The Glades: Season 3, Episode 5

Food Fight (1 Jul. 2012)

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When Jim finds the ex-Navy Seal owner of his favorite food truck dead in the truck's kitchen, he ends up embroiled in a heated political battle between the new wave of gourmet food trucks and the established boardwalk restaurants.

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Carlos Sanchez (as Carlos Gomez)
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Councilman Greg Dousett
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Chef Lana Kim
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Vanessa Russo
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When Jim finds the ex-Navy Seal owner of his favorite food truck dead in the truck's kitchen, he ends up embroiled in a heated political battle between the new wave of gourmet food trucks and the established boardwalk restaurants.

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At the murder scene, at Tony's food truck, Carlos extracts a bullet from the back wall with a pair of forceps, looks at it, and immediately identifies it as a 9mm. There is only, at most, a two-one thousandths difference between 9mm, .38, .380, and .357 bullets, and it would take a precise measurement with a micrometer as well as precise weight measurements, to determine the specific caliber of the bullet. See more »

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