On the personal front, Da Vinci continues his romance with Michaela, but later finds out that she's married. Homicide is investigating what looks to be a suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning, the act with an unfortunate consequence of a second dead body, the suicide victim's son, within the vicinity. Meanwhile, Homicide and Da Vinci are closing in on Charlie Josephs as the prostitute murderer. Josephs himself has employed runaway Audrey at the diner, perhaps his next intended victim? The authorities lack concrete evidence that Josephs is the murderer and thus can't arrest him. Mick and Angela thwart Josephs' latest murder attempt, that on prostitute Norma, but they still have insufficient evidence for murder. On the forensic front, all Patricia knows is that two recent victims had fish and chips as their last meal, but she cannot say with any certainty that they came from Josephs' diner. To help their cause, Da Vinci, under his own initiative, goes undercover to the diner to get some fish and chips. Patricia eventually uncovers irrefutable evidence the fish and specifically the chips from all three samples are from the same source. Homicide also uncovers a cold missing girl's case from thirty years prior that involved Josephs' family that may provide some insight into the recent murders. Before the authorities can arrest Josephs for murder, Leo decides to take matters into his own hands. To right what he considers some past mistakes he made in investigations, Leo tells Goose Flowers that Josephs was Roxanne's murderer knowing what Goose's actions will be. Just as the police are ready to make the arrest, they fish Josephs' beaten dead body out of the harbor.- Written by Huggo
Da Vinci continues to track Charlie Josephs, the owner of the diner frequented by the murdered prostitutes.- Written by James D. Lankin
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