happily married man to his loving Wife, Johnson. The couple tied the knot in 2012. Samantha Louise Taylor-Johnson OBE is a British filmmaker and photographer. Her directorial feature film debut came in 2009 with Nowhere Boy, a film based on the childhood experiences of the Beatles songwriter and singer John Lennon. She is one of a group of artists known as the Young British Artists.
Aaron Sam Net worth
Sam has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100-$1K U.S dollars.
Aaron Sam Height
His height measurement is not available.
Aaron Sam Career
Sam has been a homicide and violent crimes detective for the West Palm Beach Police Department for over 12 years. He has also been an officer for the West Palm Beach Police Department for 18 years.
While with the West Palm Beach Police Department, he has investigated more than 200 deaths and homicides, with a share of unsolved ones. He has one case that he and other detectives feared would not be solved. He says the case took nearly four years, for an arrest to be made.
Sam won the Investigator of the Year award in 2008 (federal) and 2011 (West Palm Beach Police Department). Later in 2012, he received the ASIS Criminal Investigation Team of the Year.
Aaron Sam Cold Justice
Sam first got involved with the Cold Justice show after attending a conference where Kelly Siegler and a former Texas prosecutor, spoke. At that time he talked with a former colleague about one of his cases and wondered if Kelly and her team could help.
He finally got a chance to work with the Cold Justice team which he describes as “windshield wipers”.
Sam says he is very thankful to be cast in this season of Cold Justice. ” It’s very eye-opening, very enlightening to work with other departments and other detectives.
“Best thing to know is there are other hardworking (investigators) out there who work just as hard as you and reach the same problems and barriers,” he said. ” I hope that people understand that these are real cases. That this is real life.