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Officer Peter J. Malloy
: It really wasn't that big of a caper. I know its embarrassing but the rest of the guys around here understand. Sgt. MacDonald
: You know Pete, I must have made that same speech to a dozen other cops whose sons were arrested, but I guess I won't be making it again. Somehow it isn't the same when it's your own boy.
: Whatever we did, he understood. It was natural. Officer Peter J. Malloy
: He's growing up, Mac. Sgt. MacDonald
: I know. I think that's where I've had the most trouble adjusting.
: I end up not wanting him to do anything, fearing he will make some kind of mistake. Officer Peter J. Malloy
: You know, when I was a kid I built one of those model ships. I worked on it every day after school. It was pretty detailed, exact rigging and built to scale. When I was done, I took it to a pond where we lived and I put it in the water. A gust of wind grabbed it and got it going too fast and sent it toward some rocks. So I ran around the pond and jerked it out of the water. I never sailed it again, I was afraid it was going to get damaged. I took it home and put it on a shelf in my bedroom. I never really enjoyed it again. Sgt. MacDonald
: This is a boy, not a model ship. Officer Peter J. Malloy
: I get the feeling that you're never going to be pleased with him until you let him succeed on his own terms, despite the risks, and he does.
: This man has already killed and wounded several people, are the police still going to try bringing him in, or just shoot him? Sgt. MacDonald
: We're going to do whatever it takes. Press Man
: If there's a decision to be made, who's going to make it? Sgt. MacDonald
: Only one person, that man on the roof.
: [after Wells shows up late, again
] Wells. Officer Ed Wells
: Yeah, Mac? Sgt. MacDonald
: Tomorrow, when I come thru that door for roll call, the first thing I want to see is your face. Officer Pete Malloy
: Your a glutton for punishment, Mac.