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O'Dell-Griffin Case
A beat patrolman doesn't believe that a neighborhood woman died of alcohol poisoning as the police detectives suspect. He continues his own investigation and, after discovering a drunk dead under similar suspicious circumstances, probes the connection between the two deaths.
The Phantom
A masked phantom and his gang commit a series of payroll robberies, and the police can't seem to find a trace of them.
The Unholy Three
Three vicious hoods on a crime rampage take over a church mission as their headquarters, figuring the cops would never look for them there.
The Van Meter Case
Police pursue John Dillinger and his henchman, Homer Van Meter across the Midwest. On the run, Van Meter digs up loot hidden in glass jars, but is double-crossed by one of his underlings.
The Bailat-Fiaschetti Case
Detectives set out to track down a gang of international jewel thieves who have just stolen more than a million dollars worth of valuables from an estate in New York.
The Dennis Case
A Canadian-born cat burglar tries to maintain his blissful domestic life while stealing guests jewelry at parties on both coasts and selling them to unwitting gem merchants in other major cities. Police begin to close in when one of the merchants recognizes the man from a wanted poster he accidentally saw while applying for a gun license.
The Dillinger Case
John Dillinger, a notorious 1930s bank robber, escapes from the state penitentiary using a wooden gun, but makes a critical error when he crosses the state line in a stolen car. That act violated a U.S. law, causing the FBI to take up the hunt. Although Dillinger manages to escape from several traps set by the G-men, he's finally cornered by agents leaving a Chicago movie theater with "The Lady in Red".
The Karpis Case
Federal Bureau of Investigation special agents are called in to capture the notorious bank robber and kidnapper Alvin Karpis, the machine gun blasting thug who provides the muscle for the infamous Karpis-Barker gang. Federal heat forces Karpis from hideout to hideout but Karpis always stays one step of the FBI. The G-men play their trump card and, knowing that the gangster loves fishing, manage to track their quarry to popular pier.
The Mendoro Case
Charles Mendoro, an erstwhile family man, and his partner use poison gas to rob currency exchanges in Chicago.
Gang Busters