But they use the scattered forensic and physical evidence to determine her identity and crack the case; an year-old is shot in the head as a party of hundreds of high school students is breaking up.
In an intriguing development, there is a report of another non-fatal shooting that took place nearby, where the victim also described the shooter as a black male in a ski mask. At first, they don't even know if she was murdered. No one in the vicinity saw anything, but detectives quickly learn that an ongoing war over drug turf has recently paralyzed the neighborhood.
Along with forensic anthropologist Laura Fulginiti, they work to determine who the mystery woman is. The investigation le straight-talking veteran detective Ervens Ford and his wise-ass rookie partner Kevin Ruggiero down a shady path of halfway houses, strip clubs, and misguided wealth.
Witnesses describe the shooter as a black male in a ski mask. Season 2 [ edit ].
A man, shot at least a dozen times assassination-style, straddles a doorway in one of the city's roughest areas. The pressure is on as the detectives meticulously backtrack the victim's last steps, trying to nail down a solid lead before their trail runs cold. But despite a motive, the girlfriend is not the shooter and it's up to Detective Tom Kulesa to unravel the mystery; when a young father is dragged screaming from his bed in the middle of the night and gunned down in his doorway, Detective Mike Polk must separate the facts from the fiction in the witnesses' stories before the killers' trail grows cold.
They must track down reluctant witnesses deep in the narcotics game before their killer has a chance to get away. With just hours to work groce, Morin's team must move fast to land a suspect before the killer slips away; the son of a celebrated neurosurgeon is discovered near dawn, shot to death along the railroad tracks in the Overtown neighborhood.
Because the teen is not expected to survive, homicide detectives Sandy Rodriguez and Tom Kulesa are called to the scene. Rodriguez and Kulesa must determine if the two events are related, who would have been after the victim and why.