The Streets Of San Francisco season 5←The Streets Of San Francisco season 4
The Streets Of San Francisco season 5 episodes list:
Misguided radicals take a jury hostage in a case where corrupt ""movement leaders"" are being tried for murder.
Mike and Inspector Dan Robbins make a last-ditch effort to save the jury from execution at the hands of the radicals. Steve leaves the police force.
A millionaire's (Duff) daughter (Eilbacher) is raped and murdered at a public tennis court. He finds a suspect and sends handbills over the city, posting a $1 million dead or alive reward for the suspect (Gail). The SFPD has to spend an extraordinary amount of time and manpower on this case when the greed of ""human nature"" takes over, causing innocents to be injured or killed in the process of trying to collect the reward.
Mike thinks he's a murder target when a kidnapper specifies that he deliver the ransom money.
The father of a 16-year old girl murders her ""johns"" one by one, unbeknownst to her.
A songwriter-singer (Arnaz Jr.) is a suspect in the murder of his producer (Janis).
Stone must protect a former book keeper's wife (Jessica Walter), in order to have her testify against several high profile mobsters who want her dead because of the evidence she has against them.
A clothing designer (Dorothy Malone) finds herself on the front page news after her daughter (Leslie Ackerman) confesses to the murder of her latest fling. Later, Lt. Stone and Inspector Robbins investigate her daughter's claim only to realize that she's really a witness and not a murderer, but will it be too late now that one of the murders (Jerry Douglas) decides that she may be able to identify him?
Inpector Stone and Robbins go after a gang of thieves who use motor cycles to make there get away.
Paranoia leads to someone shooting a cop skulking on their property.
A former prostitute (Purcell) goes back to work to smoke out the murderer of another prostitute.
As a dare to try to win a spot among a gang of high school thugs in the 1950's, Charley Belasco commits a crime that sends him to prison for 20 years. Upon his release, he goes on a murderous rampage to hunt down the the high school thugs who spurned him.
A mobster's son steals loot from his father and seeks protection from federal authorities in exchange for being a material witness against his father.
The police learn that a victim of spousal abuse has been leading a double life.
A cop-killer's henchmen hunt the only witnesses to his crime, an officer and an informer.
A narcotics cop (Beatty) who has only four months to go till retirement, roughs up a drug pusher (Campos) and plants a knife on him. In the cop's efforts to cover this up, blackmail and murder ensue. A parallel story has to do with uncovering the ""Tucson connection"", a major drug ring operating in San Francisco.
Mike pushes to get teen gang members, who have made a mockery of the juvenile court, tried as adults.
The main suspect in the murder of a coed is a prison inmate enrolled in a special program.
Refusing to believe he murdered his wife, a man escapes from an institution for the criminally insane to find her.
A bodybuilder's short temper causes murder.
An episode where there are two parallel stories: A small business owner (Roberts) is going through divorce proceedings while his business is in financial straits. His wife's lawyer (Pressman) just happens to also be hunted by a revenge-seeking ex-con (Murdock).
A public defender (Linda Kelsey) is convinced that a young man (Wheeler) accused of murder, is innocent. Stone and Robbins are not convinced.
A San Quentin prison guard must hunt down the criminals who escaped while under his guard.
Mike and Dan pursue a smuggler who will stop at nothing to locate a dog collar containing stolen diamonds