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.
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, Detective Maggie Darling is on the hunt for the killers who gunned down a recent high school graduate.
In New Orleans, the brutal murder of a mother and her two children sends Detective Darrell Doucette on the hunt for a suspect the victims may have known.
For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the moment they are called into a murder investigation, and their chances of solving the case are cut in half if they can't get a lead in the first 48 hours. Follow detectives from the nation's top police departments as these critical hours unfold in real time, and get behind the police tape as these shrewd detectives work their toughest new cases, interrogate their most resistant suspects, and battle the laws of the street.
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.
When a bullied teen is gunned down outside a public library, Cleveland Detectives are shocked to discover the motive behind this senseless attack.
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 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.
When an expectant father is found bound and burned in a creek bed, Dallas Det. Scott Sayers must unravel a deadly robbery plot, to identify his suspects and bring them to justice.
Dallas Detective Dwayne Thompson hunts for a band of carjacking killers that are terrorizing a neighborhood. And in Cleveland, an argument among friends spins out of control when one of them makes a deadly decision.
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, for Detectives Kathleen Carlin and Tim Entenok, friends are the key to solving the murder of a father shot in the back. And in Dallas, can a surprising lead help Detective Brian Tabor catch up to the killer of an elderly man?
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.
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.
In Dallas, a well loved man is discovered in his apartment on a bed of broken glass. With only fragments of clues the homicide team zeros in on a suspect, but nothing is what it seems.
Miami Crime Scene tries to recover fingerprints from a burned out car which proves to be difficult.
Cleveland Det. Kathleen Carlin asks the Ballistics Unit to test fire a gun to see if it was the gun used in her murder.
When surveillance footage is the key piece of evidence, will speculation about the footage cause the alleged killers to walk free?
"While Miami Detectives are investigating a crime scene, the neighbor arrives home. Detectives are shocked by what she has to say. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Det. Tamayo recounts his experience in Miami and how the city developed dangerous areas.
Cleveland Detectives Tom Armelli and Bob Ford decide to ditch the donut shop and go pick their own snack.
Det. Steve David heads out to the scene where the victim was last seen alive to see if he can get surveillance video of his suspect.
Adriana Johnson was only 10 years old when her parents were gunned down in front of her in Miami. Adriana, now 16, describes what happened that day. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Birmingham CSU search the suspect's car for evidence.
Shani Kilpatrick talks about the pain and difficulty in trying to move on after the loss of her daughter Amber.
"Hoping to learn more about the crime, Det. Dwayne Thompson takes the victim's friend back to the scene of the crime. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Det. Emiliano Tamayo visits the Medical Examiner s office to determine if the victim was shot execution-style.
Kimberlee Stephenson reflects on the loss of her nephew's life at the hands of his childhood friend.
At 11:00 PM, Dallas Detectives share a cup of coffee and a few laughs with the Judge when they learn they forgot the warrant they needed him to sign.
Even though Dallas Detective Ken Penrod has retired, his unique and successful interview techniques continue to inspire others. Take a look as some of the Detectives reflect back on what they learned.
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