Featuring Joel McCray, and real stories from the files of the Texas Rangers. . The scene is West Texas, and a couple of ex-cons who return to their ways of bank robbing. The crime takes a down turn and leads to a shoot out. Ranger Jase Pierson lends a hand to the highway patrol, and the manhunt that ensues.
Clues are found in the aftermath of the gunplay, as the cops also do their best with the grieving family members of the fallen. Using fingerprints, forensic evidence, and modern technologies identities are made to help locate the bad guys without the traditional chase with a posse. Have the Rangers found their man? All the clues point to Trummel, almost.
Each piece of evidence is picked apart, and Trummel is set free. Still, the gas station attendant manages to offer enough new clues to uncover a new trail to investigate.
Hot on the trail, Jase falls back on the old ways, and rides fast on his horse after the bank robber. Suspenseful voiceover tells the tale as the Ranger creeps up on the desperado, and saves the state the bother of putting the electric chair to use. Will it cost the Ranger a serious wound of his own before it’s done?