Officer Sonia Kapelli (Abigail Mac) is sitting in her car watching the wretched world go by when she gets a call from a dispatcher about a vandalism in progress. When she answers the call, she sees the troublemaking teen, Zoe Willis (Kenzie Reeves), adding the finishing touches to her graffiti masterpiece. Zoe is alarmed when a cop car suddenly starts speeding down the alleyway where she’s working. She drops her spray can and legs it, hoping to outrun the long arm of the law. But as the sirens scream and engine revs, Zoe doesn’t like her chances.
‘I wouldn’t do that if I were you.’
Zoe freezes in her tracks, slowly turning around as Officer Kapelli approaches. She oozes authority, which triggers that rebellious side of Zoe to flare. She tries to run but stops when Officer Kapelli orders her to freeze. She’s compliant when Officer Kapelli pats her down to check for any weapons but becomes suspicious when Officer Kapelli starts manhandling her. Zoe knows the cop is rougher than she should be and protests, but the protests fall on deaf ears.
Zoe becomes cockier, angrier, as she challenges Officer Kapelli while being handcuffed with her hands behind her back. What is she being arrested for? Vandalism and trespassing, when REAL criminals are on the streets? THESE words seem to be what makes Officer Kapelli see red. What does Zoe know about how the world REALLY works?
Zoe doesn’t stop. She’s under the cop’s skin now and pushes even further… until she makes one harsh comment too many.
As Officer Kapelli’s expression darkens and her eyes become predatory, Zoe knows her luck’s finally run out.