911 Recap: Season 6 Episode 3 – Tanya Kingston’s Murder Explained

The Monday episode of 9-1-1 closed the book on a tragic story from Athena’s past – one she didn’t even know was left unwritten. (Alexa, play Natasha Bedingfield.)

After Bobby and Junior discovered the body of young Tanya Kingston under the Grants’ home, local authorities immediately began circling Athena’s father’s hospital room like vultures. When they specifically ordered Athena not to play cop, she had no choice but to disobey those orders. And she hit hard.

Bobby and Athena’s first stop was Tanya’s childhood home, where her adult sister Joanne greeted them with a loaded gun. However, as tensions subsided, Joanne recalled the night her sister disappeared and admitted that Tanya had followed her to a campfire – a detail she conveniently omitted from her original statement.

Armed with this new information, one only had to put a few pieces of the puzzle together to conclude that Junior was the person responsible for Tanya’s death; When she refused his advances, he followed her into the orange grove, where he pursued her and ended her life. How Tanya’s remains found their way under the Grants’ home, it was explained that Junior’s father – who felt it was his sworn duty to protect his son at all costs – encased her body in the cement after attempting to seal the body erode.

First a car accident, now all this? Bobby and Athena need to get out of Florida as soon as possible.

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