After her services are solicited to help a pair of brothers implicated to varying degrees in a robbery-turned-attempted-murder, Detective Casey Jones becomes suspicious of the wonky information and alibis surrounding the brothers and their connection to the crime.
Casey takes a job as a factory file clerk in order to investigate a suspicious fire. Evidence points to a secretary with a history of mental illness, but Casey suspects that an arson ring may be responsible.
After a man is shot to death in the park, it is determined the bullets came from a gun he had given to his fiancée. Her pet Daschund was also seen at the crime scene. An employee of the victim picks her out of a line up as well, but Casey suspects a frame up.
A psychotic husband has his wife shot by an innocent woman who thinks she's simply taking a photograph with an odd camera. He then goes to hide out at a hunting lodge in the mountains. Fearing he'll take the other hunters hostage, Casey goes undercover as a tourist to smoke him out.
Casey gets involved in the lives of a woman and her daughter when they receive a series of threatening phone calls. The situation takes a strange turn when the young woman marries the man who makes the calls.
Casey goes undercover to recover a stolen ruby necklace before it can be fenced. Her investigation leads to an ex-convict who is inadvertently leading his teenage son into a life of crime because of the youngster's love for his father.
Newly arrived in New York, a young Puerto Rican man is arrested for robbery and assault. He claims to have been with two women at the time of the theft, but one won't identify him and the other can't be found.
A career soldier returns home from war to reclaim his wife and son from who he has been separated from since before their child's birth. Casey Jones takes the case to figure out to whom custody belongs, what illegalities have been committed, and to who this woman is rightfully married.
Struggling artist becomes obsessed with Van Gogh, dressing like him and painting like him. When he is innocently coaxed into illegally copying a Van Gogh original, Casey, investigating the sale of the forgery, must find out who hired him.
When a roll of blank parimutuel tickets are stolen from a race track, Casey attempts to convince the gang responsible that she's a cop on the take who can help them pass the counterfeit ducats through crooks she's blackmailing.
Casey's visit to a girl she arrested and later befriended takes a turn into the macabre when she discovers the girl's brutal father dead. The girl claims to have shot him, but Casey isn't so sure she believes her.