Audio seems a touch fast, but I had a hard time trying to tweak it, so it is what it is.
Captain Frank Canelli takes time to hit the streets in the warmth of the night. By the time he arrives at the scene of the crime, his patrolmen already have the situation under control. The ambulance is still on the way to the car crash. Has anybody been seriously injured? A worried woman witness tells how her car was stolen, and was the other car in the crash that drove away.
Detectives are called in, to continue the investigation. Though Canelli has gone off duty, his replacement from the next shift checks at the hospital, and the condition of the victim. Mis Mailon, the owner of the stolen car is also at the hospital. Though not her fault, she still feels guilt over the incident. Has there been word of the car theif and shooter?
A twist in the investigation uncovers Miss Mailon at the core of the kidnapping, shooting, and robbery. How will the cops approach her on the matter? Not wanting to show their hand too soon, Canelli begins an interrogation.
Holes in her story are soon uncovered. How much pressure will it take to get to the real facts, or make Miss Mailon break down and confess? Layers of her story are picked apart like an onion until the whole chain of events is uncovered. Capturing the car thieves helps facilitate the matter. Do the cops have the goods on her, or not?