In Atlanta, a young woman is found on the floor of an abandoned house, naked and strangled to death. As the investigation unfolds, further horrors are revealed and Detective Scott DeMeester must act fast before his suspect kills again.
A young woman is executed on a street corner, and Tulsa investigator Nathan Schilling discovers that her circle of friends may be hiding information about the murder. He must uncover their secret, before a killer goes free.
In Tulsa, a vicious assault on a crowded barbershop leaves multiple people wounded and an innocent barber dead. Detective John Brown delves deep into a dangerous world of gang violence to catch a killer on the loose with an AK47 assault rifle.
A welder has vanished under very suspicious circumstances and Tulsa homicide gets the case. Detective Matt Frazier and the rest of the team suspect foul play as they dive deep into the mystery surrounding the man's life.
In Tulsa, a young woman is killed in a drive by shooting, while her boyfriend--the apparent target of the shooting--walks away unscathed. Leatherman talks to a group of teenagers and delves into a long simmering feud to find her killer.
In Atlanta two men are ambushed at gunpoint and only one survives to tell the tale. A mother is found stabbed to death on the side of the road, but a wedding ring dropped at the scene could break the case.
When a Tulsa man is gunned down at the wheel of his car detectives turn to a passenger who saw it all. A 20-year-old man in New Orleans is shot down minutes after his mother gets a warning about the murder.
In Atlanta, a man is shot to death over a gambling dispute at an illegal after hours club. Detective Kevin Otts battles against a wall of silence as he tries to track down the killer before he strikes again. And in Tulsa, two young lovers are murdered in cold blood. As he unravels the case, Detective Justin Ritter is shocked to learn why.
In Cleveland, a young father is murdered in his car and detectives discover his friend may know who pulled the trigger. In Tulsa, the homicide team goes on the hunt for a shotgun wielding killer who tore a family apart.
In Tulsa, a young father is shot dead while visiting his son, and Detective Justin Ritter discovers the child's mother holds the key to the case. In Atlanta a home invasion leaves one teenager killed and two wounded, and Detective Summer Benton learns the shooting may have been a contract killing.
In New Orleans, a young mother is ambushed at home and shot at close range. Detective Rob Barrere's case depends solely on the eyewitness account of a four-year-old girl and leads to another brutal death.
In New Orleans, the day before Thanksgiving turns tragic when a woman is found stabbed to death and stuffed in a trash bin. Detective Bruce Brueggeman spends the holiday uncovering the victim's tragic downward spiral of addiction in search of her killer. In Atlanta, a mother finds her 25 year-old son stabbed and bleeding to death on the floor of their home. She says the victim's friend and girlfriend were both in the apartment at the time, but neither knows the victim died from his injury--a fact Detective Smith keeps hidden until he can unravel the truth.
In New Orleans a young father is cut down by a hail of bullets, when he and his friends are ambushed in a parked car. And in Atlanta, feuding households within the same apartment complex collide, leaving a promising boxer shot dead ... and his brother bent on revenge.
When a popular New Orleans hip-hop promoter is gunned down next to his limousine, the search for the killer leads Detective Clinton Givens to more than he bargained for; and in Tulsa, a friendly night of drinking at a senior center apartment complex leaves one man dead and another wounded. Detective Mark Kennedy must find a third man who was there to uncover what happened.
New Orleans homicide battles a wave of violence that has hit the Big Easy. Detective Travis Ward investigates the killing of a young man gunned down in a hail of bullets on the street. Six miles away, Detective Amy Robinson works the case of a man shot in cold blood behind a convenience store.
In Atlanta, a young father is gunned down in cold blood at an abandoned car wash. As Detective Dwayne Sutton starts to track down the shooter, he learns the trail may lead to the Bloods gang. And when a Gulf War veteran is found shot to death in a park, Detective Michael Young has to delve deep into a dangerous underworld to find out why.
In Dallas, a man is shot dead in his sleep, but when the homicide team learns the suspect could be his girlfriend they uncover a murderous past. Then, in Memphis, TN, Sergeants Bill Ashton and Caroline Mason hunt for the killer of a beloved neighborhood "Candy Lady", shot through her closed front door. From the projects of the city to the trailer parks of the countryside, they leave no stone unturned in their search for the elusive killer.
In Dallas, a father is murdered close to home and detectives need his neighbors to give them a lead. Then, when a deaf father of three is stabbed to death in his doorway, Det. William Brown must enter the silent world of the hearing-impaired. As he closes in on the potential killers, he gets shocking information that may link his suspects to an earlier unsolved murder.
In Memphis, Sgt. Kevin Lundy and his team investigate the murder of a 19-year-old man gunned down in the middle of a street. They soon find a witness whose story turns the investigation on its head. Then, in a remote area 20 miles east of Houston, a man walking in the woods discovers a startling sight--the remains of decomposed body hidden in the foliage. In one of his most challenging cases, Dep. Dennis Wolfford must first identify the body, before he can even begin unraveling the mystery of who to put it there.
In Memphis, Sergeant Caroline Mason investigates the murder of a young man outside of a liquor store. She uses all her interrogation kills and street smarts to find her suspect. In Miami, an elderly man is found duct-taped and beaten to death outside his house as his wife of forty years is asleep inside. Detectives have to find out whether the murder is a simple robbery, or a twisted act of retribution.
In New Orleans, a woman is executed in broad daylight, and Detective Chuck Ward discovers she may not be the killer’s first victim. But can he find a witness willing to step up before more blood is shed?
In Harris County, Deputy Russell Gonzales races the clock to track down the killer of an unidentified man found dead in a desolate field on the side of the road. It's an uphill battle for the team until a couple appears on the scene and breaks the case wide open. In Birmingham, Det. Jerry Williams and his team investigate the murder of a young man shot dead in an abandoned apartment. With little physical evidence, Williams must rely on witnesses to help him piece together the puzzle and find the killer.
In Dallas, Det. Phil Harding and his team respond to murder of a young mother of two, shot and left on the side of the road. When a tip comes in that the suspect is headed for Mexico, Dallas detectives enlist the help of the Travis County SWAT team and race to the border to catch the alleged killer before he flees the country. Then in Miami, Detectives TC Cepero and Fabio Sanchez respond to an apparent suicide. But an examination of the body leads them to suspect foul play.
After a number of women are murdered in East Cleveland, residents fear there may be a serial killer on the loose. When a grandmother is strangled and left to die on a vacant lot Detectives Bob Ford and Tom Armelli need to find out if her killing is related to the others. In Dallas, a young father is shot to death in his girlfriend's arms, in the back of his car. Detective Leo Gonzalez must find the killer before more bloodshed occurs.
In Cleveland, a man is found in a dark alley, shot multiple times and left for dead. Detectives Ray Diaz and Kathy Cruz put their lives on the line to untangle a web of lies and bring the killer to justice.
In Cleveland, after a beloved neighbor is murdered in his own home, Detective Art Echols is on the hunt for a killer who may be closer than he thinks. Then in Dallas, after a robbery that left one man dead and another severely wounded, Detective Steve David needs to track down two killers before they strike again.
In Dallas, a young father is shot dead outside a bar, and the killer is caught is caught on video. But can detectives find someone to ID him? Then, in Cleveland, a mother of six is gunned down on her birthday, leaving her family devastated and the homicide team desperate to figure out who pulled the trigger.
In Dallas, when a young father is gunned down in front of his house, Detective Steve David discovers that the victim had a secret that may have led to his murder. Then, in Cleveland, a mother is found strangled and burned in her kitchen.
In Cleveland, a man is gunned down at home in front of his family just a few days before Christmas. Detectives Tom Armelli and Bob Ford must delve into the dangerous business of drug dealing to hunt down the killers.
In New Orleans, a man is ambushed in front of his grandmother's house. Detectives Jeffrey Vappie and Tim Bender suspect a woman close to the victim may have arranged the shooting, but they need hard evidence to prove it--and quickly, before it's too late.
Miami Detectives Fernando Bosch and Rick Martinez are investigating the murder of a man shot dead on the street in the middle of the day. The victim's girlfriend was there and may know the identity of the killer.
In Kansas City, Missouri, a man is shot dead during a gun fight. Detective Everett Babcock has to unravel the mountain of ballistics evidence on the scene to solve the case. In Birmingham, lead Detective Henry Lucas is working the brutal stabbing of a young mother.
In Cincinnati, Dets. Doug Lindle and Matthew Thompson investigate the murder of a man shot outside his apartment. They learn that moments before the murder, the victim received a house call from a stranger.
In Cincinnati, Ohio a children's Peace Bowl football tournament is interrupted by gunfire, leaving a teenager dead. With no leads, Detectives Greg Gehring and Kurt Ballman hope a witness will come forward to lead them to a suspect.
In Cleveland, a young mother walking alone to work is viscously murdered and dumped in an abandoned house. As the community reels in shock at the horrific crime, Detectives Nate Sowa and Ray Diaz make a surprising discovery about the killer.
In Rochester, a man from a neighboring suburb is found shot to death on a city street. The Major Crimes Unit tries to piece together the last hours of the victim's life to discover what may have brought him there.
In Cleveland, a young father is executed in his home and his family is terrorized by masked gunmen. Detectives believe the victim's friend holds the key to finding the killers, but he's nowhere to be found.
Homicide detectives in a new city--New Orleans. First, a young man is executed, and detectives have nothing to go on, not even the victim's name. But the key to finding his killer may be right in front of them.
In Dallas, a young father is ambushed at a gas station and Detective Steve David needs to track down the killers, before the trail goes cold. Then in Miami, a beloved local rapper is gunned down at his car wash and Detectives suspect it was an inside job.
In Broward County, Florida, a highway shooting sends detectives on the hunt for a team of killers. Then in Dallas, a case of three friends executed outside a night club takes a turn when detectives discover it was caught on video.
In Dallas, a man is shot dead by a car thief and Detectives race to find the stolen vehicle before the killer gets away. And, in Cleveland, Detectives hunt for a witness to ID the shooter of young man robbed and killed outside a party.
In New Orleans, Detective Maggie Darling is on the hunt for the killers who gunned down a recent high school graduate. Then in Dallas, Detective Steve David races to identify a woman found shot and dumped on the side of the highway.
When a father is robbed and shot in the street, Cleveland Detective Kathy Cruz faces her first case as lead and discovers that her suspect is one of Ohio's most dangerous criminals. Then in New Orleans, Detective Justin Rice struggles to find a witness.
In Cleveland, the murder of an innocent store clerk is caught on tape, and when Detectives discover the suspects' violent history, they pull out all the stops to track down the gunmen before more blood is shed.
In New Orleans, when a mother of five is found bound and executed in a vacant lot, Detectives Mike McCleery and Bob Bachelder race to piece together the final hours of her life to catch her vicious killer--before he strikes again.
In Cleveland, a 14-year-old girl is killed at her birthday party when gunmen open fire on a crowd. With multiple shooters to track down, the homicide team races the clock to identify which people at the party were the killers.
In Harris County, a young father is carjacked and murdered outside his home. To find the killers, the homicide team needs to find the victim's car. And in Miami, a local musician is gunned down in the street and the hunt for answers leads close to home.
In Miami, a family is shattered when two teenage brothers are gunned down in their own backyard. Two surviving friends point Detective TC Cepero and his team in the direction of two desperate and dangerous gunmen on the run.
In Dallas, an unidentified girl is found brutally shot in a field. Detectives Scott Sayers and Esteban Montenegro discover that she may have been killed for her silence. Then in Cleveland, a young father is shot in the head trying to break up a fight.
In Cleveland, a man is shot dead in an empty courtyard. A mysterious 911 call leads Detectives Ignatius Sowa and Raymond Diaz on the hunt for an elusive killer. Then in Dallas, a 72-year-old grandmother is found beaten to death inside her home.
In Cleveland, when a teenager is shot down in the street, detectives discover his best friends may have something to do with the murder. In Harris County, a young woman set on fire clings to life as deputies race to find who left her for dead.
In Cleveland, when a young mother of three is gunned down in front her home, a neighborhood is paralyzed with fear by a suspect who has a reputation for killing at the slightest provocation. Det. Lem Griffin launches a cross-country hunt.
In Broward County, when a migrant worker is robbed and beaten to death, Dets. Valerian Perez and Kevin Forsberg must track down a vicious predator before he strikes again. Then, in Cleveland, a man is shot dead in broad daylight at a carwash.
In Dallas, an elderly woman is beaten and strangled in her home. When the victim's missing bank card starts being used detectives follow the trail hoping it will lead to her killer. In Cleveland, a 16-year-old honors student is found shot.
In Miami, a young father is gunned down after a night of gambling. Detective Emiliano Tamayo has to figure out who would have killed him over twenty dollars. Then in Dallas, a child's birthday party turns deadly.
In Dallas, a grandfather is robbed and murdered in his bedroom. Det. Scott Sayers has to figure out who would have bludgeoned him to death for a 26-inch TV. Then, Miami Det. Fignole Lubin investigates a drive-by in Overtown that left an innocent young woman dead. Police find a car riddled with bullets, but was its driver the shooter or another victim?
Dallas Detective Dwayne Thompson and the homicide team investigate the brutal double murders of two friends shot and burned beyond recognition in the trunk of a car. Will detectives be able to catch the killers before they strike again?
A massacre outside a corner store leaves two dead and two clinging to life. With no witnesses, Miami detectives hope the surviving victims live to tell who pulled the trigger. In Cleveland, a man is found strangled in his apartment.
A Cleveland man shot while driving his car sends detectives on a manhunt across four states to find his killer. In Miami, a man is gunned down in broad daylight but detectives have to rely on the tight-lipped citizens of Overtown to solve the murder.
In Harris County, Texas, a man is stabbed at a strip mall in the middle of the night. Sgt. Craig Clopton finds surveillance video of the murder, but it leaves him with more questions than answers. Then in Dallas, a young man is shot dead in his living room. It appears to be a burglary, until Det. Brian Tabor uncovers a more treacherous motive.
In Dallas, two men on their way to visit family meet a hail of bullets. The case takes a surprising turn when Det. Tim Stewart discovers what they may have been shot over. Then in Cleveland, a preacher is found strangled in his home.
In Miami, the homicide team investigates a triple shooting on a crowded bus that injured two and left a teenager dead. As detectives work the case, they discover that their victim was killed in an escalating street war.
In Miami, a man is gunned down on a quiet city sidewalk. A mysterious car leads detectives on the trail of a suspect with a violent past. Then in Cleveland, a young mother of five is found shot in her apartment.
In Birmingham, AL, an innocent man is shot and killed in crossfire from a shoot out that erupted at a friendly dice game. Detective Jerry Williams and his team must first locate the shooters involved and then decide who and what to believe from the conflicting interviews. And in Harris County, TX, Dep. Jason Brown and the Homicide Unit investigate the murder of a 17-year-old student, gunned down in a flea market parking lot that also left his 14-year-old cousin wounded. The trail heats up when Brown finds another student that was involved in the shooting and in the gang confrontation that precipitated it.
Miami detective, Fabio Sanchez and the homicide team investigate the murder of a man stabbed in the street. After piecing together the victims last moments, they realize they may have a vigilante on their hands.
In a quiet suburb of Birmingham, AL an unidentified man is found dead in an alley--the victim of a hit and run. On the scene detectives find a piece of the car that ran over the victim. With information obtained from the car part and a lead provided by an eye-witness detectives are left to uncover the identity of the victim and his killer. And, in DeKalb County, a 24-year-old man is shot to death in his apartment during a drug deal. When a canvas provides no clues detectives turn to the victim's cell phone to point them in the direction of the killer.
In Harris County, Deputy Abraham Alanis is working the homicide of a 69-year-old Navy veteran. When Alanis' first big break, surveillance video of the potential perpetrator, fails to show the suspect's face.
In Miami, a good Samaritan is shot dead while intervening in a robbery. Det. TC Cepero is forced to resort to a needle-in-a-haystack search for the getaway car, and for the homeless woman who may have seen the killer.
In Miami, the homicide Unit's Team five works the murder of a hard working janitor, brutally stabbed to death in his own apartment. With no witnesses, they must rely on clues gathered at the crime seen to help then identify and track down their suspect.
In Dekalb County Georgia, an out of state truck driver is found shot to death in the cab of his truck. Detectives working the case trace the victim's missing cell phone hoping it will lead them to the shooter.
In Miami, Det. Frank Sanchez responds to the murder of a retired Miami Police captain, shot in broad daylight at a marina on the Miami River. When initial leads run dry, Miami PD launches a massive investigation, tracking the alleged killer all the way to New Jersey.
In Harris County, TX a young man is days away from testifying as a witness in an aggravated assault case when he is suddenly gunned down near his home. As Sgt. Ron Hunter and the homicide team investigates, they learn the murder may have been part of an elaborate plan to keep the victim from getting on the stand.
In Charlotte, rookie Detective Norma McKee gets her first double-murder: a young couple shot in their car by a backseat passenger. Inside the vehicle, detectives find what may be a vital clue, a baseball hat that might contain the suspect's DNA.
In Charlotte, when a store clerk and father of three young children is shot in a robbery by a masked man, lead Detective David Osorio and his team interview witnesses and find that no one knows the shooter.
After a year with the gang unit, Detective Kevin Ruggiero returns to Miami Homicide, investigating a drive-by shooting that left two men dead. He has little to work with until he learns that one of the victims was a founder of a local gang.
When a fight at a Charlotte nightclub escalates to gunfire, an innocent bystander is killed in the crossfire. Detective Terry Brandon and his team are forced to pit brother against brother to solve the murder.
In Birmingham, Detectives Eric Torrence and Henry Lucas investigate the murder of a 31-year-old male found dead in a field. But with a tight-lipped community where street law is paramount, finding someone to talk is the team's biggest challenge.
Birmingham Detective Warren Cotton investigates the murder of three family members, including a 12-year-old girl, who were stabbed to death in their home and then burned. In Miami, Detective John and his team are working the shooting of a young man.
In Harris County, Sgt. Craig Clopton and his team investigate the murder of man killed by a single gunshot while being robbed. With little evidence on the scene, they must rely on an eyewitness to help them identify their suspects.
In Cincinnati, Detectives Matt Thompson and Doug Lindle are investigating the double homicide of a local hairdresser and his elderly neighbor, both stabbed to death and set on fire. When detectives discover that one of the victim's cars is missing.
When a twenty-nine-year-old man and his paralyzed mother are shot to death in their apartment, Louisville detective Kyle Willett is called to the west side of town to lead the case. As the investigation unfolds.
In Birmingham, Detectives Mike Allison and Cynthia Morrow investigate the tragic case of a mother shot in her car while her three young children sat in the back seat. As detectives close in on a suspect, they are stunned.
In Miami Sgt. Altarr Williams and detective Frankie Sanchez investigate the murder of Darrell Harrell, gunned down for trying to push a group of drug dealers out of Overtown. Months pass without a lead as the team tries everything.
When a 16-year-old boy is murdered at his family's roadside taco stand, Harris County investigator Sergeant Henry Palacios is faced with one of the most tragic cases he has ever seen. Palacios is hot on the trail of his suspect, when another shooting turns the case on its head.
In Harris County, Deputy Jason Brown is called out on Easter Sunday to investigate the brutal shooting of a woman who was a school bus driver and mother of two. Meanwhile, Harris County Sergeant Sidney Miller takes on the murder of a young father.
In Louisville rookie homicide detective Collin King is assigned his first case when an unidentified man is found dead near a railroad track. With no witnesses King tries to uncover a lead from the victim's friends and family.
In Birmingham, Det. Chris Anderson works to unravel the mystery of a motorcycle club president shot in the head after being run off the road. And Louisville Det. Corey Cadwell races against the clock to catch the killer.
In Louisville, rookie detective Kristen Downs is trying to untangle a love triangle that turned deadly. And in Dallas, lead detective Scott Sayers and his team must piece together what happened inside a car that left the driver dead.
In Louisville, a 33-year-old woman collapses in the street after being stabbed multiple times. When detectives arrive at the crime scene there's a startling discovery--they're familiar with the victim.
In Birmingham, Detective Chris Anderson and the homicide team investigate the brutal murder of a young woman shot to death in a park in the middle of the day. Detectives must first discover the identity of the victim.
In Harris County, Sgt. Roger Wedgeworth investigates the gruesome murder of a homeless man found stabbed to death along Interstate 45. Without any witnesses or a motive, investigators race to find a suspect before the case goes cold.
In Louisville, Det. Carl Payne and the homicide team investigate the murder of a young man shot to death in the middle of the street in broad daylight. When a witness leads Payne to a suspect with one eye, he is surprised.
In Louisville, a sleeping family awakens to a barrage of bullets from a machine gun, leaving two young boys injured and a teenager dead. With no eyewitnesses, Detective Mickey Cohn must resort to old-fashioned detective work.
In Memphis, Sgt. Connie Justice investigates the homicide of a man found bludgeoned to death in his apartment. With no witnesses to the crime, Justice must rely on the physical evidence from the victim's apartment to track down her suspect.
In Dallas, two teenaged boys are shot outside a nightclub--one is critically wounded, the other is left in a coma. As Det. Eddie Ibarra puts the pieces of the case together, he is temporarily pulled away.
In Dallas, Det. Rick Duggan investigates the murder of a young man shot in the backseat of his friend's car. While scouring the crime scene, Duggan finds an interesting lead--mail. He hopes this clue will lead him to the killer.
In Minneapolis, a young man is robbed and killed while meeting up with a girl he met earlier on a bus. Sgts. Christopher Gaiters and Robert Dale need to find out if the murder was a random act of violence or if the girl the victim just met, set him up.
In Louisville, a Sudanese man who fled genocide in Darfur is shot to death while working in his clothing store. When the store's surveillance video fails to identify the suspects, Det. Rick Arnold must hit the streets and pursue every possible lead.
Miami Sgt. Armando Aguilar and Det. Leo Tapanes are assigned the homicide case of a 20-year-old Rastafarian, shot and robbed on Christmas Day. Surveillance footage and leads from the Rastafarian community help the detectives identify three suspects.
In Birmingham, Detectives Jerry Williams and Chris Anderson investigate the murder of man found dead in the back of his burning pick-up truck. With most of the physical evidence destroyed, detectives must track down the people who were last seen.
In Cincinnati, a teenager watching a street fight is killed by a stray bullet. With little to go on, veteran homicide Detective Bob Randolph must piece together the truth behind who pulled the trigger.
In Miami, a recent high-school graduate is gunned down and left to die in his father's arms. It's up to Sgt. Eunice Cooper and her team to track down the suspects, two teens who fled the scene on bicycles.
In Dallas, a man is shot to death while trying to protect a friend outside a crowded nightclub. With little physical evidence to go on, Detective Robert Quirk must convince reluctant witnesses to tell him who pulled the trigger.
In Detroit, Officer Anthony Wright Jr. is investigating the death of a man found shot behind an abandoned house. Then Wright learns that just minutes after the homicide there had been a second shooting--and it's on tape.
In Dallas, Detective Phil Harding investigates a brutal shooting in a motel parking lot that killed a 22-year-old and injured two of his friends. The surviving victims are the only ones who can identify the suspects.
In Miami, Detective Ervens Ford is called to a shooting in a Little Haiti cafe. Witnesses say it was a robbery gone bad. But just as Ford and his team close in on their suspects, the team gets assigned to a second homicide investigation.
In Kansas City, Missouri, a young man is found dead in the middle of an apartment complex. With no leads or witnesses, Detective Ed Begley is hoping the victim's cell phone can help him find the killer.
In Detroit, a double shooting in a vacant lot leads Lt. John Morell and Sgt. LaNesha Jones to an unlikely suspect--a 61 year old man. And in Dallas, Det. Eddie Ibarra must unravel the complex life of a victim riddled with bullets.
In Miami, Detective Manny Castillo is investigating a brutal double homicide. The key to the case could be a surviving third victim, who is clinging to life after being shot multiple times. In Dallas, detective PE Jones faces the ultimate whodunit.