The officers respond to a potential break-in catching a man leaving the building and finding a young boy inside hiding in a locker. The boy has no record and his single mother says this is his first time in trouble. Malloy decides to give the boy a break and releases him to his mother. On patrol they pull over a taxi driving erratically. They find the driver is being robbed by a passenger and thought he had a gun. While at the station Mac informs them that the young boy has a record under a different name and a man posed as his father. A call about an accident at a parking lot involves a long haired man on a motorcycle being accused by the son of the elderly man he hit of reckless driving. However, the elderly man apologizes to the motorcycle rider for not paying attention forcing the son to apologize. The mother of the young boy reports him missing after investigators talked to her. The officers chase him at a store reporting a robbery thinking he was involved but he wasn't. Malloy ... Written by
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After seasons 5 & 6 with the same opening sequence and same car, season 7 features a new Adam 12 unit - 1973 AMC Matador - with a new opener; daylight shot of police headquarters switching to Reed and Malloy driving into action through the streets of LA for the final season of the series. See more
When Malloy and Reed are investigating a break in at a business Malloy tells the dispatcher to instruct responding backup units to enter the area through the alley from the Southwest. When you hear the dispatcher, Shaaron Claridge, clearly tell responding units to approach from the Southeast. See more