"I don 't think it 'd be a good idea for you to join us, bud."
"I 'm sure Mr. Greco 's forgotten our little incident by now." He wines.
"No, I think it 's best if you stay here."
"I agree, Joe."
"But captain!" The detective protests.
"You don 't want to do anything that 'll give Mr. Greco 's attorney, something he can use to overturn the conviction, do you?"
“Ok then it’s settled you’re staying here.”
“Yes, captain,” he replies, moping over to his desk.
"I want everyone to follow protocol down to the letter and make sure your partner 's at your side the entire time." Remembering his nightmare, Joe turns towards his other partner.
'Come on Joe, not me too," she says, stomping her foot.
"No, you can go, but I want you to wear the heavier vest. When we 're out there I want you to be real careful and don 't go wandering off by yourself." Rachel gives him a puzzled look.
"Just trust me on this one, ok."
"Yes, sir." Taking the vest from Joe, she exchanges it for the standard issued gear.
"Ok, let 's go," he orders.
Pulling up to the house, half the men began surrounding the Greco home, while the others waited for further orders. With his crew is in position, Joe signals the remaining officers to follow him to the front door.
"As soon as I give him the warrant, I want you guys to start searching the home. Everyone has their vest on, right?" They nod in agreement.
"Remember Tito 's armed and dangerous, so use extreme caution when you approach him," he warns, banging on the door. A few minutes later he pounds again, harder than the last time. He starts to knock the third time when a petite Latina lady opens the door.
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...lla was shot in the chest at close range with the same 38, as detective Webb."
"Wait a minute, you didn 't tell me there 's another victim, boss."
"I guess Tito 's tying up a few loose ends."
"Who found her?"
"Our partner, Rachel said she 's walking back to the house when she saw someone in the bushes. She ran over to see who it was and that 's when he shot her. The vest saved her from the bullet, but not from being knocked out when she fell."
"You realize she 's been knocked out twice in a matter of days."
"Lucky for us she has a hard head."
Pulling out his cell phone he quickly dials his partner 's number.
"Remember the lady cop you 're supposed to kill?"
"The one I ran off the road."
"Yeah, well you didn 't finish the job so I took care of her for you."
"I swear she was dead, boss."
"She wasn 't. So now you owe me one and you’re going to pay up right now."
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