A group of low level gangsters spot an easy mark, a blonde who is loaded with jewels. They know the type. She’s out on a tryst with a lover, and when she’s robbed, she’ll be too embarrassed to report the incident, and explain where she was to her husband. There’s a little problem. Gunplay leads to a corpse, and Jerry needs to call in favors to arrange an alibi.
The desperate cover up begins. Will Jery manage to keep off the radar of the cops? They come calling to question him about a murder, but it’s not the one that Jerry thought it might be. Uh-oh. He’s now being watched for a murder he hasn’t exactly got a connection to, at the same time he’s stuck in trying to ditch the body he has in his car.
Jerry calls in favors from all his friends he can. Even his wife Madge pitches in to lend a hand to clear Jerry. It’s a tough job, especially with the cops following him everywhere he goes. Has it worked? Has Jerry gotten off the hook? The Whistler holds a trump card for a twist ending on the side of justice.