Shooting a stranger in the middle of a street should have been cause for a bit of alarm, yet earnestly Riley was completely calm about the whole thing. Sure he didn't exactly make a habit of attacking random people, but all it had taken was a quick glance to assess that the pimp wasn't of any importance. Even if the other man tried to report it to the police, which was highly unlikely to begin with, it would be his word against a decorated and respected public servant like Officer Conners.
Oh Digger was as corrupt as they came, yet he paid well to keep his public image pristine, and had worked hard to keep himself protected both in the public eye and in the underworld too. Hell if the pimp tried putting a hit on Digger for that matter, well there wasn't anyone crazy enough to accept the contract to begin with. After all Digger had gotten his street name by being the one all the major criminal organizations turned to when the someone need to be killed or buried. So without a seeming care in the world he shot a man right there. Not because Conners felt threatened, but merely because he had no desire to deal with any interruptions for his plans that evening.
When Sabrina got in the car Dig got in as well. Leaving her former pimp laying there on the sidewalk, holding his bloody leg and screaming for help. After shutting the door to the cruiser, and buckling up, Conners finally turned his gaze back to her when she posed the question of payment. Honestly, the question itself caught the cop off guard. After all he was doing this as a favor to her, and for Nori, so the cop hadn't entertained the notion of requesting any payment at all. Especially since he liked being owed favors, and had quite the collection of chips he could call in from various people as well. Still instead of dismissing her inquiry altogether the man started the car and spoke up at last.