Grant and his wife Josephine accompanied Bannister and Hooper on a hunt in a desert outside Los Angeles. Their targets being replicants designed to be completely submissive to humans, Grant was the first to open fire on them, causing them to disperse. Grant suggesting they move closer to the replicants, the group managed to track one down. Grant toyed with him, urging him to fight back before shooting him dead.
Later, Grant was alerted by Officer Alani Davis about Elle, known to her by a recognizable black lotus tattoo on her back. Telling Grant of the woman's lack of a history and the fact she had broken Bannister's neck before dropping him from a balcony, she believed Elle to be a replicant. Grant feigned a lack of concern and advised Davis leave the case alone and to leave her evidence with him. Upon examining a sketch of Elle's tattoo, Grant cursed and tossed it aside.
Grant ordered the police force to pursue Elle. Officer Davis approached him, suggesting he inform them of the possibility that Elle was a replicant, but Grant continued to firmly deny that Elle could be one. He then asked Davis to turn in her evidence from the case. He contacted Blade Runner Marlowe, privately informing him that Elle was a replicant, sending him after her.
Finding a file on Doc Badger, he sent a SWAT team to his shop, which prompted Marlowe to end his pursuit, as he felt his help was unnecessary, much to Grant's frustration. After the team failed to find Doc Badger or Elle, Grant received a call from his wife, who requested more security for their home out of her concern for the fugitive replicant.