Detective Jaime Baynes is called to the scene of a possible homicide. After interviewing a few witnesses, Baynes learns the victim ran 100 yards, coughing up blood along the way. He banged on a couple of doors crying for help, before falling on his back and dying in the grass. In his death grip is a folded-up dollar bill with methamphetamine inside. The medical examiner finds a bullet from a small caliber 25 mm gun had ricocheted around in his body, causing internal bleeding. At the crime scene, where detectives believe the shooting occurred, no shell casings are found. With no suspects or leads, the forensic team tests the methamphetamine for a unique chemical formula, which may lead them to the neighborhood that produced the drugs. Hopefully the drugs' formula and the signature way the drugs were wrapped in the dollar bill, can lead detectives to the source and a possible suspect.