FBI: Most Wanted (2020) s03e05 Episode Script


1 - Hana.
- Hey.
Welcome back.
- Here, I got this one.
- Oh, thank you.
Oh, am I interrupting something? Only your welcome home dinner.
Uh, are you making lamb chops? Your favorite.
How's your mom? She's stable.
My sister is in charge now, so I can go back to living my normal life.
Whatever that means.
I mean, I knew Crosby's room was going to be empty, but I know.
I shipped his things to Oklahoma a while back.
I'm gonna miss him.
I will not miss his smelly socks.
I asked the guy at the wine store to find me a good pinot Something fun.
Fun? What does that even mean? This, apparently.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
This wine is delicious.
But you are a vegan who has compromised her principals to make me a mere welcome home dinner.
So come on, what's the bad news? I'm going to Oklahoma to be with Kenny.
That's great.
For how long? As long as it takes.
I'm sorry that I didn't tell you sooner, it's just with your mom No, Zadie, it's cool.
I'm happy for you.
Appreciate you coming out late, Ramon.
Pinball machine went on the fritz right before closing.
There'll be hell to pay if we can't get it working by morning.
I got you covered, William.
It's just My wife's on a girls' night.
This is my son, Michael.
No problem.
Come in.
- Go ahead.
- You know where it is.
Did you hear that? What? It's probably nothing.
Be right back.
What the hell are you doing? Please, we're here to help you.
I don't know you, okay? Just just get back.
- Oh, my God! - He was gonna call the cops.
Hey! Hey! Stop right there! Who are you? Please, we don't want any trouble.
Nobody was supposed to be here.
Todd, no, just let them go.
They can see us.
They can ID us.
- Dad? - Shh, it's okay.
- Don't do it! - Please.
- [YELPS.]
What are you doing? We have to go.
Now! This wasn't the plan.
He said no one was going to be here.
Come on.
Hey, hey.
Look who's back, everybody! Hana! [CHUCKLES.]
Ortiz tried to sit at your station while you were gone, but I didn't let him.
It's the most comfortable chair.
- Seriously, Ortiz? - Welcome back.
- You must be Hana.
Kristin Gaines.
I've heard great things.
- Likewise.
- Pleasure.
Isobel said Allentown PD wanted us to take over.
So what do we got? Multiple homicide, possible arson.
Fire ruined most of the evidence, so there were no prints, no DNA.
Our fugitive's a John Doe.
There were shell casings at the scene, but it looks like he took the weapon with him.
He also cut the arcade security feed, but there's a camera outside the jewelry store next door.
Can't see the arcade, but it did catch this.
A Tesla, parked overnight.
Tesla those things have rear-facing cameras.
If it was in Sentry Mode, it could've caught our perp.
I'm working on finding the owner now.
Victims are Ramon Raos and his 11-year-old son, Michael.
The arcade's manager, William Duncan, was shot in the abdomen, but he survived.
He's in critical condition at Mercy General.
Arson investigators said they found an accelerant in the kitchen.
Oil found on the countertops matches the brand they used at the Fun Center, so it could look like an accidental grease fire if it weren't for the three people shot.
Maybe the fire was to get rid of the victims.
Anything on Ramon Raos? He was technician.
Fixed pinball machines.
We found his tools inside next to this.
It's a model from the '80s.
I mean, they were like Twinkies.
They're built to last.
The weird thing is there was only one player name entered.
A place like this, there should be hundreds, right? He called himself Sicarius.
Maybe he was testing the machine after he fixed it.
Yeah, but there's no prints.
So it's more likely our fugitive.
That's the spider, right? One bite and it's fatal to humans.
These have computer chips.
Now, if Sicarius played, there'd be a record.
Otherwise, there's a time stamp.
William Duncan just woke up.
All right, let's go see him.
You guys go check on Ramon's widow.
Check with the manufacturer.
See if they can get anything off of that chip.
It's good to have you back.
Did your husband have any enemies? Ramon was a teddy bear.
The most loving husband and father.
He didn't have a temper, just patience and love.
Do you know how he came to be at the arcade last night? [SNIFFLES.]
He said William Duncan needed him to come and fix the pinball machine.
He was the only mechanic in the area certified to work that particular machine.
So when William called, he went.
And he had to take Michael with him.
All because I wanted a girls' night.
I bet Ramon was a good player.
He was.
And Michael would get so mad because Ramon would never let him win.
And now I've lost my baby boy.
And he should've been home with me.
Did he have a player name that you know of? The Protector.
And that's what he was.
The Protector.
That's a far cry from a deadly spider.
Ramon isn't Sicarius.
You're right.
It's gotta be our unsub.
Yeah, who shot three people and zoned out on an arcade game.
We're looking for a specific species of monster.
I closed up an hour before, called Ramon in to fix the pinball machine before we opened again this morning.
My son's been managing our chain of Family Fun Centers in Pennsylvania for the past year.
Recognize the shooter? Can't remember anything.
Just Ramon and his son when they came in.
I'm sorry, things are just so hazy.
You were shot and had smoke inhalation, it's understandable.
You own the Family Fun Centers? Is that correct? And the entire Fun empire.
It's a family business.
Bowling alleys, arcades, amusement parks, go-cart tracks, all along the Eastern seaboard.
Can you think of anyone who might want to burn down your business or try to kill your son? No.
I can't think of a single soul.
William, is there anything you remember? The debt.
What debt? I'm a recovering gambling addict.
Don't beat yourself up, son.
You don't do that anymore.
I relapsed last month.
I owe some money.
A lot of money, actually, to some pretty rough people.
How much? 200K.
Had to get a loan to cover it, but I couldn't go to the bank.
Who'd you get the money from? [SIGHS.]
I can't say.
He'll come after me.
Maybe he already did.
We need a name, William.
Pat McKendrick.
But I only talk to him on the phone.
I don't know where he is.
Jackass still isn't picking up.
How are we going to get across the border without the last 10K? You weren't supposed to kill anyone, were you? You want to hear a funny story? See, I'm a planner like you two.
And last night, I planned to go to the Family Fun Center, also like you two.
Except I went there to bash in William Duncan's skull.
I know what you're thinking.
Where's the funny part? Well, just as I'm about to get out of my car, who do I see unlocking the back door but you two.
Who are you? I didn't get William, but I stuck with my plan.
I went to his father's house next.
Fred wasn't there, but you were.
Collecting your payment, right? What do you want? Where is Fred Duncan? We don't know.
He won't pick up our calls.
Does that have Fred's burner number on it? That's none of your business.
Tell you what.
Give me the keys to your car, that phone, and I'm gone.
All right.
Stop! Get in the car.
Ramon Raos, beloved by all who knew him.
No debt, no drugs, no grudges.
His son could be collateral damage.
Where are we on Sicarius? Nothing helpful on the chip.
But if Sicarius goes by that name playing pinball, it's possible he uses that as an online handle as well.
I'm running it down now.
I found the owner of the Tesla in the jewelry store parking lot.
Footage just came in.
Check it out.
So it's two unsubs, not one.
- I'll put a BOLO out.
- Sounds good.
Hey, Hana, can you run those plates for me? Already did.
It's a joint registration to a Todd Carter and Vicky Brokaw.
Unsubs no more.
Todd was employed by Allentown FD until May.
Vicky was a dispatcher at the same time.
A former firefighter would know the best way to cover up arson is kitchen fire.
- Any criminal record? - Nope.
Neither of them have a history of violent offenses.
Maybe the man who loaned William Duncan 200 grand does? Pat McKendrick? Yeah.
Any luck finding him yet? Yep, his address and criminal record just came through.
Allentown native whose record shows he's not afraid to play rough with those who don't pay.
We're talking broken bones rough or horse head rough? Both.
William owed this guy 200 grand.
Maybe he hired Todd and Vicky to kill him for not paying? Let's find out.
You and Hana pay Pat a visit.
Ortiz, track down Todd and Vicky's car.
Barnes, let's head to the Allentown fire department.
Todd Carter and Vicky Brokaw.
Did you hire them to kill William Duncan? You remind me of a pony I got at Pimlico.
Long legs, strong flowing mane.
I am.
I'm also FBI.
If you don't want to lose your business, you'll help us out.
Oh, and you're a feisty one too? Look, those two killed a father and son and tried to murder William Duncan, who owes you 200 grand.
So you want to clear your name? Now's the time.
Look, I don't know Barbie and Ken here, and I wasn't worried about William paying me back.
- We had a deal.
- You and William? No, me and his father Fred.
Fred said he didn't know about his son's gambling debt.
Well, Fred lied, 'cause he was here three days ago.
He promised to pay back the debt with interest.
Well, did Fred tell you how he planned on getting $200,000? I don't ask questions I don't want to know the answer to.
However Fred got the money, I gave him a month to do it.
Why would I kill my golden goose? Todd was one of our best firefighters.
He and Vicky were planning to get married, start a family.
Before he was fired? Todd and Vicky murdered two people, attempted another.
Look, Todd wasn't fired for any sort of deviant behavior or anything.
Six months ago, he pocketed some money from the station summer fundraiser.
You mean he stole? Yeah.
I guess he was hard up for cash.
Vicky quit in solidarity.
When was the last time you saw them? Todd called me last month, wanted money.
I said no.
I wonder what would've happened if I would've helped him out.
A person capable of looking an 11-year-old boy in the eye and killing them was going to snap at some point.
If you hear from them, give us a call, okay? Thank you.
- Hey.
I was just about to call you.
Just spoke to Todd and Vicky's former coworker.
He said they were strapped for cash.
Well, yeah, so was Fred Duncan.
He lied to us, Jess.
According to Pat McKendrick, Fred promised to pay off his son's gambling debt.
My bet is he didn't have 200K lying around so he resorted to mountain lightning.
Arson for insurance money.
I thought that only happened in Appalachia.
The storm has made its way north.
According to the state's insurance board, Duncan's Family Fun Center had a listed perils policy for $1 million.
We think Fred hired Todd and Vicky to burn it down for insurance money.
Makes sense.
He knew he could make it look like an accident.
That's why they set the fire in the kitchen.
It was after closing, no one was supposed to be there, and no one was supposed to get shot Especially not William Duncan.
I'm guessing Fred's pretty ticked off about that.
Yeah, which means now we're looking for him too.
So Ortiz is on his way back to the hospital - to see if he's still there.
- Sounds good.
Barnes and I'll hit the house.
You guys stay on top of Vicky and Todd.
Hey, good looking.
These weeds are getting us.
- Got your eggs all ready.
- Yeah? You're my prince.
I got to get that in after lunch.
- May I help you? - I'm sorry to bother you, but I've had some car trouble and my phone is dead.
Do you happen to have a landline I could use? - Come on in.
- Oh, thank you.
Thank you.
Oh, my goodness.
This table.
It's magnificent.
- Hand-crafted in France.
- Oh.
We met an artisan in the mountains there.
Killed us on the shipping though.
You've made a full life for yourself, haven't you, Sally? How do you know my wife's name? We worked together.
We were the help.
Oh, God.
Oh, my God.
What the hell is going on here? I'm sorry, I'm so sorry.
You're in my house, mister.
All right, come on.
Come on.
Quiet, quiet, quiet.
Sit down.
Please, I'll do anything.
Where's Fred Duncan? I don't know.
I don't ever want to see him again.
Ahh! Please! I'll tell the truth! A little late for that.
I was young.
I didn't know what I was doing.
I was scared.
Which excuse is it, Sally? Because I'm hearing a plethora.
Thank you.
Thank you so much.
Fred Duncan on the run? That wasn't on my bingo card.
He seemed pretty straight at the hospital.
People get desperate when it comes to protecting their kids.
Todd and Vicky needed the money.
Fred needed the insurance payout.
He probably thought he'd get away with it.
Still, Todd and Vicky screwed up that plan.
Hey, Kristin, we just left Fred's.
He's not there.
He's not at the hospital, either.
But we have something Lady in Bryn Mawr just called local PD.
She said she heard a gunshot at her neighbor's house, and when she went outside, there was a car she didn't recognize parked in the driveway.
She gave PD the plates, and it's a hit on our BOLO.
- It's Todd and Vicky's car? - Yeah.
Well, we're right here.
Bryn Mawr's close.
Send us the address, and we'll meet you there.
Check that car out.
We're heading in.
Nine-millimeter casing.
That's the same as Todd and Vicky's gun.
Whoever did this wasn't panicked.
This was planned and deliberate.
You don't think it was Todd and Vicky? I don't know.
There's something out there you gotta see.
Who would have motive to kill Todd and Vicky? I don't know, Fred Duncan tying up loose ends? Well, the couple inside, are they loose ends too? House belongs to Sally and Dan Wiggins, our victims.
- Either have criminal records? - No record, no debt.
According to neighbors, they did everything from grocery shopping to annual physicals together.
- Sounds healthy.
- Sounds codependent.
Sounds like it could be both.
Hana, why don't you check the doorbell and security cams? Can't find the Wiggins' car.
I'll put a BOLO out.
Sounds good.
Even if Fred's behind the wheel, why would he target the Wiggins? There's got to be some kind of connection to Fred.
Let's find out everything we can about Sally and Dan.
We're going to go find Fred.
Where is he? I don't know.
But I might know someone who does.
Your father's missing.
We need to know if he's contacted you.
I haven't heard from him.
When's the last time you heard from him? I don't know.
Yesterday? What's going on? We found out who tried to kill you.
And who killed Ramon and his son.
Well, that's good, right? Well, we think that your father hired the killers.
What? He would never.
I almost died.
What are you What the hell are you saying? He thought he was helping you.
Todd Carter and Vicky Brokaw were supposed to burn down the arcade for the insurance money.
Your dad was supposed to use that insurance money to pay back your debt.
They weren't supposed to kill anyone.
I didn't even know Dad knew about the money I owed.
He he did all that for me? If you want to look on the bright side of a six-person body count.
Six people? We found Todd and Vicky shot dead at a house in Bryn Mawr.
The home is owned by Dan and Sally Wiggins.
They were both killed as well.
Recognize them? No.
Please, whatever it is you think my father did, he's a good man.
He raised me after my mom died.
He always protected me.
William, he almost got you killed.
If he's going to reach out to somebody else, we need to know who that is.
Can't think of anyone.
Maybe Maybe he's looking for my sister.
You have a sister? Rachel.
She left home when she was a teenager, 15 years ago.
Why? No idea.
She didn't tell us where she was going.
Changed her name, never even bothered to say goodbye.
Violence rocked Bryn Mawr today when a local couple was found slain in their own living room.
Dan and Sally Wiggins are believed to be victims of a targeted home invasion.
Two other victims were found at the scene.
Police were called today at 3:00 p.
when neighbors [TENSE MUSIC.]
Neighbors said Sally and Dan gardened together.
They take sunset walks together.
How long were they married? - 30 years.
Yeah, I get it, they're an anomaly.
My husband and I didn't even take sunset walks on our honeymoon.
We were working.
You're married? - Divorced.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
No, no, it's good.
We, uh we live a few floors apart from each other now, so it's a bit of a social experiment.
All right, so the Wiggins had no debt, their house was paid off, and they have money in the bank.
All right, so what did they do for a living? Nothing Dan is a retired woodworker, and Sally has no record of employment.
Okay, so how can they afford a 5,000-square-foot house in Bryn Mawr? Sally Wiggins.
Her maiden name was Hamish.
I found one account to Sally Hamish that was bringing in 250K a year.
Still not enough to pay that house off.
Over three decades.
Okay, what's the source of the payments? Is it life insurance? Inheritance? The payments were initiated by a subsidiary of FD Amusements.
FD as in Fred Duncan? As in Fred Duncan Senior, Fred's father.
Deceased since 2010, Fred Junior ran through his inheritance but the empire his father built is still going strong.
So maybe Sally worked for Fred's father? Maybe she got hurt on the job and there was some kind of settlement.
Well, the only thing we know for sure is for 30 years Fred's father paid Sally to do nothing.
I thought only rich people got paid to do nothing.
We need to find the something Sally was paid not to do.
Hello, Fred.
Time to make up for lost time.
I can't find anyone who uses the online handle Sicarius.
You think it could be Fred Duncan? Doubtful.
Fred doesn't seem like the kind of guy to play pinball while his son's dying in the next room.
- Plus, he still pays for AOL.
Light, no sweetener, right? You remembered.
How's Charlotte? Eight months along, and she still wants to dismantle the system, as long as she can do it while she's washing onesies.
How's your mom? It was tough.
But Zadie's going out to Oklahoma to spend some more time with Crosby, so I'll get some peace and quiet here.
And that's a good thing? Mm.
What's the, uh, deal with the new lady? I mean, apart from living in the same building as her ex.
She's smart and she's capable and I think you're gonna like her.
Okay, thanks.
That was Jess.
Traffic cams caught the Wiggins' Mercedes SUV at the corner of Smedley and Cortland in Tioga-Nicetown.
What's Fred Duncan doing in the most dangerous neighborhood in Philly? I have no idea; The car was gone before Philadelphia PD got there, but they're pulling additional footage now.
Fred knew we'd be looking for Todd and Vicky's car, but he ditched it for his latest murder victims' Mercedes? Jess did say that Fred's movements were calculated, so either he's not afraid of getting caught, or he's sending us a message.
So I still don't know why Fred's father was paying Sally Wiggins, but I know when it started.
It started November of 1986 around the same time of the rape and murder of a 13-year-old girl at the Duncan family compound.
And Sally Hamish That's her maiden name Was a key witness for the prosecution.
Was Fred Junior the defendant? No, it was Angelo Carpenter.
He was convicted and served 35 years in maximum security, released three weeks ago.
Angelo's last known whereabouts' a halfway house in Philly.
I'll call Jess, have him meet us there.
Not sure this will take both of us.
It's just like a cell.
Keeps all his things in one corner of the room.
Pretty interesting to see if he's left a digital footprint, seeing as he left this behind.
Old pleadings from Angelo's criminal case.
Commonwealth v.
Pled not guilty and then spent 30 years proclaiming his innocence on appeal.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court shut him down in 2016.
But he didn't give up.
He was taking it to federal court, representing himself.
That's always a bold choice.
Listen to this.
"The conviction in this case rests solely on the testimony of one unreliable witness, the Duncan family housekeeper.
" It was Sally Hamish.
Okay, so this is the man we told you about.
This is Angelo Carpenter.
First mugshot, age 15.
Second at 50.
A murder conviction changes a man.
Or a boy tried as one.
According to a brief he wrote, he was earning extra money as Fred Duncan Junior's tutor back in 1985.
There were three people present the night that the rape and murder took place.
There was Angelo, Sally, and Fred.
The victim was 13-year-old Jessica Booker.
She was the landscaper's daughter.
The only evidence the prosecution had was Sally Hamish's word that Angelo raped the girl and then pushed her down the stairs to her death.
But Angelo claims that her testimony was bought and paid for by Fred's father so his son wouldn't have to go to jail.
Fred Duncan murdered that little girl, and he and his dad framed Angelo for it.
Now Angelo is going scorched earth.
I finally got into Angelo's crappy technical term laptop.
His user name, Sicarius.
So it was Angelo playing pinball when the arcade burned down.
Angelo's had three decades to plot his revenge.
His rage has been feeding on itself.
A man like him won't stop until Fred's past catches up to his present.
So Fred's no longer our fugitive? Well, he's still a rapist and a murderer, let's not forget that.
But right now, Fred's the victim of a man hell-bent on destroying his life and his family's too.
Vital records got the name change on Fred's daughter.
Rachel Duncan is now Rachel Dunn, address in Levittown.
Take us a half hour to get there, We need to warn her.
Have you seen this man? We have reason to believe that he has a grudge against your father.
Then he can get in line.
The nicest thing you can say about my father is that he's a sleazy son of a bitch.
Well, you ran away from home when you were 15.
You changed your name.
We have reason to believe Angelo Carpenter is targeting your father and your entire family.
When I was a freshman in high school, my father tried to rape my best friend when she was sleeping over.
I told my mother.
She looked the other way.
But I never did.
I ran away, fell in with the wrong crowd, and got pregnant.
That's Abby, my daughter.
Fred doesn't even know about her.
- How old is Abby? - 13.
And where is she? She went to a friend's house after school.
Would you mind calling her for us just to make sure she's safe? Voicemail.
Pennsylvania state troopers launched an Amber alert for Abby.
Levittown PD has her photo, her stats, her last known.
They're sending it wide.
Good, 'cause Abby's cell is no longer working.
So I spoke to the mother of Abby's friend.
Abby never arrived there.
He's had her longer than we thought.
What do we got? We got the Wiggins' Mercedes SUV on toll cams heading west on I-76.
Fred's driving.
Angelo's got a gun on him.
I'm guessing that's Abby.
Where's the Duncan family compound? Villanova.
12 miles north on route 30.
Angelo's heading to the scene of Fred's crime.
Now, Abby, I can see how you might think I'm the villain here, but you're here because of this man.
I-I've never seen him before.
How sad.
He's your grandfather.
What? What the hell is this, Angelo? Careful.
I'm no longer the help.
Just don't hurt her.
Sweet Abby.
I've been planning to meet you since the day you were born.
Fred might not have kept tabs on you, but where I've been for the past three decades, all I had was time.
It was in this very bed that your grandfather raped a 13-year-old girl.
I bet he doesn't even remember her name.
He threw her down the stairs there, and the fall broke her neck.
She died instantly.
Angelo, please.
Let her go.
But here's the real messed-up part.
Instead of your grandfather taking responsibility, he got his rich papa to rig the trial.
So it wasn't him who spent 35 years in supermax, it was me.
You see the problem here, Abby.
You're innocent.
I admit that.
But so is she.
She had nothing to do with what happened that night.
But she does now.
How? I've spent three decades and every waking hour calculating your bill.
How much do you want? I'm not talking about money, I'm talking about how much I'm gonna make you pay.
Just tell me what you want.
What, an apology? A confession? It's too late for that.
Take your clothes off.
Oh, my God.
What? Just do it! Please, I'll do anything! Just don't hurt her! I would never hurt her.
Because I'm not the rapist.
You are.
And you're going to do it again.
Barnes and Hana, you're with me.
Kristin, Ortiz, cover the exits.
Take off her clothes now! - I can't.
- Yes.
I can't! - Ahh! - Yes, you can.
You did it before, you can do it again.
This isn't like that, Dan.
- Do what I say! Now! Hana.
- I won't! [GRUNTS.]
Do it.
It's who you are.
I'm sorry.
- I'm so sorry.
- No.
Drop your weapon.
You guys probably get this a lot, but I am not going back to prison.
He just jumped off the balcony.
FBI! Stop or I'll shoot! [GUNSHOT.]
I'm with the FBI, and you're gonna be okay.
Let's go.
Good girl.
Come on.
- He looks terrified.
- He should be.
Abby told the cops about his murder confession.
For the first time in his life, he'll be held accountable.
Angelo spent his whole life trying to destroy Fred's; Now Fred's not the one in a body bag.
What a waste.
You know what they say.
When you seek revenge, dig two graves.
One for yourself.
Philosopher too, huh? Interesting.
Actually, that's not what they say.
Yeah, I think that might've been Confucius.
For the record.
Okay, well, for the record, I didn't say it wasn't Confucius.
Good work, everybody.
Let's do it again tomorrow.
Hey, Ivan, you want to grab a drink when we get back? Me and you? Yeah, sounds good.
I mean, everyone else has got people, and I don't want to go home to an empty apartment.
Me neither.
My mom never swore.
I mean, unless she was cooking and then she damned everything.
Steak, potatoes, mac and cheese.
When I was home, I cooked for her and I damned everything too.
I don't know.
Seeing her like that made me realize some things.
Like what? Life's short, man.
I guess, I don't know, I want more than just my career.
Yeah, I feel the same way.
It's just this job takes up so much of your life, you know? Yeah, but we don't have to let it.
So what about you? What's your status? - Romantically? - Yeah.
Yeah, I guess I'm available.
No, I get that, but are you What? You know, sexually active.
I mostly just lay there.
Anyway, back to you.
If you had to take one guy home in this bar, who would it be? [SENTIMENTAL MUSIC.]
Guy over here in the khakis right behind me? Khakis in a dive bar? Red flag.
Blond in the flannel shirt? You know 67% of all serial killers are blond.
- You made that up.
- I made that up.
Well, they can't all be serial killers.
I'm going to put myself out there.
The new Hana, who meets new people.
You know what? I could drink to that.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.

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