The team is trying out one of their new devices at a movie studio. When they're done Street leaves his behind. He and Luca and McCabe are suppose to go out with their girlfriends so he picks her up when he remembers he left it behind. He goes back to get it but some men came after the team left and have planted explosives all over the studio as part of an extortion scheme. When Street gets trapped he uses it to signal the others who rush to the studio.
Paul Julian, a radio repairman and friend to most of the S.W.A.T. team, lost his wife to a brutal killer, and has gone mad obsessing over her death. He keeps a police scanner tuned to S.W.A.T. and shows up at their stakeouts. Whenever the bad guys come out, to surrender or otherwise, he shoots them.
Four thugs knock over a race track for $2 million, but only two of them escape. One of the one left behind is killed and the other captured. The gang tries elaborate methods to try to spring the surviving accomplice when he goes to trial.
Ben Jordan begins a new life in Lakevale, but fast runs afoul of the town's power brokers. Jordan discovers that even this quaint community falls under the dark shadow of the Mob, and hopes the blue line of S.W.A.T. also extends this far.
The theft of space age cutting tools and dynamite point to safe robbery and a murderous member of the gang's girlfriend runs an apartment for girls where resides a girl Luca is dating and is connected to the building with the safe.
The basic idea of "Rashomon" -- the same event told in flashbacks from different perspectives -- fuels this story of Luca killing a man. The man, a distraught husband, had carried a .25 five-bullet automatic pistol up to his wife's lover's apartment and shot the lover (one bullet), one at a cop in a hallway (two), and two more out a window at the S.W.A.T. team (four). When he takes the wife downstairs to a cellar, Luca is waiting with his rifle and drops him in his tracks. The question remains now -- did the gunman fire the final bullet at Luca (Luca's version) -- did...