Bronk, harbouring suspicions of corruption within the police department, commits himself to an unauthorized narcotics investigation.
Bronk traces an underworld hit killer to his intended victim... and unknowingly leads the killer to his mark.
Quillery, a deranged motorcycle racer runs an illegal alien smuggling ring. Quillery and his gang slay a young attorney assistant when he begins to snoop their activities.
Bronk guards Kate Olson,a gangster's jilted girl friend, on a perilous drive to the state capital, where she has agreed to testify against his boyfriend, Ben Capote, a treacherous guy.
A forger's murder leads back to a World War II romance and blackmail involving Enid, the wealthy mother of an ambitious candidate.
A teenage girl's recurring nightmares provide grounds for blackmail since Bronk suspects that the girl is a kidnap victim abducted 14 years before.
One case does not fit in a series of prostitute stranglings so Bronk must go on the trail of the killer who strangles prostitutes and his copycat.
Margareth Lewis and her husband Nathan are in big trouble. The young woman suffers from kidney-infection and must undergo dialysis every week. Nathan Lewis has lost his position as an engineer, so financially the couple is in dire straits. For this reason, Nathan accepts the offer of an unknown man to carry a suitcase on the airplane from Mexico to Ocean City for which he will receive 25.000 dollars. Unbeknown to him the bag hides a bomb set to make the airliner explode in mid-air.
Three young lads assault a supermarket in Ocean city. As they escape with the loot, they run down a box boy. Shortly after, Bronk discovers the demolished escape-car on the junkyard of his friend Harry Mark. It turns out that the car belongs to police officer Frank Bossick; supposedly, it was stolen from his son Ron. Bronk and Bossick know and appreciate each other therefore it is bitter for Bronk when he confirms his suspicion that Ron Bossick was one of the perpetrators. It is even more terrible for the father of the young man, of course. With a deep pain, Frank asks the Lieutenant to take part in the search for his fugitive son. Bronk agrees without suspecting what kind of a situation they will face.
Grebo, a pornographer accused of murder bargains with a bomber's identity. He insists it's a deal the police may not be able to refuse.
A bunch of terrorists set a hotel ablaze and hold a civic leader's son hostage. Unwilling to encourage these terrorist acts, the businessman and his kidnapped son refuse to cooperate with the abductors.
Phil Barrow, a man who claims to have killed Bronk's wife is fatally shot before revealing who hired him.
Duke Adison, an influential businessman from Ocean city, is stabbed and found dead in the apartment of a prostitute, Hannah Powell. Mayor Santori, who was a friend of the victim, entrusts Detective Lieutenant Alex Bronkov with the investigation. His first suspicion is aimed at Hannah Powell, especially since her fingerprints lingered on the murder weapon. Yet she denies emphatically to have killed Adison. Later on the young police officer Ryck Borrison provides her with an alibi. As it turns out, he has not told the truth, so he is suspended from the service. Shortly after, he confess to Bronk why he lied for the sake of Hannah and why the prostitute cannot be the killer.
During an explosion in Ocean city, the woman of a lawyer is killed and her small daughter results badly injured. Some clues indicate that Paul Tedesco, the youngest brother of the Mafia boss Victor Tedesco, had something to do with it. He is arrested, but is quickly released. Sergeant Webber grows so indignant over it that Bronk has to calm him down. Days later, Paul is found murdered and Webber becomes the main suspect.
Amid alarming tension and expanding outbursts of violence, Bronk must get to the bottom of things when two young black radicals are ambushed and killed.
Mark Lynn, a murderous Vietnam veteran bears a family grudge against Bronk for his dad's death.
The debut of Sara Mitchell as the first woman into the regular service is owed to Detective Lieutenant Bronkov who knows the young police officer well and is fond of her. Notwithstanding on her first case Bronk must run to her defense when she is accused of brutality by a drugged girl.
When a young wife is killed in a car crash planned for her husband, the bereaved man vows revenge.
Kitty, a deranged young woman murders a city prosecutor, leaving an odd message. Bronk learns that she's the sister of a convict killed in a prison riot and now she plans to murder the three men who sent him up the river.
Scorpio, a gambling tycoon contrives the assassination of Minister Abriega, a Caribbean politician.
Bronk becomes one of a group of hostages taken during a violent gaolbreak attempt by prisoners with nothing to lose.
Patrick O'Flannagan, a New York detective seeks Mavros, an escaped mercenary terrorist.
Detective Lieutenant Alex Bronkov gets embroiled into a bloody confrontation with a gang of diamond smugglers that has come from Mexico into the USA, and Bronk ends up injured . Mayor Santori insists that Bronk go on a vacation along with him for a few days.
Bronk unravels the death of a veteran cop who was killed in a shoot-out.
Bronk's investigation of a veteran policeman's death in a robbery shoot-out turns up enough discrepancies to make the hero's death look like a virtual suicide. Allen Baron directed from the script by Michael Mann, based on a story by Dan Ullman.
A hero's commendation hangs in the balance when Bronk discovers the startling fact that the seasoned patrolman not only disconnected his own radio on the way to the shoot-out, but dismissed his partner and missed his killer with two wild shots from his own gun.
Bronk and Frank Carey, a private investigator, pursue an assassin who does away with criminals freed via legal loopholes.