Joe Weldon is an emotionally screwed-up cop living in a small, grimy town. Recently separated from his wife and kids, he is intensely devoted to his work - especially when he stumbles on the case of an anonymous dead man just fished from the Hudson River. Unable to identify the body, the police focus on a few scattered clues: a bible, a car with a phone number and a tooth brush. The number leads to a perplexing suspect - Vinnie, a seedy family man. The investigation is stymied by the fact that the victim was an outsider who had little contact with the community. As each day passes a new clue is unearthed that enables both Vinnie and the police to piece together the mystery. An unconventional mystery that unfolds into a humanistic tale about the discovery of life and faith, nothing is what it appears to be on INTERSTATE 84.