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out loud ♪ ♪ 'cause everyone's forgiven now ♪ ♪ because tonight's the night the world begins again ♪ i'm don lemon with a look at your headlines. president obama has asked congress to authorize military action against syria. the senate foreign relations committee will hold public hearings starting tuesday. the strikes that once seemed certain have now been delayed. here is cnn's barbara starr. president obama still has the military option on the table. five u.s. navy warships remain in the eastern mediterranean, each with about 40 of those tomahawk cruise missiles on board ready to strike, if, and
when, the president orders. a spokesman for the joint chiefs of staff told cnn, quote, we continue to refine our are targeting based on the most recent intelligence. the chairman assured the president that we would have appropriate targeting options ready when he called for them. so all of the tough words are still coming from the pentagon. another official saying, quote, if the syrian regime thinks they will gain by any delay, they will be sorely mistaken. here is the reality. already, u.s. intelligence for several days has seen the syrian regime disburse and move around its equipment, its weapons, its men, its material. that is making targeting more difficult. the pentagon knows how to do it. they have to keep an eye on all this and be ready to target as things move around to find the new target.
perhaps, even more crucial now, the big issue on the table, what if the syrian regime undertakes another chemical attack against its own people without the congress having voted yet. what will the military then be ordered to do? barbara starr, cnn, the pentagon. >> those are headlines this hour. i'm don lemon, keeping you informed. cnn, the most trusted name in news. he says you have a gun. >> put your hands on the steering wheel. >> get inside. get 'em inside. >> get down on the ground. ♪
one-two. shake them out. >> jen penn served their country in afghanistan. now, she is a police officer serving on the streets of boston. >> i am 5'3", 100 and something pounds. with that comes with a fear i'm going to be faced with a 6'2", 250-pound muscular guy who doesn't want to go to jail that day. when i don't want to get up at 5:00 in the morning and go to boxing, i think of being in a foot chase and losing. there is that chance that you'll be fighting for your life on the side of the road where your backup is a minute away. i have to stay on top of my game. it could save my life. it could save my partner's life.
>> dig it in, dig it in. >> that's a tremendous amount of responsibility i take very seriously. >> even though they have only been partners for a few months, patrol officers, jen penn and pat rogers know each other well. >> you drink some bad stuff. >> i do. i've always wanted to do a cleanse. >> of that stuff? >> it has romaine and spinach and parsley and lemon. what do you think is so crazy that i want to cleanse my body? >> you don't eat bad any way. i do the cleanse the natural way. >> the natural way. coffee and chicken. >> coffee works every day. >> it works every time for you, that's for sure. >> we answer radio calls.
that's our primary function. >> good morning. how are you? >> secondary to that would be motor vehicle enforcement. >> did you square away your registration? >> you are on your way to the registry right no you. >> we're just going to give you a warning. have a good day. >> we are just a presence. we are going to be a deterrent to criminal activity. >> every traffic stop is different. some test your metal and some your patience. >> do you know it is only 30 miles an hour over here. i can't really tell. >> two things. one, your plate is obscured. i don't know if it has a cover on that. you can't have those. do you want to understand why you got stopped? >> i don't need to know. >> part of my job is to inform you. >> i got to give you my license and registration.
>> i want you to understand why i pulled you over so we can correct it. part of my job is to make sure you understand what is wrong. >> why did i pull you over? >> you have nothing better to do, i guess. >> do you have your license on you? >> thank you so much. >> he was so rude. i tried to explain why i stopped him. he doesn't want to listen. so now i'll put it in writing for him. >> get back in the car, get back in the car. >> get back in the [ bleep ] car. we have an issue. >> i have to be some place. >> we can discuss that. you don't get out of the car on a traffic stop. >> you are welcome to do that, sir. >> being a female police officer comes with certain challenges and objecstacles. there are people that just don't respect a woman in a role of authority. i have dealt with quite a few people that just cannot handle the fact that it's a female telling them what to do.
>> want to stop for a second? >> no, i'm good, i'm good. >> you guys ready? the first thing i want to do is go down to an address on river street. >> the fugitive unit tracks down criminals on the run, oftentimes, the worst of the worst. cold-blooded, dangerous and desperate. >> then, we'll go from there. >> any questions? >> no. >> today, officers greg dankas and winston delio will work together as partners. they are going after anthony woodrow, a hard core drug dealer convicted of selling crack cocaine in a school zone. he escaped from a transitional facility called the brook house where he is finishing a two-year jail sentence. >> he walked away from the brook house five months ago. doctor you go dealer. search warrants on his house. >> the problem is, woodrum, has a lot of places to hide. >> that's his girl?
>> she visits him a lot in jail. the target's son. >> this is the target's nephew. >> he has also got a warrant. >> it is a giant shell game. dankers gets an idea. maybe we will go to everywhere except for her. obviously, he'll get the word the police are looking for him. >> he is going to go to hers. >> right. hopefully, we can get three or four people to call him and say, the police were here, the police were here and then, the police never came here. we can focus on that. >> how does that sound? >> it sounds like an awesome idea. >> so you and i will do this case. >> all right. maybe we can get some lunch. >> yeah. >> where you want to go? >> i don't know. lunch is on you. >> want to go to sal's? >> i don't do sal's. >> you don't like sal's. >> no. >> do it. >> some jerk chicken.
can i eat that sitting on the toilet, because that's what i'll need to do. >> you want to go all wait to west roxbury? >> it is not all the way. it is a city. >> the north end. >> the north end. yeah. >> now, you talking crazy. >> how we going to work together if you can't even go there on lunch. >> across town, jen and pat switched to an unmarked car for a new assignment, tracking down a warrant. >> elvis. >> elvis de la cruz is on probation for assaulting his next girl frentd. he allowed the battery on his gps monitoring battery to die, i with is cause for immediate arrest. >> the thing is, the gps makes a ton of noise if the battery is dying. so probably on purpose. >> he could be out and about running the streets, doing whatever. >> the victim on the case, maybe they want to make sure he stays
away from her. ir either way, you cuff him up. it's a big deal. >> jen and pat have a confirmed address for the pizza join where de la cruz works. when serving a warrant, nothing is guaranteed. >> we don't know how this kid is going to be when we get down there. who knows if he is really going to run but he might. >> he could be watching us from somewhere else as well. keep an eye out. >> elvis? woman: 'greece.' woman 2: 'i want to go to bora bora.' man: 'i'd always like to go to china.' anncr: download the expedia app and your next trip could be on us. expedia, find yours. [ beeping ] ♪
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then i'm going to tell you what's going on with us. >> jen and pat are serving a warrant on elvis de la cruz who violated his probation for assault by letting the battery on his gps monitoring device working out. >>. i was working all day yesterday. i went home, fell asleep. without the charge on my bracelet. woke up, put the charger on, went to work. that's it. >> they faxed us a warrant this morning for you. they want you arrested to go see your probation officer. >> so i've got to stay until tomorrow in jail. >> transpo takes him to the station. it they follow to. >> do the booking and learn more about him. >> how many hours a week do you work? >> depending, between 40 and 50. >> you are staying away from the girl you have issues with? >> actually, the bracelet, i have been feeling kind of comfortable with that. >> keeping you safe so she can't accuse you of stuff?
>> i have been taking two classes, fatherhood and batterers. >> what's the fatherhood program? >> about parents, all guys. so we just talk. >> about how tough it is being a father? >> yeah, and we take care of our kids and everything. >> honestly, elvis, you are doing the right thing. you are working more than what most adults i know. you are trying to take care of your daughter. i hope the best for you. i hope you never see me again unless it is fpicking up pizza. we'll get you situate and call and go from there. okay. thanks. step this way. he made some bad choices but he was trying to make up for it. he was trying to do the right thing, which is important to see. there is a lot more to policing than putting the handcuffs on someone and putting them in a jail cell. maybe they need someone to actually listen to them.
>> i have a twin sister, melissa. growing up, we have just always had different personalities. she has made choices that i don't agree with. she has been in some trouble with the law and drugs and battling addiction. i haven't seen her in like two years. i struggle with the fact that i am not close wither had. about two years ago, she had a baby boy, tristan. she put him up for adoption. it was really tough on the family. i'm determined to stay apart of his life. >> hi, jen. come in. good to see you. >> thank you so much for inviting me. >> look here. >> hi, buddy. >> he is so big. >> we're lucky enough where his adoptive parents, jen and paul,
really do want us to be in his life. so it's nice to see now that he is a little bit older, you can see the facial features coming in. >> he looks like you. >> they want tristan to have as many people in his life that he can that love him. that includes my sister. >> i was looking forward to meeting her. >> but then she didn't make it. >> yeah. i think she is just too sad. >> i wish that i could raise a child. >> while you are working 70 hours a week. >> i'm working a lot. i live alone but i think what you guys are doing is amazing. we're thrilled and very happy to have you guys be in his life and in our lives as well. >> we appreciate it. i think there is going to be a ton of people that love him. >> yes. >> can i get a picture? >> there you go. >> the end goal for me is to be happy and content an live a life that i'm proud of. that includes my sister. although i don't necessarily
agree with how she handled being a mom. and how she handled that responsibility. i have to move past that. she has to move past that. with that, i think it would be good for her to have a relationship with trystan and if i can help that along and facilitate that. then, i want to do that. but, first, i have to find her. >> across town, greg and the fugitive unit are just starting their shift. their target is drug dealer, anthony woodrum. >> he walked away from a halfway house. he has a long criminal history. tle call him drop rock. always dealing drugs. there was information he might be at regina road with some female he might be with. she has a warrant for assault and battery. >> dankers plan is to bang on the doors of all of woodrum's
associates hoping someone will give up information on his whereabouts. >> you are trish, right? >> is anthony here? >> no. >> anybody else here? just me and mary. >> open the door, mary. >> we are looking for this gentleman. >> oh, know, i never seen him. >> call him drop rock. >> no, sir. >> you sure? >> positive. >> what's your name? >> natty. >> do you have an i.d.? >> you just kind of crashing here? >> no, no, no. we're friends. >> i wish you could just tell us where that guy is. >> i don't know. >> both women are wanted on drug charges. so dankers gives them a choice. they can give up woodrum or go to jail. >> they know but they are going to jail. they are not going to give him up. they probably buy off him. they don't know. they wouldn't play. >> every day anthony woodrum is out on the street, there is a
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that coffee breaks down tooth enamel. thankfully, she uses act restoring mouthwash. it rebuilds tooth enamel, making your teeth two times stronger. act. smile strong. let me see who is here first. me. >> i was surprised. >> my mom is my best friend. she is someone that i go to with just about everything in my life. >> did you want that? >> they do take that. >> so what have you done this week?
>> work, work. >> how is pat? >> yeah. >> he is such a nice guy. >> we had a really good arrest the other night with drugs. >> oh, my goodness. >> look at all that money. >> those are all hundred dollar bills. >> look at that. >> wow, you and pat must have been happy about that. >> we did a little high-five in the middle of the street. >> i'll have the nachos. >> thank you. >> i saw trystan. it couldn't have worked out more perfectly there. >> they have the intelligence to know that. you remember after she delivered him. i said, what good are you to him? i can't believe that you thought it was a good idea to have him adopted. i said, i think it's the best thing that could happen. i couldn't take him. i tried. my doctor said, i could not take care of him. >> how can she be so selfish to not see that that was the best decision for him?
mentally, she should know that she didn't have the means to take care of him. she knows she wasn't clean. she didn't have a plan. >> the poor baby had to go through withdrawal. i know that he is in a good home. to him, that's his family, even though it hurts. >> mom, it's the same like we had this conversation five years ago, seven years ago. it is the same thing over and over again. she'll get on probation and she gets violated. seeing her picked up for prostitution or in and out of the court system given what i deal with every day, it just goes against everything i sort of see. >> it is hard for me, because i'm her mother. >> i know, mom. >> no matter what, at the end of the day, i still love her. i still worry about her. >> my new year's resolution this year was to try to have some sort of communication with her. even talking to you, i'm just so pissed off.
i hate to say it. i'm just pissed. i'm hopeful. i want to be hopeful for you. she is my twin sister. a part of my feels that we should have someone that i would like to have the lines of communication open because i want to be a part of trystan's life and i want him to be a part of our family. i really would like to find her. >> meanwhile, the fugitive unit continues to search for drug dealer, aen on this any woodrum. they are pressuring all of his known associates. so far, no one is talking. tonight's target, woodrum's nephew, deval, reputed drug member. >> is deval home?
>> i think so. >> he never went to court. >> he didn't? >> we knew his bedroom was in the basement. deval. we go in there. we say, show your hands. you are under arrest. you are not dressed. you are getting handcuffed and we're dressing you. we are doing everything for you. it's out of your control. >> are you crazy? we can't let people just walk around in the houses where they might have weapons hidden or guns or knives or whatever. >> we're going to help you. >> that's cool. >> you always in a gang? >> i ain't in no gang. >> why did you tell my grandmother i'm in a gang? >> you said you were. >> it is not disrespectful. if you are in a gang, you got to be in a gang. you just said you were h-block. >> shut up.
i don't want to talk to y'all. you tell me grandma i'm in a gang. >> you take him to the station for booking on the outstanding warrants. he didn't rat out his uncle but woodrum is bound to hear the cops are after him. they hope he will take the bait and head to his girlfriend's house to hide. >> i'm not sure what my sister is doing with her life right now. she kind of has had different boyfriends here and there and has been in different cities and i don't always know what those cities are or where she is at. when we are on patrol or i'm driving around, we are getting these calls for someone that o.d.'d or a prostitute that got beat up, it is difficult not to think of my sister. it is difficult not to imagine
that it could be her. >> a fight going on inside the apartment. >> a call comes in about a fight in hyde park. >> any mention of weapons. >> it is on a dangerous block where recently, a pregnant woman was shot to death at a party. >> we have no idea whose at fault, who started it, what's going on. >> back up, what the -- are you doing? that's one of the most dangerous situations we could be in. >> get out of here now. >> take the keys out. take the keys out. throw them on the ground. someone says you got a gun. sit them right on the steering wheel. >> slowly, unlock the door.
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>> i patted my guy down. >> who had the firearm? >> he did. you just hang tight. you seem to be the most reasonable guy here. >> i was trying to stop that when i got hit. >> you were here to see who? >> i was newly released to the system. >> what's the fight about? >> they start smoking weed. >> my nephew tells them, they got kids in the house. i get in the middle. the driver hits me. the whole thing escalated. the thing now is, we're trying to find them. we need to know if they ditched it. >> you didn't see anyone with guns? >> in the car, in the car, yes. >> he has a gun. >> so you are saying he was in the car when he pointed that at you? >> he was in the car? >> yes. >> while the canine team looks for the gun, jen and pat head back to the station to book the two suspects. >> that was fun.
>> i spilled the water everywhere. i spilled the water everywhere. >> did you spill the water on this? >> no. i spilled it there. >> stop pressing buttons. >> the lights in the back are going on for no -- reason. shorted out the whole thing. was it the whole water. >> no. i just spilled some water. >> not even touching it. look at this. a blinking christmas tree. >> i'm going to have to get you a sippy cup. >> hello. >> look whose home.
>> what's going on? >> good morning. >> good morning. >> how's work? >> it was good. >> my wife right now works what we call the midnight shift. she works 11:45 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. >> what time did they get up? >> we have 4-year-old twin boys who already have different personalities, greg tends to be a lot more outgoing and adam tends to be a little shyer. >> i am going to get zach something. you are going to get ready for school. >> my kids understand what we do for a living. they will say, mommy and daddy are police officers. they catch the bad guys but i don't think they have a complete grasp of what we do when we go to work. >> say, buy, da-da? >> give me a kiss. >> bye, da-da. >> in the hunt for anthony
woodrum, street name, drop rock, dankers and the fugitive unit get an unexpected lead. >> some of his boys when they shot a video, there were a whole bunch of license plates. this is good. we know where he is hanging at. >> get the gang and hit them all and see what we find. >> a few hours later, the night gang unit steps in to assist in the hunt for anthony woodrum. they have intel that local gangs will have a big presence at a hip-hop concert. they are going there to help keep the pressure on. >> i don't know if you want to know or not but so far we have seen h-block, mhp and 214. yo!
>> you are under arrest. stop resisting. >> the gang members refuse to cooperate but the word is out on the street that the cops are after drop rock. it's all part of dankers strategy to convince woodrum his only safe house is the one the cops haven't visited yet, the home of his girlfriend. on patrol in hyde park, you never know what to expect in the wee hours of the morning. >> still, we are thinking that. >> get off the phone. why do you think it is okay to take your penis out of your pants on hyde park avenue? >> it's not right. i'm sorry. it's not okay.
>> not even partially blocked off. >> i.d.? >> you've been drinking? >> yeah, yeah. >> where were you drinking? uh, at my job. >> you live right there. you couldn't make it home. >> you couldn't have pissed in your own yard? >> all right. we're good. let's go. don't say sorry to us. say sorry to the tree. >> assigned to night shift, jen penton spends her day searching for her twin sister, melissa. a friend has seen melissa in the ci city of lynn just north of boston. >> i'm going to head over to lynn p.d. and see if they have
any information on her whereabouts. >> i am trying to find out information about my sister, melissa pen ton, penton. >> yep. i can give you a view of the log. >> that would be helpful, thank you. >> okay. hold on a second. >> thank you. >> she is in on the 24th, the middle of the week. >> it says she was bailed out. does that mean she was arrested and bailed from the station or did she go right to court? >> she should have been bailed right here from the station. >> just trying to figure out right now if she has any warrants or if she is on probation to kind of get track of her. >> is this her new address? >> that would be the address she gave at the time of booking. >> okay. >> thank you so much. >> i'm very worried for my sister.
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using information from the lynn police department, jen penton has made contact with her twin sister, melissa. today, they will meet for the first time in almost two years. >> there are things i want to say to her and things i think that she should hear. i think it's going to be difficult to swallow some of my anger and issues. i can't go in there and take on my police stance of controlling the situation, because it is not like that.
there is this pit in my stomach. i would say it is probably a lot of emotion, a lot of not knowing what to expect. >> hi, jen. how are you? >> how are you? >> good. >> how are you? >> good. >> hi, um lewis. >> jennifer. nice to finally meet you. >> see, she does look a lot like me, doesn't she? >> do you know where sylban street is? >> we are going to go there. >> let's go. >> how does that sound? >> bye. >> the specials right up top. >> do you like my hair? >> i cut it a little bit ago. >> where were you? >> jail. >> oh, you were. i thought mom said you were out. >> no. i just got out. no. i was but that didn't work out
the way it was supposed to. yeah, i got six months suspended, two years probation. i would rather just do it in six months and get it over with. >> you would rather go to six months than stay on probation for two years. >> four months. >> tell me about the program that you were in. >> it was a christian-based program. we would work eight hours a day. >> i work 8 1/2 hours a day. you no he that's what most people work. >> it wasn't a really good program. >> you have been to kind of a ton of programs. i don't think you have ever completed any of them, have you? >> no, no. i almost did. anyway, tell me what you've been up to. >> i'm in boston p.d. i actually want to work in narcotics. >> that will teach you something. >> i could teach you something. >> i think you are right about that. hopefully, not from present experience. hopefully, in past experience, yeah. >> anyways, where is my present? i want it.
>> oh, my god, look at my son. he looks exactly like me. >> yeah. >> so i have some good news. >> what? >> when i went to go see trystan and his new family, they were amazing and all about us being a part of his life and having you in his life and everything and i think if you wanted to set something up or if you wanted to go with me or go with mom or whoever, we could go see him. >> yeah, i definitely do. i want him to know me and not think i abandoned him and just left him. i doesn't want him angry at me. >> if you want to be a part of his life, they want that. >> i definitely want to see him and see where he lives and when he gets older and when he is able to talk, i want him to have my phone number and call me any time he wants. i don't know if they don't want
me to call. >> they do. they are amazing. >> if it doesn't work, then you get disappointed and i don't like disappointment. i have enough disappointment in my life. ♪ >> i think addiction is a journey. it doesn't solve itself overnight. she could battle with this probably for the rest of her life. ♪ >> she has to want it for herself. i can't want it for her. my mom can't want it for her. even her son can't want it for her. i was in the u.s. army for four years. i served in desert shield and
desert storm. the army prepared me for the police department. the military taught me you have to be prepared, be ready. you don't know what's coming. when i first started with the boston police department, we got a call for a person with a knife. i remember looking to my left. the suspect pulls his hands out from under his shirt, big, rus y machete. he just started running towards me, never said a word. as i'm running, i dwot to the right. he wasn't two feet behind me. he had the machete over his head. he was going to split my head open like a watermelon. i got the gun out, fired and kept running. he was down on the ground. that was it. he was done, one round. every day that i go to work, i think about that day. i know how fast things can get out of control and how dangerous
this job really is. >> it's "d" day for greg dankers and the hunt for drug dealer, an thoen any woodrum. he has been carefully laying a trap visiting every one of his associates except for his girlfriend hoping woodrum will believe that her apartment is the only safe place to hide. >> this next address, she is the one that's been with him for years. it's cold and rainy. maybe they will be snuggled in watching movies, eating popcorn and we can grab them. bam, time to go back to jail. >> with the fugitive unit spread out across the city, today, dankers rides alone. >> the brown tan on the left, the bricks. she is supposed to be there on the third floor.
he looks good but i couldn't see his face. >> he is on the deal now. black leather jacket, blue jeans and a skull cap. he is getting in a black mercedes. 37. anybody else close by to rockland and dale. how far away are you guys? he might take off. >> greg, we are coming up. stand by. >> with no backup nearby, dankers has to make a choice, whether to move on the suspect by himself or let him go. >> obviously, i no know how dangerous this job is. this guy is a bad ass. he may be trying to dust himself off but i'm just going to stick with him. >> yeah, you see me. anybody else close by.
>> anybody behind me? i need some backup now. >> which way is the car heading? >> taking a right toward warren up toward groves hall. >> hey, pull in front of him too to stop him. >> police, don't move. >> get out of the car. >> put this window down. roll down the back window. >> anthony, right? >> can i get a license, please? you have no i.d. on you? >> you are 44 years old. >> the guy in the car says his name is andre epps but dankers isn't buying it? >> he didn't have any i.d. on him.
your tattoos aren't going to lie. we are going to have pictures of those tattoos. yeah, that's him. we got him. >> relax. stay right in the vehicle. >> you can't hide those tattoos. >> okay, greg, that's positive. >> he had glasses on, tried to give me a fake name. this is good. we move on to the next case. >> now, i don't take it home with me. i almost have to look at it like it is a game. i know i'm going to be lied to. i know somebody is going to try to assault me. i know someday somebody might even try to kill me again but i can't let that bother me. >> check this thing out. let me know what it is like. >> i can't go home angry or mad or stressed out that this guy hasn't been caught or that guy hasn't been caught. obviously, moo i boys help me a lot. i get to escape through them. >> everybody in.
let's see how many people we can get in here. >> my kids, my family are a big part of helping me stay sane. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. what are you doing over there? >> just like in the years of doing this job, you realize how fragile life is. as a police officer, it is a struggle knowing that my sister is on the other side of that line, the line i choose to stand on the right of. >> steve, what's going on? did you miss a court date? >> specially when i'm dealing with people in similar situations like my sister that might have a warrant but i'm arresting them. what are these for? >> an l-20 arrest on another code 11. >> when i talk to people that are battling with addiction, they look at you with the most sad, hopeless look. they are outside of themselves. this he are doing it but they don't want to. >> been drinking this morning,
last night? it's awful to think about and then put someone that you care about, put someone that is in your family in that situation. it's really difficult to deal with that. >> out on the street when we are dealing with people, they look at us and they look at the police as, geez, these robot faces that just don't understand. i get that a lot. you don't understand. what do you know about my situation? i do know. i've seen personally, what drugs and crime can do to a family. there are things you can do in life and choices that you can make to get you away from where you were brought up.