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Officer Bobby Stark is Detective Charlie Crews' former partner. In 1994, Stark's testimony counted against Crews in his prosecution of the Seybolt murders. In his documentary interviews, Bobby said he didn't feel guilty for what happened to Charlie because Bobby had spoken the absolute truth. The truth was that he couldn't testify to something he didn't see; he couldn't corroborate Charlie's story about the wounds on Charlie's hands that seemingly tied him to the multiple homicide.
Though Crews is now a detective, Bobby remains a uniform cop. Immediately after Crews' return from Pelican Bay, Bobby's behavior became suspicious. Stark seemed keenly interested in reconnecting with Crews. Bobby invited Charlie to his house under the guise of his wife wanting Charlie there. When there, Charlie was blindsided by Stark's angry wife who blamed Charlie for the hardships that Stark endured after Crews went away. Stark's peers had thought that he was corrupt because of his ties to Charlie. No one was willing to partner up with him for four years.
Bobby's odd behavior led Charlie initially to suspect Bobby as part of the conspiracy but Charlie quickly saw through all of Bobby's talk. Bobby's guilt over selling out his partner was his motivation to get closer to Charlie. He just wanted to make amends with his former partner and friend.