In Cleveland, OH, a frantic call comes in to 911 from a parking lot. Police respond and find a woman on the ground, shot dead.
Lead Detective David Borden started out as a patrol officer in the 4th District and joined Homicide one year ago.
Det. Borden will be working this case with Detective Rhonda Gray.
"Did she just die on her birthday?" Det. Rhonda Gray is shocked when responding officers tell her the victim was out celebrating her birthday earlier that evening.
Detectives process the victim's vehicle and discover that it was hit three times.
On the floor of the vehicle, detectives recover the bullet they believe killed the victim.
One mile down the road, in front of the bar where the shooting took place, detectives recover four spent casings.
In Dallas, Detective Paul Ellzey watches surveillance footage of a shooting with Det. Tim Stewart and the rest of his team.
The next day, Det. Stewart gets the victim's phone, but it is too damaged to process for phone records.
Luckily, the victim's family is able to give Det. Stewart the victim's phone records. Stewart hopes that one number that appears frequently might provide a lead.
"This is the nervous part, man," comments Det. Tim Stewart as he waits to see if his eyewitness can ID a possible suspect from a line-up. "The moment of truth."
Acting on a Be-On-The-Lookout (BOLO) that Det. Borden put out earlier, Cleveland Patrol units stop a suspicious looking car.
While searching the car, Detective James Raynard makes a surprising discovery under the hood.