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Steve Croes (search), a fourth suspect in the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway, appears in court Monday as an Aruban judge decides whether there is enough probable cause to hold him for eight more days. Team FOX is live in Aruba with the latest.

Then, have Aruban authorities already botched the investigation? Mike Mordaga, Chief of Detectives at the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office, and Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst, weigh in.

And, some say victims of identity theft should be allowed to freeze their credit reports, barring lenders and other companies from reviewing their history. But is freezing your credit really going to safeguard your identification? We'll ask Lea Goldman, staff writer for Forbes magazine.

Plus, Dean Arthur Schwartzmiller (search) has served 12 years for child abuse — but never registered as a sex offender. Now a search of his home in a new case turned up notebooks detailing more than 36,000 sexual encounters with children. He coached youth football and even moved in with another convicted sex offender. So how does a person like this slip through the cracks? Former California prosecutor Steven Clark weighs in.

These stories and much more. Don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!

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