An older husband complains about his wife and friend's noisy karate practice. A hit and run traffic accident looks looks like a homicide. The officers use their investigate skills to locate the suspect and arrest him.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Shapiro
Pearl Shear ...
Sylvia Bronson
Mr. Shapiro
William Boyett ...
Station Attendant
Eddie Troy
Sgt. King
Ray Ballard ...
Mr. Budley
Mrs. Worley
Maureen Leeds ...
Mrs. Gray
Mr. Lyden
Lt. Moore
Sgt. Sullivan


They receive a call about a woman screaming. They start to kick the door when they hear the same noise after knocking. An older woman opens the door revealing her and a friend practicing karate. The husband sporting a black eye called the police. The officers make a quick retreat. Malloy and Reed are called to an accident scene where a young woman was killed in a hit and run. Their questioning of witnesses lead them to the name of a suspect. Via older police data they locate the driver. He was planning to leave town but the woman told him she was pregnant and wanted him to go with him. However, the medical examiner found she was not pregnant. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery





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18 October 1969 (USA)  »

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Sgt. MacDonald arrives on scene driving a station wagon. Supervisors drove station wagons to carry extra equipment that may be needed on a scene. A radio microphone and speaker were also installed in the back so that the station wagon could be used as a mobile command post. See more »


After Reed and Malloy draw a chalk line around the woman who was hit by the car, they put a sheet over her to cover the body. Then, the other officer appears with a camera. After shooting several pictures, he says, "I'm going to take some more shots." All of the pictures he takes are after the sheet has covered the body. Why would they take that many pictures, all with her covered up? When he leaves, he gives the undeveloped roll of film to Reed and Malloy. See more »

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