Hedge fund manager Jonathan Hendricks is the prime suspect in a drive-by shooting of a drug dealer. Det. Arnold tries to find the connection between Hendricks and the drug dealer, keep bumbling DEA agents Allen and Brady out of his hair, and get married to lawyer girlfriend Melinda Devereaux. More
The only witness to the drive-by shooting of a crack dealer identifies hedge fund manager Jonathan Hendricks as the killer. When Hendricks is questioned by Det. Arnold, who is investigating the murder, Hendricks denies everything – he was at home with his picture perfect wife at the time and the witness must be the same as the victim – just another crackhead.
Later, Arnold and his fiancée, lawyer Melinda Devereaux, learn from country club barfly Martha Elizabeth Bennett Johnson von Brandenburg Savoy that Hendricks is the club’s coke supplier and that his hedge fund is having serious problems. As Arnold tries to connect Hendricks to the murders, DEA agents Allen and Brady are investigating Hendricks’ drug dealing and pop up at inopportune moments to find out what Arnold knows.
In the meantime, Melinda has her own problems. Melinda’s department chair has it in for her after Melinda snags a major client the chair wanted for herself. While Arnold is trying to solve the murder, Melinda has to juggle office politics, wedding planning, and avoiding Allen and Brady.