Tonight on Hawaii Five-0 season 7, McGarrett investigates the murder of a man who survived Pearl Harbor and while doing so he learned a lot about his grandfather’s role at Pearl Harbor. Also on Hawaii Five-0 2017, Adam finds bone fragments at a construction site he is working and asks Jerry for help figuring out where they came from. If you missed the last episode of Hawaii Five-0 2017, you should check out my Hawaii Five-0 recap right here! Tonight’s episode of Hawaii Five-0 season 7 started off with a girl and her grandfather taking a trip for ice cream. While they are out, there is a bank robbery and car jacking and her grandfather ends up getting killed. He survived Pearl Harbor, World War II and cancer twice. Meanwhile, Adam is working at his new construction job and while digging up some dirt, he finds bone fragments.
When Adam brings the fragment to his boss, his boss tells him to drop it. Adam knows that he is supposed to report this because the bone fragments could be human. Which means that it could be an old burial ground. He goes to Jerry for help and tells him what he found. He asks him for help figuring out if the area they are working in is an old burial site. Jerry tells him if he can get his hands on another fragment that would be helpful.
Meanwhile, the 5-0 team is looking into a lead on the car jacking and when they get to the address of the suspects, the lights go out and they open fire on 5-0. Two guys are down. The suspects set a bomb to go off and flee the scene, but most of the team is able to get out before the explosion. Problem is, most of their evidence was destroyed too.
McGarrett is face to face with one of the suspects and he is shot, falls to the ground and lays there. When the suspect gets close enough, he is able to shoot him. The guy was wearing a vest though so he had to aim for the head. Meanwhile, Adam hops the fence at the construction site after hours to try and find another fragment. The next day, his boss asks to speak to him and fires him for what he did. Apparently there were cameras on site due to tools going missing.
McGarrett and the team get a lead on the guys who robbed the bank and then car jacked the Pearl Harbor survivor and his granddaughter. They all worked at a security company that had recently gone under. One of the guys, Campbell. was seen at a credit union, so McGarrett tails him. He finds himself having coffee with the guy.
Meanwhile, the team looks into why Campbell was in the bank and they find out that he is looking for an extension on a lien payment. The payments are for a woman who is a widow to one of their former military friends. Later, they get a call about an alarm at a bank and then within seconds they have security alarms in every bank in the area going off.
McGarrett and the team are able to track down Campbell and the other three guys in his crew. When Campbell sees the lights and hears the sirens, him and his crew open fire. During the gunfire exchange, one of Campbell’s guys is hit in the shoulder. When he tells Campbell that he is ok, Campbell runs off and finds himself in a fist fight with McGarrett. The other two guys are shot by 5-0 and Campbell finds himself impaled by a pipe.
McGarrett calls in the granddaughter to let her know that the men who killed her grandfather will no longer be able to hurt anyone else. Meanwhile, Adam continued to do some digging and goes to see the former owner of the land he was working on. After the guy starts acting weird, he decides it is time to talk to Kono about what he found. They both go back and talk to the foreman at the construction site and while looking through the camera footage, they find the former owner digging up human remains. Needless to say, the site was shut down.
We end tonight’s episode off with the memorial service for the man who was killed in the car jacking.
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