Title: On Patrol
Release Date: August 14th, 2009
Running Time: 33 Minutes, 47 Seconds
Synopsis AJ Jenkins continues to try and get rid of his rookie partner Bob Riley. Soon, the two of them begin discussing the legendary Milkman serial killer and encounter an unexpected surprise during their first patrol together.
Starring: Justin Herman, Chester Smith, Scott Lee, Xavier Flores, John Pandolph, Mitchell Ganey, and Matt Cisneros. Featuring: Chris Worrell
Filmed on Mini-DV With Canon Optura Xi Cameras. Audio recorded with Audio-Technica.
Edited With Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and Adobe Premiere Pro 2. Introduction Created With Adobe After Effects 7. Music Created With Propellerhead Reason 4.0. Post Production Audio Work Done With Adobe Audition 3.
The shot of Justin saying “Really? How do you explain the other murders?” as his character AJ Jenkins during one of the early scenes where they’re discussing the Milkman is a reshoot; you can see a continuity error as the door that’s behind him is at first open, then closed, then open again.
The scenes where Marshall Price breaks up a teen party and Bill O’Hara busts a drug dealer were both added at the last minute, the idea for both of them created primarily by Mitchell Ganey, who plays Bill O’Hara. Neither one of those scenes was in the original script.
All over the voice over work done for Jose D. Garcia over the radio was done the day before and the day of the episode’s release.
In a scene where Alex Ramirez and David McAlister pull over The Driver for going 37 in a 35, this scene was filmed twice. The first time it was filmed David McAlister was played by David Ochoa and was first filmed during the first few months of production. Almost a year later, the scene was refilmed at a different location. Chris Worrell plays The Driver in both shoots.
There’s a scene at the very end of the credits in which Bill O’Hara miraculously appears in the back of the drug addict’s vehicle.