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We Own This City is an American miniseries based on the nonfiction book of the same name by Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton. The mini-series was developed and written by George Pelecanos and David Simon and directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green.

The premiere episode, titled ‘Part One,’ introduces viewers to Sergeant Wayne Jenkins and the other BPD’s Gun Trace Task Force members involved in illegal activities and corruption.

The episode’s last moments show Jenkins being called to the BPD headquarters to solve a minor issue. However, as soon as Jenkins disarms himself and enters the building, he is apprehended by the FBI. While the episode does not reveal why Jenkins is arrested, it likely has something to do with the BPD’s pursuit of Aaron Anderson.

The episode’s end hints that Jenkins, like Gondo, is one of the corrupt officers in the GTTF, and his criminal activities will soon be exposed. However, to the surprise of the Police Commissioner, Jenkins does not flinch after he is arrested, hinting that he doesn’t believe he did anything wrong during his time as a police officer.

We see Jenkins bragging about his excessively aggressive approach to investigating and arresting suspected criminals throughout the episode. From calling himself “Superman” to having an unabashed attitude toward police work, everything hints that Jenkins considers himself indefensible and above the law. Therefore, the episode’s ending marks the start of Jenkins and the GTTF’s downfall.

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