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Neighborhood Watch 

The investigation into the death of a sex offender who was harassed by local police becomes more complicated after sources in the NYPD and the DA's office suggest, contrary to the evidence, that it may be the act of a serial killer.

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Megan Wheeler
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Danny Ross
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Clete Dixon
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Ricky Moss
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Sgt. Whelan
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Brenda Lally
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Faith Yancy
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Colin Ledger
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Terri Driver
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Nancy Williams
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Lew Olsen
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Robert Goodman
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The investigation into the death of a sex offender who was harassed by local police becomes more complicated after sources in the NYPD and the DA's office suggest, contrary to the evidence, that it may be the act of a serial killer.

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While Logan (Chris Noth) and Wheeler (Julianne Nicholson) are in the video store, there is a movie poster behind them for Charlie Bartlett (2007) showing Anton Yelchin. The previous season, Yelchin starred in an episode with Noth and Nicholson, Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Tru Love (2006). See more »

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You're a serial killer? Yeah. Like Hannibal Lecter
4 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

A convicted rapist, after spending his jail time, moved on from the old neighborhood to settle down in a new one with his mother. He opened a video store and managed to toe the line but inhabitants all over the area put him under pressure to leave, sending around flyers with his pictures above the writing "sex offender". One day, after closing time, he was stabbed multiple times and then the perp cut his head off and threw the body in the river. The department at first put the blame on a wanted serial killer who used to target sex offenders in the last decade, but Logan and Wheeler were not so sure. Besides, they find out the victim could have not been a rapist, being framed by his former fiancèe (Halley Wegryn Gross) and her family. Then the investigation led to local young lowlifes, but they had no reason to do such a horrible thing. Or have they?

At the end of the episode, it's easy to presume Logan is drawn to his partner, because he's a little upset when she takes a rain check to meet her in-laws.


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