Cady (Cassidy Freeman) is stunned when police arrive at her father's house with a search warrant. Detective Fales is sure that Walt had something to do with the murder of the man who killed Cady's mother, and he's looking for evidence.
Cady rushes to rescue a tea box that is precious to her and Walt. At first, she refuses to show Fales (Charles S. Dutton) what's inside, but he orders her to open it. His tone changes when he sees that the box contains the cremated remains of her mother.
Fales and his men make their way to the station. Ruby (Louanne Stephens) tries to stop them from cleaning out the place, but there's only so much she can do.
Fales couldn't be happier to finally have a reason to search Walt's home and office for evidence that the lawman is behind the murder of Miller Beck.
Walt (Robert Taylor) has never heard the name "Miller Beck" before. Fales explains that Beck was the name of the meth addict who stabbed his wife.
Fales reveals that a witness has come forward and identified Walt as the man who attacked Beck and his friends in Denver. That was all Fales needed to get his warrants and take a trip to Absaroka County.
Walt is uneasy. In the cell behind him is local mercenary Hector (Jeffrey De Serrano) who was hired by Vic to beat up her stalker. Vic is trying to take the blame for the beating, and Walt is using Hector to stop her from ruining her life.
Walt knows he needs to get Hector out of the station before Fales finds even more to scrutinize. Fales tells Walt not to leave because he may have questions for him...
...so Walt borrows a phone from the Ferg (Adam Bartley), saying, "You got any questions, you can give me a call."
Walt returns home and finds a distraught Cady still cradling her mother's ashes.
Walt can't help but feel responsible for the ordeal Cady has been through.
Walt is surprised when he sits down and hears Cady apologize to him. She talked to Fales in Denver to learn more about her mother's death, but she didn't realize that he was using her to get information about her father and Henry.
Walt tells Cady that she didn't do anything wrong. He reveals that he went to Denver with the intention of killing the man who stabbed her mother, but he failed.
Walt recalls that Fales said the man who killed his wife got $700 out of her purse. Both Walt and Cady know that she never kept more than $50 in her purse. They wonder what this could mean.
Walt tells Fales that he thinks someone must have paid Miller to kill his wife. Unfortunately, Fales isn't interested in Walt's theory. His team has discovered two of Miller's teeth in Henry's belongings. Henry is under arrest.
As the door shuts behind Fales, Walt's anger finally comes to a boil. He explodes, tearing what's left of his office to pieces. Walt made mistakes in Denver and now it seems that Henry may be paying the price.