In this mock-documentary parody of TV crime shows, it’s “Spinal Tap” meets “American Justice”. Bobby Ray Summers (played by Don Puglisi, Taking Woodstock, Life on Mars) is a 30-year-old unmarried janitor with more on his mind than mops. Sure, he’s a total loser who lives with his parents, but he also makes the most of his ample spare time by kidnapping sexy young librarians and tying lonely housewives to trees. Oh, he also likes Mozart, art museums, and torturing small birds and rodents. Through interviews with Ray’s family, his victims, and delightfully cheesy re enactments, we’re given the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but. In the end, “Crime Scene: The Bobby Ray Summers Story” is a Python-esque view of American criminal justice at its most hilarious.