Malloy and Reed respond to a drunk in a stolen plane, look for a 17 year old runaway, receive a call for a 2-11 in progress where they catch two armed robbers, and track down a stolen 3-ton safe containing $10k booby-trapped by the owner.

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Walt Cook
Ronne Troup ...
Diane Michelle
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Mike
Ralph Manza ...
Market Proprietor
Craig Curtis ...
Gerald Rogers
Tony Colti ...
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Michael Ross ...
Del Hoenig (as Mike Ross)
Craig Chudy ...
Bill
Cliff McDonald ...
1st Policeman
Sammy Vaughn ...
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Adam-12's first call takes them to Van Nuys Airport, where a prop plane has been stolen. They find out the thief has taken the plane up in the air, is seemingly drunk or stoned, and worse inexperienced, he who believes he can fly the plane. Beyond the possibility of a crash, they just hope that he does not cause any on-ground injuries or fatalities. Their next call is to follow up on a lead of a missing runaway from the Midwest. When they arrive at the address which is a rundown vacant house, they do see signs that a male and female are living there, that they do not want to be found, but that the residents are probably still within hearing distance of Malloy and Reed. They just have find out their hiding spot. Next, they are called to a store robbery that occurred on Saturday night, so as not to be noticed until Monday morning. The item stolen is as unusual as the wrinkle associated with the case: a three foot high safe, which the burglars are unaware is booby-trapped to explode if ... Written by Huggo

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28 February 1970 (USA)  »

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