There is a 'peeping Tom' on the loose in Las Vegas. He has just committed his first breaking-and-entering which means that he is going to commit more serious crimes any time soon. This fear becomes true when he rapes a young woman. The team works against time before this criminal strikes again. Sara, working solo, re-opens a case involving an assistant DA's husband's death. Three years ago, they were shot in their own home. The bullet got stuck in her throat and she is finally having it removed. The bullet is the only evidence Sara has to find the truth. Written by
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When Catherine & Brass are at the Mall to apprehend a young suspect, they comment that it is lunchtime, and there are many shoppers milling around, but several stores shown in the background are visibly closed, JC Penney' s large glass doors are shut, with the interior lights off and a jewelry store is also lights-out, with its metal gate security door closed. See more
When Sara is narrating her reconstruction of the shooting to Melissa, she says that her husband "...leaned up from a prone position..." to shoot her. However, in the visually reconstructed scene, the husband is lying on his back - that's supine, not prone. Prone is lying on one's stomach. See more
Sometimes the best intentions are fraught with disappointments.