In a densely wooded lot, a body is found burnt beyond recognition. Through the autopsy and interviews, Detective Mannina makes an ID. But rather than simplifying the case, the discovery poses even more challenges. Will police uncover the truth?
A young vocational school student is shot in the front yard of his friends house, and while there are number of people who were around when the shooting occurred none want to cooperate with the investigation when they are first confronted about this incident. While this young man was said to have no enemies in the neighborhood the autopsy results yield some surprising results and sends the investigation in another direction. And it leads to a surprising suspect
Police are called to investigate multiple gunshots. A man is found sitting in a car with multiple gun shot wounds and there is evidence of more then one gun. There are no witnesses and little in the way of forensic evidence. This investigation spans several days.
A man is shot on Indy's east side. Since the girlfriend was an eyewitness, Detective Tom Tudor hopes she's able to provide useful information. She seems reliable until she gets a call from an unknown ID saying 'I hope you're keeping your mouth shut.'
A Mexican family has a small cooking fire in their apartment. The husband plans to repair the damage himself; in the mean time the caretaker for the apartment complex (also a Mexican) confronts the man in the grocery. The man feeling threatened called his family for help. When his family arrived the caretaker and his brother opened fire. When police arrived they were left with a confusing crime scene.