The hunt is on for a man who allegedly threatened his cousin with a gun.
The team responds to reports of a man brandishing a gun. "When there's the possibility of guns being involved, all my senses are on high alert," Steven says. The suspect is detained, but not before Cpt Alex Norman spots him disposing of his weapon. Steven searches the man and discovers a thick roll of cash in his pocket. The deputies scan the area for drugs that the suspect might have been selling, without success. "The good news is we got a gun off the street," Steven says. The man, who was on probation, is subsequently sentenced to ten years in jail. Steven takes time out to reflect on his mentor, the late sheriff of Jefferson Parish, Harry Lee. Sheriff Lee placed a great emphasis on improving community relations. "Being a police officer is not so much about getting the bad guy as being a friend to the good guy," Steven explains. The team stops in one neighbourhood to chat with residents and put a human face on the officers. "Steven Seagal working with the sheriff's office gives us an opportunity to break the ice," Sgt Larry Dyess remarks. After investigating a disturbance in a Hispanic neighbourhood, the deputies patrol by a known brothel. When a man runs away from the cop cars, the officers immediately give chase. After being caught, the man reluctantly admits he stopped by the house to see a girl, only to be scared off by the police cars. Will the deputies buy his story?