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"S05E19 - Rosie and Daz are out in Reading looking for burglars, and head to a BT exchange where a van is being broken into live on CCTV. Pretty much every unit nearby is converging on it – though the Bat Car has local knowledge on its side so our duo get there first. There’s an alarm going, and ladders leaning against a wall, but the suspect has vanished. The chopper’s been called in, but there’s a van parked a few streets away which has a history of burglary attached to it. En route, eagle-eyed Rosie spots a different van with someone lying under it! He claims he’s sleeping under the van as he’s been chucked out by his missus; but, interestingly, his keys open up the van they were looking for; which happens to be stuffed with cables nicked from BT!
Now in Slough with Lloydy and Roma, out and about to disrupt drug activity. Their interest is piqued by a group of young men lurking behind a parade of shops, particularly as the lads are able to pull into an alcove more or less out of sight. There is perhaps no surprise that a few of them are carrying some cannabis, and the possibility of getting a street caution rather than a trip to the nick leads to some startling honesty as stashes are disclosed. Apart from the ones they’ve forgotten about, of course. One of them manages to embarrass himself briefly as his trousers drop, but the worse outcome is that he’s too young for a street caution and will have to be dealt with down the nick instead. Whoops.
Back in Reading, and Lloydy is back with Jim again, just coming to the end of their shift, until Jim spots a kid being carried on a moped who has decided not to bother with a helmet. The ‘driver’ claims he thought that passengers didn’t need insurance! But the other concern is his Section 59 warning, in that he’s used his moped ‘antisocially’. There are issues over whether or not it’s expired, but he doesn’t seem to be aware whether or not he’s got points on his provisional license. Whether he has or hasn’t, he will have now – because his provisional license means he can’t carry a passenger. Having left him with the appropriate warnings (probably forgotten the moment the car’s out of sight) they almost immediately come across the aftermath of the very sort of accident they were warning about, as they find a battered moped that has come off worse against a car.
Still in Reading, Rosie and Daz follow up an ANPR ding on an uninsured driver who takes an absolute age to stop, though no chase ensues. She is quite excited to be on camera, but claims she’s insured – until the computer says no. It says no MOT too. Despite this, she insists she’s insured, having just made the first payment; but is, apparently ‘waiting for it to come through’, before finally admitting she hasn’t. She then has to admit to not having a full license either. It seems that she has, foolishly, taken the wheel to transport a drunk ex-boyfriend somewhere. Generously, they decide to go only for the no-insurance thing, which is a fine and six points – and seizure of the car.
Still in Reading, and still with Rosie and Daz, they follow up a call on the radio about a burglary in progress, so they follow it up – in convoy with pretty much every other unit in the area, including an ARV! As they reach the location in question, they discover the front door is open, and people are in the garage; but they’re just dropping off some sound equipment at one of their parents’ house. Problem solved, Rosie and Daz just have to work out how they’re going to move the car now that Daz has left half the key in the ignition, having yanked the key-head off in his eagerness to exit the car…"
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