I think I have some information for you.
So you're saying the cops are the ones
who tipped off Nate and Kenny?
It's the only explanation.
They knew the police were coming,
so they moved all the drugs onto the boat to set me up.
And I played right into their hands.
I'm calling Emily for bail money.
I don't want her involved in this.
Fine. Nolan, then.
You're not spending another night here.
I don't want to drag any of our friends
into this mess, okay?
Jack, this is no time to be stubborn.
Whoever gets us the bail money
will get it back.
No prosecutor's gonna believe for one second
those drugs belong to you.
And if they trace the registration to the gun,
they're gonna find out--
that it was used to kill Kenny and Nate's father
six years ago.
And it belonged to my dad.
this whole setup is what,
payback for what happened to their father?
1.tip off 事先给警告(或暗示)； 告密
例句：She tipped off the authorities about the coup.
2.belong to 属于； 为 ... 之一员
例句：I belong to Glasgow.
3.happen to 发生
例句：How could this happen to me!