A quiet Memorial Day weekend erupts when SWAT is called in to subdue a home intruder, whose startling method of entry leaves the team scratching their heads. Meanwhile, an alleged heroin dealer is scoped out.
It's Sergeant Fuller's last week with Dallas SWAT and Fuller must lead his team through a deadly narcotics and arms warrant. Later, Officer Baker is paged when two robbery suspects barricade themselves inside an apartment.
The Dallas SWAT team is in pursuit of a man who has carjacked an 18-wheeler taking its driver hostage. Next, Officers Keith Reig and Johnny Baker storm a suspected drug den and are surprised by whom they find inside.
Two Dallas SWAT units are called in to handle an unusually complicated and dangerous narcotics sting. Meanwhile, a man wanted by the DEA and suspected of harboring high-powered weapons barricades himself in a house.
Negotiator J.D. Byas is called out in the middle of the night to a hotel where a man is holding a woman hostage. After the suspect shoots a police officer, things threaten to get deadly, and J.D. fears the operation could end with a murder-suicide.
Sr. Corporal Rich Emberlin is thrown right into the fray on his first day back when he's called in to face a man barricaded in his home. The suspect has been seen armed with a scoped rifle, and he may be holding a child inside.
Steve rushes to the scene of an armed barricade where two suspects have allegedly robbed a convenience store. And later, Sgt. Vince Lee and his team must run a high-risk narcotics search warrant involving the drug PCP.
Officers are called out to capture a bank robbery suspect they think has barricaded himself inside a garage. After several hours of attempted negotiations, it becomes apparent that SWAT will have to search the attic for the perpetrator.
Sr. Corporals Jason Perez and Rich Emberlin are called out at 3 a.m. to handle a tough case. Later, Steve Claggett and the team run a warrant on a house that SWAT has already hit eight times, but the place is better fortified each time.