"This money's going to feed a lot of poor Mexican children!" announces Byron Chubbuck, before fleeing, the Wells Fargo Bank in Albuquerque, NM on August 10, 1999. Days before Christmas 2000, Chubbuck escapes from a prison only to go on a robbing
On July 4, 1987, seven inmates broke out of a high-security prison in New Mexico. The daring escape was orchestrated by convicted murdered William Wayne Gilbert, who was serving a life sentence. In a dangerous manhunt and race against time, authorities and scientists used the Bureau's crime laboratory to catch these dangerous criminals.
Dartmouth Professors Susanne and Half Zantop are mysteriously found murdered in their quaint New Hampshire home. Colleagues confirm that the couple was very well liked. With no trace of forced entry the FBI Behavioral Science Unit investigates the crime.
A series of bizarre shootings terrorized the small town of East Point, Georgia and left two people dead and two others critically wounded. As the body count climbed, the killer taunted law enforcement with mysterious notes. FBI agents believed the shooter would continue until he was dead or behind bars.
FBI agents and local police track a gang of robbers who specialize in armored car take-downs. As the robberies grow more violent, agents launch a complex sting to trap a deadly ring of thieves and shut down their dangerous operation.
In the early 1990s, a gang based in the U.S. Virgin Islands smuggled large amounts of cocaine into mainland America. Police and federal agents targeted the violent group, but its leader remained a mystery. In an investigation spanning from Georgia to South America, police, the DEA and the FBI worked together to take down this dangerous drug ring.