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ROOKIE03 23' 1 1/2 ROOKIES: episode: the ride-along program

EXT MORNING WIDE: SIDEWALK ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL

(Katie, dressed in school uniform, wearing backpack, walks to
school as Laura's patrol car approaches from the rear, stops at
the curb, Laura lowers the passenger side window)

                             KATIE

(notices car)

Sis! What are you doing here?!

(approaches)

                             LAURA

It's official. Daddy created a special ride-along program for
you.

                             KATIE

You mean I'm riding with you?!

(reaches for the door latch)

                             LAURA

(pushes button, locking all car doors)

Not so fast.

                             KATIE

What do you mean?

                             LAURA

Now that the ride-along is official, it means that YOU are
technically an agent of the police department. It means you
can't search a perp's house or a suspected dead-drop sight
unless you have a search warrant.

                             KATIE

Okay.

(points)

Unlock the door.

                             LAURA

That's not all. Whenever you're on a ride-along, it means you
work for me. It means everything you do must be approved in
advance by me.

                             KATIE

Okay.

(points)

Unlock the door.

                             LAURA

That's not all. As a representative of the police department,
everything you do will be scrutinized by the department AND by
the public. No more "I'm just a little kid" excuses.

                             KATIE

Okay.

(points)

Unlock the door. Let's go!

                             LAURA

Have you heard a word I said?!

                             KATIE

Sis, I'm sorry I put you into situations that embarrassed you or
that made you cover up for me. I won't do that anymore... At
least I'll work hard at it.

                             LAURA

(unlocks doors)

Get in, partner.

(Katie smiles and enters car, car exits frame)

INT MORNING TWO-SHOT: LAURA'S PATROL CAR

                             KATIE

So, what are we working on?

                             LAURA

Well, how do you feel about crime PREVENTION?

                             KATIE

Are you saying that noone has committed a crime yet?

                             LAURA

That's right. But I'm absolutely sure that a crime will be
committed if we don't prevent it.

                             KATIE

Oh.

                             LAURA

Listen, I know that your Science Fair project is about finding
evidence and solving crimes NOT crime prevention. So, if you
want out of this case, I'll just drop you off at school.

                             KATIE

(pauses)

Has Mom already notified the School that I'm not coming in?

                             LAURA

Well, yes, but, she can always...

                             KATIE

No. It's okay. This is more fun than school anyway. Let's do
this. So, tell me about this crime that you know will happen.

                             LAURA

Lucifer Snidely is going to try to steal the Romanoff
necklace...

                             BOTH

Again.

                             KATIE

Again?! How could that be?! Lucifer Snidely must know he's a
suspect.

                             LAURA

Yes, but I never told Mrs Mansfield that Lucifer Snidely was a
suspect.

                             KATIE

Oh, please don't tell me she gave HIM the necklace for
safe-keeping!

                             LAURA

Something almost as bad. He told her that the Art Museum had
state-of-the-art security systems with security guards on duty
round the clock. So, she loaned the necklace to the Art Museum
again.

                             KATIE

Talk about a set-up! As a member of the board of Trustees for
the museum, Lucifer Snidely probably has access to all the
blueprints and paperwork for all the security systems. He would
know how to get in and get out without being caught. And now
that we've recovered the necklace twice, he would also know how
to hide it from us. This could be a perfect crime!

                             LAURA

Do you see now why I wanted you to come along?

                             KATIE

So, we're headed down to the art museum to try to guess how
Lucifer Snidely plans to steal the necklace?

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                           DIRECTOR

(gives Laura an Ipad)

The blueprints and specifications for the museum's security
systems are all on here. Let me know if you have any questions.

(exits frame as Laura and Katie stroll beside the Romanoff
necklace display case)

                             LAURA

(gives Ipad to Katie)

Can you make any sense of these security plans?

                             KATIE

(fingers the screen of an Ipad)

According to these specifications, there's always one Security
Guard strolling through the galleries and one up in the video
room watching...

(points to camera over the main entrance)

the twelve closed circuit TV cameras.

(reads)

After the museum closes, the roving guard clears the galleries
and then turns on laser detectors. After that, he comes by here
every ten minutes and looks in. Looks pretty secure to me, Sis.

                             LAURA

No security system is perfect. Let's pretend we're jewel
thieves. How do we get in and get out without being caught?

                             KATIE

With all this protection at night, it's got to be a daytime
smash and grab.

INT AFTER-HOURS WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

(dramatization: Petrova enters a dimly lit gallery running,
smashes display case, snatches the necklace and runs out of
frame)

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             LAURA

Good choice!

                             KATIE

(poking Ipad)

Now, I'm not so sure.

                             LAURA

During business hours, if the roving security guard is in the
other part of the building, what's to stop the thief from
smashing the display case, grabbing the necklace and running
out?

                             KATIE

At the very least, he'll get his picture taken by all the
cameras

(points)

when he comes in and when he goes out.

                             LAURA

But we already know what Boris Petrova looks like. He doesn't
care if his face is on one more wanted poster. Beside, he'll
probably disguise his face with a beard or glasses or something
when he comes in.

INT BUSINESS-HOURS WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

(dramatization: Security guard strolls to exit past Petrova,
who, wearing beard and glasses, turns to be sure that the guard
is out of sight, smashes display case, snatches the necklace and
runs out of frame)

                             LAURA

(voiceover)

Noone will recognize him until he smashes the glass and steals
the necklace.

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             KATIE

It says here

(points)

that each display case has a state-of-the-art tamper switch.
Breaking the glass would bring the security guard with gun
drawn.

INT BUSINESS-HOURS WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

(dramatization: Security guard strolls to exit past Petrova,
who, wearing beard and glasses, smashes display case, snatches
the necklace and runs out of frame, approaches the front door of
the museum and is greeted by a security guard with pistol at the
ready)

                             KATIE

(voiceover)

There's a good chance the perp wouldn't even make it out of the
building.

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             LAURA

You're right. The security guards carry guns. We know that
Petrova never carries a gun.

(gasps)

What if Lucifer Snidely gives up on Petrova and he hires a bunch
of gun-toting thugs instead?

                             KATIE

You mean a daring daylight armed robbery?!

                             LAURA

Yeah,...

INT BUSINESS-HOURS WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

(dramatization: three armed thugs stand with backs to the
necklace display case, while the fourth smashes the glass,
snatches the necklace, then all exit frame. When they get to the
front door of the museum, the Security Guard with gun drawn puts
gun down and backs away from the door)

                             LAURA

(voiceover)

four thugs with four guns would neutralize the security guard
with one gun.

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             KATIE

Wrong. Four thugs with guns would be spotted coming through the
front door of the museum. No, wait. According to these...

(points)

...security plans, they would be spotted by the security camera
on the sidewalk before they even got into the building. That
would give the security guard in the video room enough time to
send the alarm to the... third precinct which is...

(peruses screen)

                             LAURA

...two blocks away. You know what that means...

INT BUSINESS-HOURS WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

(dramatization: three armed thugs stand with backs to the
necklace display case, while the fourth smashes the glass,
snatches the necklace, then all exit frame. When they get to the
front door of the museum, the Security Guard with gun drawn is
now accompanied by four uniformed policeman with guns drawn)

                             LAURA

(voiceover)

No way this robbery can be carried out during business hours.

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             LAURA

So, we're back to Boris Petrova the cat burglar. But this place
is like a fortress after hours. With all these cameras, the
security guards will see him coming.

                             KATIE

(poking Ipad)

Unless they DON'T see him coming.

                             LAURA

(looks over Katie's shoulder)

You got an idea?

                             KATIE

(points)

Yeah. Right here.

                             LAURA

The roof of the building?

                             KATIE

Yeah, there are no sensors or cameras up there.

                             LAURA

That's probably because noone could ever get up to the roof.

(points)

There's only one ladder leading to the roof and that's INSIDE
the boiler room, here.

                             KATIE

(flicks Ipad screen)

Look at all these buildings across the streets and across the
alley from the museum.

                             LAURA

I'm looking.

(pauses)

And I see neighboring buildings. What about them?

                             KATIE

Two of the neighboring buildings are taller than this museum.

                             LAURA

And...?

                             KATIE

Two words: ZIP LINE.

INT AFTER-HOURS WIDE: ROOF OF NEIGHBORING BUILDING

(dramatization: Petrova fires a grappling hook and cable from a
gun from the roof of a building across the alley, piercing a
cooling tower on the roof of the museum. He ties off the cable,
then zips down the cable to the museum roof)

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             LAURA

Oh. Okay. So, he gets to the roof of the museum unseen. Now how
does he pull off the robbery without being seen by one of the
security guards?

                             KATIE

(points to the screen)

He puts the guards to sleep.

                             LAURA

He what?!

                             KATIE

Nitrous Oxide or Diethel ether.

                             LAURA

Speak English.

INT AFTER-HOURS WIDE: ROOF OF ART MUSEUM

(dramatization: Petrova pulls a small gas cylinder out of his
backpack, inserts the cannula into the air vent and turns the
valve. Inside the museum, the roving guard stumbles, grabs the
wall, then slides to the floor and falls asleep, then the guard
in the video room nods off, while back up on the roof, Petrova
dawns a gas mask and climbs down the roof access ladder)

                             KATIE

(voiceover)

The fresh air vents for the building are on the roof. The perp
inserts sleeping gas into the fresh air vent and puts the guards
to sleep. Then he climbs down the ladder...

INT AFTER-HOURS WIDE: MUSEUM SECURITY VIDEO ROOM

(dramatization: Petrova enters the video room wearing gas mask,
removes the ring of keys from the sleeping guard)

                             KATIE

(voiceover)

... to the video room where he takes the keys from the sleeping
guard...

INT AFTER-HOURS WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

(dramatization: Petrova enters the main floor from the stairway
wearing a gas mask, turns off the alarms in the display room
with the keys, unlocks the display case, snatches the necklace
and exits the frame)

                             KATIE

(voiceover)

...and uses them to shut off the alarms in the gallery and steal 
the necklace.

INT MORNING WIDE: ART MUSEUM GALLERY

                             KATIE

That way, the alarms don't go off and nobody calls the police.

                             LAURA

By golly, Katie, you might have something there!

                             KATIE

That's the way I would do it.

(offers Ipad)

                             LAURA

(takes Ipad, backs out of frame)

Okay. Let me notify the museum director to install sensors and
video cameras on the roof of the building. Then, I'll notify the
third precinct to increase after-hours police patrols around the
museum for the next few days.

(smiles, points)

Good thinking, PARTNER!

                             KATIE

(follows)

Just doing my job, PARTNER!

INT NIGHT WIDE: KATIE'S BEDROOM

                             LAURA

(enters darkened room in the light from the hallway wearing
pajamas, shakes Katie's shoulder)

Katie. Katie, wake up.

                             KATIE

(raises up partially)

It's still dark outside. It's not time to go to school yet.

(flops down)

                             LAURA

I need your help.

                             KATIE

(raises up, wide awake)

You mean with a police case?!

                             LAURA

(exiting)

Yes. Hurry and get dressed.

(closes door as Katie speaks)

                             KATIE

(sitting up)

What kind of case is it?

(swinging legs out of bed)

She asked herself with noone around to answer.

INT NIGHT TWO-SHOT: LAURA'S CAR

(Laura, already in the car, drives off as Katie closes the door)

                             KATIE

So, what's the big mystery in the middle of the night?

                             LAURA

The Romanoff necklace was stolen from the museum.

                             KATIE

That's impossible! There's only one way into the museum and
that's the roof. But they installed cameras and sensors on the
roof. So...

                             LAURA

I thought so too. But, maybe there was another way in. We'll
see. The good news is that the third precinct increased their
patrols around the museum. So, they caught the perp as he was
getting away.

                             KATIE

That Boris guy?!

                             LAURA

Yes.

                             KATIE

What about Lucifer Snidely?

                             LAURA

They asked the perp about him. But he swore he didn't even
recognize the name Lucifer Snidely. He claims the mastermind
behind the robberies always communicated with him through text
messages.

                             KATIE

So, he wouldn't even recognized Lucifer Snidely's voice?

                             LAURA

Looks like Snidely got off scott free.

                             KATIE

What about the necklace? Did they get that back?

                             LAURA

No. The perp didn't have the necklace with him when they
arrested him just two blocks away from the museum.

                             KATIE

So, he already handed it off before he got caught. But where?

                             LAURA

That's why I brought you along with me. Where do you want to
start?

                             KATIE

Well, we are fortunate that the museum has a state-of-the-art
security system.

                             LAURA

Is that your idea of humor?

                             KATIE

No. Their video cameras will tell us how the perp got in and how
he got out.

INT NIGHT WIDE: MUSEUM SECURITY VIDEO ROOM

                             KATIE

(enters, sits at the desk)

Here we are.

                             LAURA

(enters, exits, looks both ways)

We need the security guard. Where is he?

(shouts)

Somebody fetch the security guard for us please?

                             KATIE

(shouts)

We don't really need him, Sis.

(begins typing and mousing)

All these computers work pretty much the same.

(monitors come alive, and twelve different camera images show up
on the screens)

See?

                             LAURA

(reenters the room)

You never cease to amaze me!

                             KATIE

(typing and mousing)

Now we back up the recording to the time just before the perp
was arrested.

                             LAURA

(leafs through notepad)

He was arrested.... at 12:36 am.

                             KATIE

(typing and mousing)

Okay here's 12:36 am.

So, we back off a minute at a time.

(points at screen)

Here's the perp leaving the building by the back door.

                             LAURA

Good.

                             KATIE

So, we back off a couple minutes to see where he first comes
into the building.

(typing and mousing)

(points at screen)

And there's the perp coming down the hallway toward this room.

                             LAURA

But I still don't see how he got in.

(points)

He didn't get in through the front door.

(points)

And he didn't get in through the back door.

(points)

And he didn't get in through the loading dock entrance.

How did he get in?

                             GUARD

(enters)

They said you were asking for me?

                             LAURA

Oh, yes, you were on duty here in the video room tonight?

                             GUARD

Yes.

                             LAURA

We were wondering how the burglar got into the building.

                             GUARD

I don't know. I never saw him. I passed out. Didn't they tell
you?

                             LAURA

Sleeping gas. Just like you predicted, Katie.

                             KATIE

That doesn't make sense. The perp would have had to inject the
gas into the air intake system. But the air intake for the
building is up on the roof.

                             LAURA

But there's no way the perp could have gotten in that way. They
upgraded the roof security systems.

                             GUARD

If only.

                             LAURA

What do you mean?

                             GUARD

Lucifer Snidely told us there was no money in the budget for all
those new sensors and cameras.

                             KATIE

So, they didn't upgrade the security on the roof?

                             LAURA

Oh, brother!

EXT NIGHT WIDE: MUSEUM ROOF

(as Katie climbs the last few steps of the ladder, Laura enters
frame and grabs Katie's hand, pulls her up)

                             LAURA

(looks at the cable running between a nearby building's roof to
the cooling tower with the trolley wheels still attached and the
gas cylinder attached to the fresh air vent)

(motions broadly)

Looks like the perp did it exactly the way you said he would:

(dramatization: Petrova, dressed in all black and wearing a
black ski mask, fires a grappling hook and cable from a gun from
the roof of a nearby building, impaling a cooling tower on the
roof of the museum. He ties off the cable, then zips down the
cable to the museum roof)

(voiceover)

He connected a cable between the roofs of the two buildings,
then he used it as a zip line to ride down here.

(dramatization: Petrova pulls a small gas cylinder out of his
backpack, inserts the cannula into the air vent and turns the
valve. Inside the museum, the roving guard stumbles, grabs the
wall, then slides to the floor and falls asleep, then the guard
in the video room nods off.

(voiceover)

Then he connected a cylinder of sleeping gas to the fresh air
duct and put the security guards to sleep.

(dramatization: Petrova enters the video room wearing a gas
mask, removes the ring of keys from the sleeping guard, enters
the main floor from the stairway, turns off the alarms in the
display room, unlocks the display case, snatches the necklace
and exits the frame)

(voiceover)

Now the perp can proceed at his leisure. He removes the ring of
keys from the sleeping guard, enters the main floor from the
stairway, turns off the alarms in the gallery, unlocks the
display case, and takes the necklace and makes his getaway.

                             KATIE

(moving toward the back alley)

According to the surveillance video, he escaped through the back
door of the museum into the back alley, down there.

(points at the alley below)

                             LAURA

That makes sense. He was arrested two blocks in that direction.

(points)

                             KATIE

According to the time stamp on the video, he left this building
at 12:33. What time was he arrested?

(pokes cell phone screen)

                             LAURA

(pages through notepad)

12:36. That doesn't give him much time to hide the necklace,
does it? Just running down the alley to the sidewalk,

(points)

down the sidewalk two blocks

(points)

that way would take most of the three minutes. You don't suppose
he just tossed it somewhere along the way, do you? Or maybe
handed it off to somebody?

                             KATIE

(looking up)

Do you believe in mere coincidence?

                             LAURA

I'm a cop. Of course not.

                             KATIE

(points up)

Look where the zip line came from and look at the direction he
ran after he left the building.

                             LAURA

Same direction!

                             KATIE

(points to cell phone screen)

Do you know who owns that building across the alley from the
museum?

                             LAURA

Lucifer Snidely.

                             KATIE

You're a winner.

                             LAURA

That would give the perp full access to that building before and
AFTER the robbery. So, he didn't necessarily run AROUND that
building. He saved himself some time by running THROUGH that
building.

(turns toward ladder)

We need to search that building.

                             KATIE

Wait.

                             LAURA

(turns)

What?

                             KATIE

Lucifer Snidely didn't get rich by being a fool.

                             LAURA

What do you mean?

                             KATIE

He now knows that we know that he used two of his buildings as
dead drops. He's too smart to point the finger at himself for
three robberies in a row.

                             LAURA

(climbing down the ladder)

Just to be on the safe side, I'll search the alley and the first
floor of that building.

                             KATIE

(follows)

While you're doing that, I'll look for hiding places on the
other side of that building.

EXT NIGHT WIDE: CITY COMMERCIAL AREA STREET

(Katie shines her flashlight into several possible hiding
places, then notices three coin operated newspaper dispensers on
the sidewalk, approaches, examines each one thoroughly with the
flashlight as Laura enters frame)

                             LAURA

I had the security guard in there open every door on the first
floor.

                             KATIE

(still examining dispensers)

Any luck?

                             LAURA

(points flashlight down a nearby storm drain)

Naw. You were right. Snidely wouldn't point the finger at
himself again. How about you? Any luck?

                             KATIE

Yeah. I think this is the dead-drop.

                             LAURA

A newspaper dispenser?! That's not very logical!

                             KATIE

You got a quarter?

                             LAURA

Yes, but this is a waste of time. You don't hide a
million-dollar necklace in a place where ANYBODY could find it!

                             KATIE

Try your quarter in this machine.

(points at end machine)

                             LAURA

You're wasting valuable time.

                             KATIE

Try it, PARTNER.

                             LAURA

(pulls quarter from pocket, tries unsuccessfully to insert it
into the slot)

It doesn't fit.

                             KATIE

Look at the date on the newspapers inside.

                             LAURA

(reads)

It's two days old.

                             KATIE

Do you see anything else different about this dispenser?

(digs through her backpack)

                             LAURA

(examines machine quickly)

It's newer than the other two machines.

                             KATIE

It's brand new. It's spotless. And...

                             LAURA

And it's not bolted to the sidewalk like the other two machines.
It's like it was just placed here recently... as a dead-drop.
Very clever! Noone would want to buy a two-day-old newspaper,
but even if they tried to buy it, they couldn't insert the
quarter into the slot.

(Katie pulls out a slim-jim, slides it into the coin slot of the
machine, subtly tugs and twists)

That's a burglar tool you're using!. Where did you get that?!

                             KATIE

I made it in Daddy's workshop.

                             LAURA

Did you know that it's illegal in this state to own burglar
tools?

                             KATIE

It's only illegal if I'm not a cop. But, because I'm your
partner, it's legal.

(opens door of dispenser)

                             LAURA

Wait a minute. We need a warrant, don't we?

(pulls out cell phone, pokes keys)

                             KATIE

(pulling out newspapers singly)

Think again. For both trash containers and newspaper dispensers
on public sidewalks, there is no expectation of privacy. The
person who puts a dispenser on a public sidewalk EXPECTS it to
be opened.

(removes the final paper, sees a small vault door on the floor
of the machine, but all ten number keys on the keypad are
covered with stickers containing words:

pepper

cats

lightning

ketchup

sugar

pans

exit

dad

moon

feet)

Well, what have we here?!

                             LAURA

(shines flashlight)

Nice work, partner!

Wo! Words instead of numbers! How do we open it?

                             KATIE

Well, I already looked at the outsides of all the machines, and
there were no clues outside. So, the clues must be in one of
these.

(offers newspapers)

                             LAURA

(takes the top newspaper, unfolds newspaper, lays it on top of
dispenser, scans with flashlight, sighs)

Wow. There's a lot of words in one newspaper, we could be at
this all day.

(points to newspaper below the fold)

Or not.

(close-up of ten words circled on the front page:

mustard

cream

salt

dogs

thunder

mom

sun

hands

pots

entrance)

Here. He circled some of these words on the front page below the
fold.

(repeatedly compares the words to those on the ten-key pad)

I'm guessing that from top to bottom, these must be the order we
should press the keys.

Bummer. None of these words are the same as the words on the key
pad.

Now what?

                             KATIE

(shines light)

Let's see. Are these words the opposite of those words? No.

Are they synonyms? No.

(snaps fingers)

These words are go-togethers!

                             LAURA

Say what?

                             KATIE

Well, look here. The first word in the newspaper is MUSTARD.
MUSTARD always goes together with...

                             LAURA

Ketchup! I think you've got it, partner!

(presses the KETCHUP button, then repeatedly compares the next
newspaper word with keypad word and presses the keys)

cream and... sugar

salt and... pepper

dogs and... cats

thunder and... lightning

mom and... dad

sun and... moon

hands and... feet

pots and... pans

entrance and... exit

(pulls open the door, pulls out the Romanoff necklace, shows it)

Sheer genious, partner!

                             KATIE

(yawns, stretches)

Can we go home now?

INT MORNING WIDE: MOTHER'S KITCHEN

(Katie and Laura enter from garage as Mother butters the toast)

                             LAURA

Morning!

                            MOTHER

(turns)

No wonder you didn't come to breakfast. I was just going to
knock on your door again. Where have you been?

                             CHIEF

(enters frame carrying suit coat)

That's a good question. Where have you been?

(drapes coat over chair back, sits)

                             LAURA

We arrested Boris Petrova!

                             CHIEF

The jewel thief wanted by Interpol? Good for you!

                            MOTHER

I've always said "The best man for the job is a woman."

                             CHIEF

Did you catch him in the act of burglary?

                             LAURA

(sits)

No. But this time, he left his finger prints on the dead drop.
We got him, Daddy! We got him!

                            MOTHER

So, what about a promotion to detective for our daughter, Chief?

                             CHIEF

Marian, you know we don't have money in the budget for
promotions.

                             LAURA

It's okay, Daddy. I just love doing detective work. I don't care
if I get a gold badge.

                             CHIEF

(to Katie)

What about you, my little angel? Would you like to be a
detective some day?

                             KATIE

Maybe...

(exiting)

After I get some sleep. Mama, would you mind if I skip
breakfast?

                            MOTHER

Not at all, honey. You get back to bed. I'll call the school and
tell them you're not coming in today.

                             CHIEF

(to Laura)

She didn't seem very enthusiastic. Aren't you two getting along?

                             LAURA

Oh, she's just tired. She was a real trooper last night. She was
spot on about the M.O. of the perp, how he got into the museum,
how he got out, even how he would disable the security guards.
She was the one who found the dead-drop and she figured out the
combination to the vault inside. And we only had one
disagreement.

                             CHIEF

What was that?

                             LAURA

The dead-drop used by the perp was a coin operated newspaper
dispenser on the sidewalk. Katie said it was public, so she
didn't need a search warrant to open it. I said she did. Am I
going to get into trouble for letting her open it?

                             CHIEF

Katie's right on this one, Laura. The vendor who put it on a
PUBLIC sidewalk had no expectation of privacy, so no warrant is
needed.

                             LAURA

What if Katie opened the newspaper dispenser with a burglar
tool?

                         CHIEF & MOTHER

With a what?!

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