"Right in here, gentlemen," Rossi pushed open the door and held it in place as the paramedics stepped inside the room, both of them carrying medical equipment. Rachel suppressed the urge to roll her eyes, but she volunteered an arm without protest after they set their stuff down to measure her blood pressure. After the fact, she was further examined: they listened to her heart, flashed a bright light in her eyes, etc. Rachel knew for a fact her vitals were perfect and they'd find no reason to even transport her, and she was right. When the medics concluded the process, the young woman was asked for some basic information as was procedure before she was officially back in Rossi's custody.
"I guess I just need to eat something. I mean, it's been a long day..."
The detective gave her a certain look, and from the doorway proceeded to flag down a uniform to escort the paramedics out of the building. "Very well," he went on, shutting the door, "I just have some paperwork for you to sign and then you are allowed to have your meal break. I'll get you something from down the street if that's alright with you."
Rachel smiled after doing some light probing, and quickly realized that the sandwich shop was one of his favorite spots for lunch. "Oh, you mean that deli place? Yeah I've been there once or twice, it's pretty good."
"Perfect, then that's what we'll have."
Rossi placed some papers in front of her which she proceeded to sign. It was the standard set of documents, nothing out of the ordinary. "I'll go for the Chicken Parm Hero."
The detective looked at her somewhat surprised. "Good taste, that's a favorite of mine."
"What are the odds?" she smirked, pushing the paperwork over to him. She then leaned back and crossed her arms, watching as the detective cleared his throat before gathering everything into a single, neat stack.
"Give me about 15 minutes and I'll be back with the sandwiches. I'll have an officer outside in case you need anything."
"I'll be here."
The detective then went off, and Rachel would go on to ask whether she could make a phone call.