Malloy is contacted by Charlie Bishop who has served his time and is having a hard time adjusting to life on the outside. After listening to Charlie's story Malloy and Reed go back out on patrol, and after catching a potential tax cheat they check out a halfway house in hope that it has room for Charlie. In the meantime Charlie has decided that he'd rather be back in prison and after receiving a radio call Malloy and Reed realize they have to stop him from making a big mistake.
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Harry Morrison reported that his stamp collection was valued at $31,500.00. In 1974, $31,500.00 had the same buying power as $161,267.05 in 2016. Annual inflation over this period was about 3.96% See more