A drugs transport to incineration is attacked by a well-armed gang, but a woman shouting for help for her baby rather distracts Horatio and Speed, whose gun is jammed, but a bullet-proof vest saves his life. Only SWAT sergeant Hollis is killed, but as ballistics later establishes from a distant spot. Horatio finds the woman isn't the baby's mother, she was hired by a drugs gang. CSI is suspected of tipping them off, especially after Calleigh tests positive for cocaine, but Horatio traces that to a nearby spot suitable for the sniper. The fiends even left one of their own, badly wounded Lester Cassidy, behind to die in Paul Tomassi's workshop after consulting suspended MD Guillermo Santoyo.
Did You Know?
The scene where Callie tests positive for cocaine, having accidentally ingested some criminal evidence, is based on the real life experience of writer Elizabeth Devine
who used to work in law enforcement. See more
Delko tells Calleigh that the screwdriver in the ignition replaces the key to make contact. In fact, neither the key nor the screwdriver complete the circuit. Either is used to turn the lock cylinder which activates the switch, controlling the ignition. See more
You're the investigator in the dispo case that resulted in two tragic deaths. You mind if I ask you a few questions for our viewers?
Detective Frank Tripp