- Summaries (1)
In the vicinity of the kiddie stroll, a dead beaten body of a male is found next to a still running car. After doing some canvassing, Leary and Shannon learn that there have been altercations between "spotters" protecting the prostitutes and the neighborhood residents, who have an organized patrol to get the prostitutes and johns out of the area. The deceased was a john, leaving the prime suspects being either neighborhood patrol or spotters. Glen Paul, also known as Shorty, is a spotter who seems to be in the middle of the incident. Da Vinci investigates the death of Brad Greig, whose dead body was found trapped above a garage door of the condominium building he managed. The garage door was inspected only five weeks prior and was deemed then in good working order. Gregory Randolph, a tenant who found Greig, reported that Grieg earlier had an argument with another tenant, Sam Cooney, about the not functioning garage door. Da Vinci thinks Cooney had something to do with Greig's death, this view strengthened after garage door maintenance figures out what happened with the door itself. Da Vinci eventually accuses Cooney, who fights back. Elsewhere, Kurtz asks Kosmo to deal with a pesky neighbor who has reported a suspicious accident involving her professor boss and his wife, the latter who died in a hiking accident in Switzerland. Shannon faces a personal crisis with Lana, who is now in a nursing home. Da Vinci warns Kelly about okaying the moving of the bodies in the cemetery associated with the former Ravenhood Psychiatric Hospital. And Sue identifies the cop who has been using her services and doing drugs with her as Det. Brian Curtis.
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