A bank raid leaves a teller dead and Harry and Stocks trying to predict where the gang will hit next. They eventually get a lead on the shooter, and Harry works with the young Samoan's parents to try to bring him in.
The police close in on the other members of the gang after the shooter confesses. This makes the youngster a target in the prison where he is being held. Harry turns to alcohol to escape his stress, unaware that his daughter, Mele, is facing her own.
The local dealers try to expand their drug operations by working with an Asian organized-crime network. Harry begins to connect the dots among the various players and learns a huge meth shipment is on its way from mainland China.
The police arrest the dealers' meth cook and persuade him to work with them. But Harry's drinking is now causing him to make mistakes. As his relationship with Mele deteriorates, a misconduct charge starts to build against him at work.
Under investigation by the police's professional standards department, Harry knows his job is on the line. Still working the case, he connects the Chinese crime network with a leading businessman and pillar of the community.
The past that Harry keeps trying to put behind him just won't go away, even as a second family tragedy looms. The police suspect they are too late to stop the arrival of the drugs shipment, but a short phone call might give Harry one last chance.
DS Jim Stockton
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