Reed gets a lesson in having to continue doing his job, including the mundane routine of administering a sobriety test to a drunk driver, searching for the victim of a pool hall brawl, and running down a punk in a foot pursuit, all in the shadow of a close friend being critically wounded in the line of his everyday duties as a police officer.
Malloy and Reed take an early call concerning a liquor store robbery, then while patrolling the hills stop and talk to a couple of young boys, warning them about walking on the road and not to play with matches. On their way through the hills, they are flagged down about a woman who drove off the road and consequently find her baby in the brush near the crash scene. Back down in the valley, they arrest a robber who hit the same liquor store and after "lunch", get called to a domestic disturbance involving very loud noise.
Reed and Malloy start the evening shift off with a 415 disturbance call between two peaceniks who are fighting in the Temple of Love. A red Mustang then takes them on a short high speed chase, a liquor store is busted up by hoodlums, and another 415 disturbance call turns out to be a babysitter who can't swim needing help with her charge who has fallen into a pool.
Malloy and Reed must deal with two very tipsy women who are fighting over the same man, on the road they are flagged down by a cab driver who was just held up. He jumps in the cruiser and points out the guy dressed like a cowboy staring at a building. Back on the street, they talk with a man mistaken by Mexicans as the President of the United States, and then must use special weapons to flush out a man who is shooting from the window of a house.
Los Angeles Police officers Jim Reed and Pete Malloy are dispatched to investigate the theft of a man's lawn.
Reed and Malloy set a trap for two burglary suspects within a building that manufactures swimwear, and later the officers help capture a prowler who is stalking a model.
Officers Reed and Malloy have to break apart a couple of feuding neighbors, attempt to find a stolen car with a boa constrictor in the trunk, and effect a rescue of two people from a house on fire.
When officers Reed and Malloy get to a communal house occupied by hippies, they find a young girl, who has run away from home, extremely sick from narcotic use.
Officers Reed and Malloy take part in a city wide search for a family's car that was stolen, along with the Christmas toys in it's trunk. They also arrest a holiday drunk driver.
Season 1, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/4/1969
Log 81: The Long Walk
Malloy and Reed are dispatched to a silent alarm set off during a holdup, then find themselves in the middle of a shootout with three suspects, and finally try to help an elderly man who is walking to his home...in South Dakota!
Season 1, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/11/1969
Log 36: Jimmy Eisley's Dealing Smack
Reed and Malloy lend aid to a young woman, and the officers lead a raid on a dope dealer's apartment, breaking up the drug ring run from there.
Reed and Malloy assist park rangers in catching a horse thief, a homesick Texan who was high on drugs at the time. The officers then chase two gunmen in a high speed pursuit.
Reed returns fire and kills a suspect, only to get grilled all night at the station.
There are good reasons for the policies police officers must follow, even if citizens don't like them. And this time when Malloy and Reed fail to follow the book on a traffic stop, an armed robbery suspect gets away.
A woman won't let Reed and Malloy go until they fix her television antenna, and Malloy works dilegently to keep a man from jumping from a building.
Malloy is a part-time student at a local college, where he suddenly finds himself in the middle of of a riot.
A teenager is threatening to commit suicide and Malloy and Reed try to talk the troubled youth out of it.
A brash cop with reckless disregard for safety is teaching young rookies the wrong way to handle dangerous situations.
A call brings Malloy and Reed into the investigation of child neglect.
Malloy writes a young woman a traffic ticket and then is bombarded with attention and affection, all of which he doesn't want.
A couple of neighbors co-own a boat and continually fight over it so Malloy and Reed do their best to mediate this latest rift.
Malloy and Reed on patrol deal with a domestic dispute, the theft of a fur, and the noise from a loud party.
Malloy and Reed track down a young shoplifter who had escaped custody to the lair of an eccentric spiritualist she worships and tries offering stolen goods to.
Season 2, Episode 25 – Aired: 4/18/1970
Log 44 -- Attempted Bribery
The son of a rich businessman is arrested by Malloy and Reed for driving while under the influence and daddy tries to influence the officers to let his son go with a bribe.
Season 2, Episode 24 – Aired: 4/11/1970
Log 144 -- Bank Robbery
Officers Malloy and Reed must deal with a domestic dispute involving a former professional wrestler.
Season 2, Episode 23 – Aired: 4/4/1970
Log 134 -- Child Stealer
Another exciting day on patrol, Malloy and Reed chase down a suspected kidnapper, arrest carjackers, and run down an escaped prisoner.
Even though his valiant actions saved a man's life from a burning building, the young man responsible refuses to be recognized for the deed.
Season 2, Episode 21 – Aired: 3/21/1970
Log 74 -- Light Duty
After breaking his wrist, Malloy gets reassigned to desk duty for a few weeks.
Season 2, Episode 20 – Aired: 3/14/1970
Log 104 -- The Bomb
Malloy and Reed take cases ranging from street racers to robbers to a bomb threat to an attempt to commit suicide.
Season 2, Episode 19 – Aired: 3/7/1970
Log 94 -- Vengeance
Today's calls for Malloy and Reed include the investigation of a car theft gang, the robbery of a liquor store, and a child who gets stuck in a refrigerator.
Season 2, Episode 18 – Aired: 2/28/1970
Log 124 -- Airport
Malloy and Reeds shift this day include calls concerning a runaway girl, a robbery at a grocery store and a stolen aircraft.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Aired: 2/14/1970
Log 24 -- A Rare Occasion
While Malloy and Reed patrol the streets of L.A., they must deal with a young man on drugs at a social event.
Season 2, Episode 16 – Aired: 2/7/1970
Log 54 -- Impersonation
An investigator for the Rampart division is suspected of defrauding residents of their money.
Season 2, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/31/1970
Log 64 -- Bottom Of The Bottle
The Adam 12 team sees the same alcoholic gentleman twice in one night, at a brawl and then later at a shooting call.
Season 2, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/24/1970
Log 14 -- S.W.A.T.
Created within the Los Angeles Police Department, the Special Weapons and Tactics team are called in to find and take out a sniper.
Season 2, Episode 13 – Aired: 1/10/1970
Log 34 - Astro
Malloy and Reed are in pursuit of robbers and are being furnished air support with a police helicopter.
Season 2, Episode 12 – Aired: 1/3/1970
Log 43 -- Hostage
Malloy is seriously wounded by two escaped prisoners who are holding the officer hostage.
Season 2, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/20/1969
Log 142 -- As High As You Are
Reed and Malloy are already having a tough day, when they're called for a narcotics arrest. No sooner do they arrive, than a group of neighborhood thugs decide to interfere, making their job that much harder. After that, Reed and Malloy get a call which involves a lion in an apartment.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Aired: 12/13/1969
Log 143 -- Cave
Just a typical day on patrol with calls ranging from a stoned hippie to the search for a runaway child.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/29/1969
Log 123 -- Courtroom
Reed and Malloy are accused of overstepping the parameters of a search warrant by a suspect found to be in possession of illegal drugs.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/22/1969
Log 93 -- Once A Junkie
An ex-junkie is the suspect in an assault and robbery case and Reed and Malloy are assigned the case.
Season 2, Episode 7 – Aired: 11/8/1969
Log 63 -- Baby
Officer Malloy asks the new girl in the office out on a date. Reed should have taken the day off as his wife is in the hospital delivering a baby.
Season 2, Episode 6 – Aired: 11/1/1969
Log 103 -- A Sound Like Thunder
Reed and Malloy visit a ghost town and have to deal with a gang of bikers with guns.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/18/1969
Log 83 -- A Different Thing
Malloy and Reed are called to investigate a hit and run which soon begins to look like a homicide.
Season 2, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/11/1969
Log 23 -- Pig Is A Three Letter Word
Reed and Malloy must keep a riot from taking place after the apprehension of a pair of armed robbers sets an entire neighborhood against the police.
Season 2, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/4/1969
Log 52 -- Good Cop: Handle with Care
A pair of freelance reporters are determined to do a story on police brutality, and harass Reed and Malloy as their marks. The officers warn them to cease their behavior, but, they don't, and end up causing a tragedy.
Season 2, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/27/1969
Log 153 -- Find Me A Needle
Malloy and Reed spend their night watch attempting to find a criminal that is stalking a teenage lover's lane.
Season 2, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/20/1969
Log 15 -- Exactly One Hundred Yards
Malloy isn't thrilled about having to do community relations police work.
* Official pair of retired LAPD T-2
can lights from Trio sales.
* A rubber LAPD hand spot light.
* A roxter map light.
Get all for $2,200.00 or make offer.
Also included a copy for an old Trio light sales ad.
Cox Adam-12 .049
engine powered patrol car.