Detroit 1-8-7 Episode Guides
Detectives Washington and Fitch look into the murder of a woman at a pharmacy and some stolen oxycontin. Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan investigate the homicide of an attorney, which ends up being connected to the pharmacy killing. Ultimately, the detectives have to deal with a hostage standoff situation involving the killer's two young children.
A local football star is murdered and the community is angry. To add to the mayhem, the prime suspect is the athlete's brother. Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan investigate the unusual disappearance of a groom during his wedding reception on a party boat.
Nobody's Home/Unknown Soldier
Fitch & Washington and Longford & Majahan work on a seemingly straightforward break-in/homicide case. The detectives find that the victim was outspoken against property developers in her neighborhood, which may have played a role in her murder. Meanwhile, Stone and Sanchez investigate the murder of a teenager and the attempted murder of his veteran father. Their investigation leads them into a deadly vintage car scam.
Royal Bubbles/Needle Drop
Fitch & Washington and Stone & Sanchez investigate a gruesome homicide of a car wash owner. They eventually discover there were illegal dealings happening in the car wash and the victim's wife is now in danger. Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan find a young potential hip-hop star dead and their investigation leads to rivals and a secret life.
Murder in Greektown/High School Confidential
A teenage girl is killed at the same high school Lt. Mason's daughter attends, and she ends up knowing who the perpetrator is. Meanwhile, the son of a prominent defense attorney is murdered late at night at a restaurant, and the killing may be linked to the owner's attempt at insurance fraud.
Lost Child/Murder 101
Fitch, Washington, Stone and Sanchez are on the case when a young woman is shot multiple times in her car while hiding a terrified two-year-old in the back. The case runs between the woman's ex-husband to a possible manipulation of the foster care system. Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan investigate the murder of a college janitor.
Broken Engagement / Trashman
Stone, Sanchez, and Fitch investigate the murder of a successful tech executive. Also, Longford and Washington delve into the murder of a young drug dealer who was found in a trash can. Meanwhile, Mahajan has to scour Detroit for a key eyewitness who needs to testify against a murderous skinhead.
Déjà vu / All In
Fitch, Washington, and Sanchez investigate the murder of a missing teen who was running drugs with his friends from Canada. The investigation also leads the detectives down memory lane when they find ties to an old Detroit mob. Meanwhile, Longford and Majahan get into the high stakes poker scene when they look into the murder of a cheating player who was trying to amass money for his daughter's medical bills.
Longford, Mahajan, Stone and Sanchez investigate the murder of a wealthy former auto executive. Meanwhile, Fitch, Washington, and Mason have the sad task of looking into the drive-by shooting of an 11 year old boy.
Longford and Mahajan are amazed when they discover the remains of two bodies that have been in a bomb shelter for more than four decades. They have to delve into the prejudices of the city and gain insight from Longford's retired policeman father to figure out the case. Meanwhile, Fitch, Washington, Stone, and Sanchez investigate the brutal murder of a young illegal immigrant pregnant woman whose baby was cut out of her stomach.
The squad investigates the murder of a movie star who was in town to shoot in Detroit. Meanwhile, Longford, Mahajan, Stone, and Sanchez are dumbfounded when they find a homeless man frozen in a block of ice.
Key to the City
During Longford's surprise retirement party, the group learns that an assistant prosecutor has been murdered. Since she helped put criminals behind bars, the detectives have to contend with a long list of potential suspects, although they learn of a possible investigation involving Fitch's old enemy that may be related to her killing.
Road to Nowhere
Fitch is suspected of murder when the corrupt Detroit philanthropist (and target of Fitch's obsession) Henry Malloy turns up dead. While being investigated by the FBI about the killing, Fitch investigates three murder victims on a public bus with thousands of dollars floating in the breeze around the crime scene. Fitch and his colleagues soon find the murders and the cash are linked to the kidnapping of a little girl.
Fitch, Washington, Stone, and Sanchez investigate the death of a prominent boxer's fiancé, and they try to find out who might profit from her death. Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan face a moral quandary when they find out a death that was declared a homicide five years ago was actually a suicide and the deceased's family might not get to keep the insurance money.
When Longford and Mahajan are assigned the case of a woman bludgeoned to death, they're in for a few surprises. Upon further inspection, they discover that she was a he, a prominent drag queen in Detroit's drag circuit. Ardent admirers and jealous divas are among the likely suspects as the detectives explore the public and private sides of the victim's life. Elsewhere in Detroit, Fitch and Washington investigate an ex-con's confession that he killed two rival gang members in self-defense. Here too, things are not quite as they seem: There's a secret that the shooter isn't revealing, and it extends the case well beyond gang rivalry. Finally, a mysterious woman from Stone's past reappears just in time to complicate his budding relationship with Sanchez.
Stone has to work with a former rival from his undercover days when an investigation into the death of a college girl spirals out into a larger crime circle that involves drug runners and politicians. Sanchez worries about Stone's junkie ex-girlfriend.
Motor City Blues
After Stone's shooting, Fitch works on reconnecting with his young son, Longford pushes forward with his retirement, and Washington gives some much needed attention to his new family. Longford and Mahajan look into the complicated case of a graffiti artist's murder.
Fitch is confronted and threatened by his old enemy, Albert Stram, who is the reason Fitch left New York for Detroit. When the mass murder of a family is tied to Stram, Fitch delicately balances the task of protecting his own family while gearing up to take down the culprit. Also, Longford starts to question whether or not he should retire.
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