There's no question that the link we provided earlier was an actual real-time conduit to police operations as they closed in on the second suspect in Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon.
The first indication was the Boston accents -- no mistaking those.
But then we were hearing actual dispatches about the boat parked behind a house at 67 Franklin St. in Watertown.
And at about 7:42 p.m. (CST) we heard "suspect in custody!"
Then we heard this (and we're paraphrasing):
"Thank you all for helping to solve this vicious crime in our city. It's a proud day to be a Boston police officer."
We didn't know who that was at first, but what we heard next confirmed it was Police Commissioner Ed Davis.
The officers radioed back:
"Thank you, comish!"
"Great bunch of officers, roger that."
"Thanks, everybody, also to the EOD, SWAT, great job! External agencies too!"
"Hey, comish, Geronimo!"
And then someone said: "Just a reminder, try to keep it relatively professional."
-- Bill Miller