The issue of the fire inspection notice at the grow-op site comes into question. Da Vinci thinks it a little too convenient that one was found after a series of seasoned investigators didn't find it in their initial walk-through. Winters admits in confidence to Klotchko that she is unsure that a notice was at the scene. And even Jacobs admits he is skeptical. Klotchko tries to manage the situation internally, seeming to support Ferris in whatever she needs, while not allowing her back to work. He will not even allow her to attend Tremaine's funeral. The fire and police committee does however come back with a recommendation for a coordinated approach to grow-ops, which delights Da Vinci. A B&E occurs at the Coroner's office, and Leary's computer which was stolen. This may have something to do with Dubreau, as Dubreau, Norton and Curtis confer about managing the situation, which includes keeping tabs on Manny Zappata. Despite the theft, the investigation continues: Leary has identified the hotel where the boys were taken and Kosmo and Finn try to determine Curtis' actual role in the pedophile ring. However, Zappata and Messner get nervous about actually testifying, which may kibosh Leary being able to lay charges. The hookers are now wary of the safety of the Red Light District and move back to their old haunts. Jacobs uses the missing women's case as a smoke-screen for police under-funding, not tying it in with the purpose of the Red Light District. With City Hall business, Da Vinci shores up support for slots at the racetrack and negotiates between all the players regarding development on the waterfront in and around Crab Park. Katie is brought in on assault charges, displaying that she is capable of violent crime. Friedland may not be as he seems, and Zack does some digging into his possible real identity.- Written by Huggo
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