In our 22 minute Season One finale, Deputy Johnson feels like something is off with a driver’s story about why he’s traveling, and Deputy Lindley finds a carload of people who seem to be directed by one guy who can’t give a straight answer. Deputy Shack sees a truck that is all over both lines on the road, and Lt. French nabs a stolen semi trailer, much to the surprise of the driver.
FRONT LINES Season 1 Finale: “It’s not my cocaine.”
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