Ray Summers completes a five-year prison sentence for the armed theft of the Proctor Lumber Company's payroll and is released. He is met by his wife Ginny, who has managed well and wants Ray to return the money so that they can begin life anew. Ray agrees and notifies Mr. Gordon, the lumber company's supervisor, of his intentions. When Ray and Ginny travel to their small mountain cabin to retrieve the money, they are tailed by Ray's former partner Frank Brimmer and Brimmer's new partner Sandy Hopak. Brimmer and Hopak plan to allow Ray and Ginny to lead them to wherever the money is hidden, then take it from them by force. They are unaware that Gordon (who was unsure of Ray's true intentions) has already notified Dan Mathews and that Ray and Ginny are under precautionary surveillance by Dan and his officers. Dan arrives at the cabin in time to see Brimmer take the money from Ray and Ginny at gunpoint, and Brimmer is forced to flee on foot down the rough mountain trail, with Dan in ... Written by
The narration in this episode advises the viewer that Ray Summers served a two-year sentence, but in one of his conversations with Ginny, Ray talks about having served a five-year sentence. See more »
One of the functions off the Highway Patrol is the safeguarding of the public highways, for all kinds of carriers, all types of people. On march 23rd, a bus was carrying Ray Summers home from state prison, where he had served a sentence for armed robbery, first offense. Unknown to Summers, the bus was being trailed by Frank Brimmer, his ex-partner, who had not been caught in the robbery, and Brimmer's new partner, Sandy Hopak. An anxious wife in the town of Fairlane waited ...
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