There is a bloodstained mattress and evidence markers and print dust all over the place. There is a blood splatter on the wall. There is dead body odour in the place.
We notice several matchbooks from Gideon’s Bar and Grill. There is also a smashed monitor in one of the rooms being used as an office. There is a bullet hole in the wall. The computer tower sees OK. We confiscate the hard drive.
Crowley and Malkin go into the bar and grill. It is full of overweight patrons, and the bartender in on a stool with many gold chains and crosses.
The bartender claims Joseph was in a couple of days ago and was acting kind of odd lately.
He says he was talking to Charlie and that got him worked up.
Charlie is a crazy guy that lives at a church.
We head to the church.
Is is fairly ornate and well maintained and run by Father Henry Bradley.
The caretaker that is cleaning up says he hasn’t seen Charlie in a couple of weeks, which is strange because he sleeps in the basement. Claims he wasn’t right in the head.
Charlie used to be a patient at the institute.
We go to the rectory to talk to Father Bradley.
He hasn’t seen Charlie in two weeks and doesn’t have his medicine. He suffers from manic depression.
We then go to the church basement. There is an unmade cot and a dresser. Crowley places a bug.
The Father says that he sometimes eats out at Sarah’s Place, on Roosevelt and 12th. She lets him eat there for free.
We go there to investigate. It is a classic dinner on the corner.
On the way in David Lacoste notices something suspicious glinting from across the road in a second story apartment above a liquor store.
David Lacoste subtley points this out, and Malkin and Tain non-chalantly go over to investigate.
Malkin senses the presence of 7 people, 5 in the liquor store and 2 in the apartment.
Crowley goes over to pick the lock to the apartment. David Lacoste and Tenant go inside and take a seat by the window.
There is a group of Black youths wearing sleeveless leather vests. There is a strikingly beautiful woman with a large wirey man with his arm around her, a world weary waitress, and regular patrons from the neighbourhood.
Crowley unlocks the door and they go upstairs.
Tain bursts in claiming to be FBI. Silenced assault rifles & pistols fire out at them.
Tain takes a major wound, Malkin goes down.
One of them speaks into a headphone and says “Angela, we have trouble.”
In the diner Tennant notices a latino woman touch her ear and then rush over to the apartment.
We then receive an S.O.S. from Crowley.
David Lacoste runs out after the woman and shoots her in the leg, crippling her.
Tennent runs up and tries to cuff her. She fights back, kicking him in the crotch.
The woman gets into a car and drive away.
The battle is finished and Crowley takes the group to the hospital.
David Lacoste searches the place and finds some pictures of a black man in an Army Rangers uniform (they look to be military portraits) as well as some military personnel files for a man named Lt. Darryl Jones. The files and photos appear to be about a year old. There are also more recent photos of a larger black woman with the name “Sister Sarah” written on the backs along with recent dates. A lot of the photos seem to be taken around the area of Sara’s Place (the diner). There is also a lot of surveillance equipment. He confiscates it all.
The cops show up and David Lacoste explains the situation, and tells them to put out an APB on the latina woman.