In anticipation of a deployment to Iraq, a hospital corpsman third-class stows his personal gear, including a pickup truck, in a self-store room; after 10 months he dies in action, saving the lives of two Marines at the cost of his own life; his CO recommends him for a posthumous Silver Star; a hometown friend, acting on his written directions, opens his rented storeroom; however, the skeletal remains of a young woman appear in the bed of the truck; Gibbs and company investigate. Ducky says that the remains are those of a girl from the sailor's hometown who disappeared about two years previously. Abby provides much evidence, and, despite local resistance, the team identify the killer.
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All the pill bottles in Emmy Poole's medicine cabinet with readable labels are for vicodin and prescribed by Yuzo, DDS spanning several years. See more
Police Chief Whalen tells Gibbs that according to Emmy Poole's mother she had been suffering from depression for the last few years as they look into her medicine cabinet. All the medications are for treating moderate pain and prescribed by a dentist. There were no antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications visible in the cabinet. See more
Lance Cpl. Jaime Ramos
The thing is, sir, Doc isn't around to defend himself now. YOU have to!
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