WitSec receives a homeless but genius man who witnessed a homegrown bomb attempt and called the authorities, saving hundreds of innocent people. Walter Cooper once lived off the streets of Seattle, WA and consumed the many books at the library he lived in.
But now, Mary and Marshall have to clean up this federal witness so that heâ��s a credible witness for the US Attorney's case. After cleaning up, Walter starts a job at a local Albuquerque bookstore where he's anything but receptive to the idea of an alarm clock, schedule, uniform and nametag.
When WitSec uses a federal databank to track down a wanted local fugitive on the FBI's top ten list, Walter gets the idea to use the same method to find his birth mother. Adopted at a young age, Marshall and Mary find out where Walter's mother is located but must race against time to reconnect the two after they find out that she's in grave trouble.
Scott seemingly falters with his addiction to gambling and Brandi lies to him about money she once promised him, now being tied up in a new business venture. Scott's presence in New Mexico may be coming to an end.