2019 12 10 13 00
A quiet neighborhood ignites into a war zone as a gun battle breaks out at night.Ê Chaos ensues as neighbors duck for cover from the barrage of bullets flying back and forth.Ê The next morning, veteran detectives Walley Everett and Mike Smith discover a young father of two lying dead inside his bedroom.ÊÊÊBut no one knows why.ÊTo get to the truth and to catch the killer, detectives must rely on forensic science to uncover the secrets that lay hidden in a single bullet.Ê
2019 12 10 14 00
In Plain Sight
In broad daylight, a young man is shot dead in his own front yard. Investigators Gary Galetta and Glenn Weather question witnesses who saw the murder, but no one can identify a suspect. A store clerk appears to have knowledge of the shooting before it happened Ð could he be the killer? The team uncovers evidence the victim may have been selling loose cigarettes in the neighborhood, but that does not seem like enough of a motive for a murder. It will take ballistic analysis and a careful review of leads - from cell records to surveillance tape - to lead investigators to the killer.
2019 12 10 15 00
Early one January morning, four masked men invade a Cleveland home, robbing the inhabitants at gunpoint. But the burglary doesnÕt go as planned and one of the intruders is shot to death. When they arrive on scene, Detectives Hank Veverka and Kathleen Carlin already have more than a dozen potential suspects. Did one of the homeowners shoot the victim in self-defense Ð or did one of his own men pull the trigger? Using ballistics, DNA testing and fingerprint evidence, the detectives race to narrow down their suspect pool and catch the killer.
2019 12 17 13 00
In a suburban neighborhood of Cleveland, gunshots ring out in the middle of the night, and a young male is found dead on the front porch of his own house. Detectives Tom Armelli and Joe Chojnowski learn from the vicitmÕs girlfriend that a visit by friends that evening quickly turned violent. Was this a home invasion? Or, a friendly fight taken too far? To discover the truth, detectives must rely on their strongest piece of evidence, a cooking pan. Will this pan hold the recipe to catch the killer? Forensic science and diligent detective work are the crucial ingredients needed to break this case.
2019 12 17 14 00
Detectives Tim Entenok and Tom Armelli are called to the scene of a grizzly family shooting. Two adults and three young children have been killed. Detectives work their way through spent bullets, shell casings, and other evidence at the scene, including two firearms, to piece together what happened and discover what led to this violent family massacre. Was it the result of a home invasion or a domestic dispute? And where is the missing upstairs neighbor? Detectives send all available officers into the dark night to find a violent, brutal killer before he can cause more devastation.
2019 12 17 15 00
Welcome to Homicide
On a hot summer day in Richmond, Detective Shane Waite is called to a local apartment complex where there is believed to be a dead body inside the trunk of a car. Waite discovers a bound murder victim stuffed in the trunk of the car.Ê Detective Waite theorizes that the murder victim was killed at another location and transported to the apartment complex.Ê With no witnesses and no original crime scene, the detective has to rely heavily on the forensic evidence gathered from the victim's body.Ê The only other piece of physical evidence is the victim's car.Ê Detective Waite has forensic tech Detective Faith Flippo test the vehicle for blood, DNA, and anything else that might help identify the killer.Ê A break in the case occurs when Detective Waite receives a 911 call from a witness who said he that heard two gunshots the night of the murder at his apartment complex and saw two men entering the building.