Born near Frankfurt, Kentucky, Bonnie Sue Raymond wants to leave the farm behind and go to beauty school. After studying for and receiving her GED, Bonnie promptly boards a bus to Indianapolis for training, working nights at a taxi company to save money.
Bonnie immediately notices the contrast between the farm in Kentucky and the urban jungle known as the city. Law enforcement personnel seem to be helpful, but there is little reduction in the crime rate. Bonnie finds out firsthand just how dangerous the streets can be when her intriguing new gentleman friend is shot in a burglary attempt during one of his taxi shifts.
Following this harsh blow, a devastated Bonnie is given supernatural powers to reduce the crime rate around the world. She wonders what it would be like to live in a community with no murder, arson, carjacking, theft, or fraud. Bonnie gives fair warning via the media that justice is about to be served unless criminals turn themselves in to the authorities. Most of those wanted are repeat offenders who wouldn't dare think of turning themselves in to the police, but perhaps Bonnie can remedy the situation.
But can vigilante justice elude the FBI?