Close to Home/Meth Murders

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Meth Murders
Season 1, Episode 9
Airdate December 9, 2005
Production Number 108
Written by Leo Geter,
Lindsay Sturman
Directed by Kevin Dowling
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Meth Murders is the ninth episode of the first season of Close to Home.

Starring: Jennifer Finnigan (Annabeth Chase), Kimberly Elise (Maureen Scofield), John Carroll Lynch (Steve Sharpe), Christian Kane (Jack Chase)

Guest Starring: Barry Shabaka Henley (Detective Drummer), Cindy Drummond (Sally), Todd Waring (Geoffrey Hart), Emily Podleski (Allison), Christina Chang (Becky), Pariksi Fakhri (Sonya Alavi), Phillip Roebuck (Richard Wolf), Leith M. Burke (Ron Deleon), Dale E. Turner (Judge), Erik Smith (Chuckie), Scoot McNairy (TJ), Tara Ochs (Julie), Glenda Morgan Brown (Ann), Paul Schulze (James Pritchard), Ismail Bashey (Bashar Alavi), Rachel Winfree (Dorthy), Sumalee Montano (CSI)

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Plot Overview

A young man hired to commit a murder is stoned on meth before doing the crime, resulting in two innocent women being killed instead of their neighbor and his family, the intended targets. Annabeth wants to prosecute the killer to the fullest extent of the law, but he offers up a deal--a lighter sentence if he offers them the drug lord who authorized the murders. The team goes to work to try and nail the drug kingpin and avoid giving the shooter the deal, but first they have to find the intended target, who fled the area with his family, and find out why the drug lord wanted him dead.

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