One unsolved homicide has followed Demery for his entire life. That case helped build the foundation for his brightest ambitions and haunted his worst nightmares. Years after the fact, he decided to solve that one case—the murder of his mother.
A popular cheerleader is murdered in a hail of gunfire. After sorting through a slew of witness testimony, Demery sets his sights on a prime suspect. But he soon learns that the triggerman was driven to violence by a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Detective Rod Demery investigates the murder of a young woman, whose body was discovered by a young couple. Also: a behind-the-scenes look into the production of "Murder Chose Me," featuring interviews with the cast and crew.
When a mechanic is found on his couch with a bullet wound to the head, investigators suspect suicide, but rookie detective Rod Demery believes it's murder. When his hunch is proven correct, its up to Demery to solve the first homicide of his career.
A weekly game of dominoes at a neighborhood tire shop turns deadly when a group of masked men burst in with guns blazing. Demery is determined to find justice for the victim, but only has one night to solve the case before it's taken out of his hands.
The lifeless body of an unidentified woman is found in the parking lot of an abandoned factory. Det. Rod Demery is assigned to the case, but he's thrown a curveball when he recognizes the face of the victim at the center of the crime scene.
A drunken brawl at a local watering hole culminates in the stabbing death of bar regular J.W. Fuller. Det. Rod Demery finds a curious clue in the victim's breast pocket, leading him on a search for a mystery woman with a leopard print dress.
Friends discover the lifeless body of good-natured Vietnam vet Drexelle McBride in the driver's seat of his white van. Leads are scarce, until Demery charts the victim's final hours and learns of a chance meeting gone terribly awry.
An abandoned car belonging to missing sailor Nicholas Cox turns up in a parking lot. Inside, Demery uncovers a grisly cache of blood evidence, but no Cox. In order to find justice for his fallen brother-in-arms, Demery must first locate his body.
When two young children bear witness to the gruesome murder of their mother, Demery makes it his personal mission to bring the killer to justice. He quickly zeroes in on two suspects, but can't escape the feeling that he's barking up the wrong tree.