Melinda suspects a police officer might be more involved than he's letting on in a Grandview high school kid's accidental death. She becomes even more suspicious after question the officer, Ramsey, and then finds her car towed and stripped for a drug search after she sees Ramsey talking to the tow company. She meets Office Ramsey's daughter and is thrown into a vision where she sees the kid, Dylan Hale, being struck in the head with some kind of stick. The daughter, Anne-Marie, doesn't want to talk to Melinda and runs away. Undeterred, Melinda and Eli dig deeper, with help from the school's guidance counselor, and they discover that Anne-Marie was seeing another kid, Jake Olmstead, much to her father, Officer Ramsey's disapproval. Melinda is thrown into another vision when she tries to talk with Jake and sees vandalism being done and she suspects that Officer Ramsey was the victim of the vandalism. When she finds out that Ramsey is looking into Dylan Hale's death, Melinda believes that his daughter and Jake might know more than they are letting on. In talking to Jake's mom, she out that Dylan was staying with the Olmstead's, having been kicked out by his drunken father. Dylan and Jake weren't good friends but he found out about the threats that Officer Ramsey made to Jake about staying away from his daughter. Dylan proceeded to play mailbox baseball with the officer's mailbox in retaliation. Jake and Anne-Marie found this out one night when they were all driving home together from a party. Anne-Marie, incensed about her father, wanted Jake to take a swing at the mailbox himself. Jake finally agreed but when he took a swing at it, it bounced right off and cracked Dylan in the head. Sick of being vandalized, Officer Ramsey had reinforced his mailbox with cement, not knowing that this would be the direct cause of Jake's basebally hitting Dylan and causing his death. Melinda reunites Officer Ramsey, Anne-Marie, Jake and Dylan and all is forgiven about this tragic accident.