A SQUATTER IN BRICKTOWN IS A MYSTERIOUS MURDER VICTIM, AND A CLASSIC CAR
SCAM COSTS A TEENAGER HIS LIFE, ON ABC'S "DETROIT 1-8-7"
"Nobody's Home/Unknown Soldier" - Fitch & Washington and Longford & Majahan are assigned to what appears to be a deceptively straightforward investigation -- a woman is murdered in an apparent robbery -- but this is far from an open and shut case. The detectives discover that the victim was a squatter in Brush Park, and they've tripped over something much bigger. Meanwhile, Stone and Sanchez find themselves drawn into the intriguing case of a murdered teenager found along with his father, a Vietnam veteran, who is severely beaten but still alive. Their investigation leads them to uncover a murderous scam involving vintage cars, on "Detroit 1-8-7," TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"Detroit 1-8-7" stars Michael Imperioli as Detective Louis Fitch, James McDaniel as Sergeant Jesse Longford, Aisha Hinds as Lieutenant Maureen Mason, D.J. Cotrona as Detective John Stone, Jon Michael Hill as Detective Damon Washington, Shaun Majumder as Detective Vikram Mahajan, Natalie Martinez as Detective Ariana Sanchez and Erin Cummings as Dr. Abbey Ward.
Guest starring in "Nobody's Home/Unknown Soldier" are Rochelle Aytes as Alice Williams, Todd Stashwick as Henry Malloy, David Aaron Baker as Landry, Evan Jones as Steven Hayes, Juanita Jennings as Sally Elliston, Dov Tiefenbach as JJ Zagorski, Malcolm Goodwin as KJ, Anthony Chisholm as George, Tim Grimm as Daniel Saunders and Tim Decker as Kurt Bregman.
"Nobody's Home/Unknown Soldier" was written by Jason Richman and David Zabel and directed by Stephen Cragg.
"Detroit 1-8-7" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound. A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to airdate.
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