Twenty-four-year-old Joe Creed, fresh from college in the 1970’s, and raised in a conservative Catholic family, was hired as a downtown foot patrolman. After attending the police academy, his foot beat included numerous bars, adult bookstores, pool halls and businesses. Stockman’s Bar, which was visited by just about every pimp, harlot, drug dealer, thief, robber, and pervert that prowled the area, was Joe Creed’s unofficial precinct. It was a half block from The Alaska Corral Topless Bar, the second most visited place for thugs and murderers. The wild street action, combined with a labyrinth of old Chinese tunnels under the city, put the young officer on a steep learning curve, and made the downtown foot beat a challenging place.
In a shocking development, the county prosecutor bought and moved his family into a killer’s home, in an attempt to buy the killer’s silence.
Foot Patrol Officer, Joe Creed, with the help of an FBI agent, and the testimony of the slayer, exposed the dishonorable county prosecutor and his corrupt connections, resulting in two major, lethal encounters.