|Crime and Punishment (Part II)|
|Season 4, Episode 10|
|Air date||December 9, 2002|
|Written by||Paul G. Golding|
|Directed by||Peter Ellis|
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Bosco and Cruz go after Miguel's shooter. Sully has vague memories of the day before. Ty confronts his boss.
Short summary Edit
Bosco is dismayed as he watches Cruz go to the extreme lengths of planting drugs, frightening children, and faking a dying declaration in their attempt to arrest the drug dealer who killed another dealer and then attempted to to kill the 12 year old boy who witnessed the crime.
Nancy tells Ty that she's ending her relationship with Hancock and gives him the ammunition he needs to get out from under Hancock's thumb and back to duty at the 55, as well as getting Sully's suspension from duty lifted.
- Kim: They're shooting people in the ambulance now?
- Nancy: You're not like the rest of the cops.
- Davis: Why, 'cause I read a book?
- Nancy: Because you still haven't stopped believing that the good guys always win and the bad guys always lose. It's sweet. Really.
- Bosco: Look at 'em, Vernon. Look at 'em. They're all out here to watch you fall, and they can't wait for you to be gone. Forever. You hear me? For good. You'll be forgotten in a week because of one little boy. One little boy who had the stones to stand up to you. He's twice the man you'll ever be.
- Chief Hancock: You are a real pain in the ass, Davis.
- Davis: From you, sir, that's kind of a compliment.