Sergeant Greevy and Detective Logan investigate a knife attack on city councilor Chuck Halsey, the apparent victim of a mugging and they eventually arrest two black teenagers. They deny stabbing the man admitting only to robbing him while he lay there. Greevy had heard rumors that Halsey was once a bag man collecting the take at the criminal courts but the man's reputation in recent years has been clean. An eye witness leads them to a mob hit man, Tony Scalisi, who agrees to wear a wire in return for a lesser charge. Halsey had been called as a witness in a federal investigation into parking contracts and it appears that police Deputy Commander William Jefferson, one of ADA Robinette's childhood heroes, may be implicated in the crooked scheme. Stone seeks the assistance of the FBI but their sting doesn't quite go down as planned.
Did You Know?
As this episode was originally shot for CBS in 1988, several of the main actors look noticeably different than in the rest of the episodes for season 1, which began filming in 1990. Both Chris Noth
(Mike Logan) and George Dzundza
(Greevy) look younger and thinner, while Dann Florek
has more hair and less gray. See more
In a scene where Stone and Robinette are talking in Stone's office, Stone puts on a raincoat during the conversation. In the shot where Stone faces the camera, the collar of the raincoat is down. In the shot where Stone has his back to the camera, the collar of the raincoat is up. See more
Lots of noise.
Sgt. Max Greevey
Plenty of warning.
[goes into the building to smoke out a perp, Logan runs around to the back