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#320 : Un bébé abandonné

Répondant à un appel au sujet d'un sac de voyage suspect au Chicago Lakefront, Voight est horrifié de découvrir que le sac contient le corps froid et immobile d'un nouveau-né. Déterminé à trouver le coupable qui a abandonné l'enfant, l’équipe des renseignements reçoit une information prometteuse basée sur des informations fournies par le Chicago Med. Ruzek aide à établir un portrait sur le suspect potentiel. Pendant ce temps, Voight est surpris d'apprendre que son fils est en ville et Burgess et Roman continuent de se rapprocher.


4.63 - 8 votes

Titre VO
In A Duffel Bag

Titre VF
Un bébé abandonné

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Scénario : Jamie Pachino
Réalisation :
 Nick Gomez

Guest Starring : Oliver Platt (Dr Charles), David Eigenberg (Pompier Herrmann), Torrey DeVitto (Dr Manning), Samuel Hunt (Mouse)

Voight’s Social club
Carmine: I don't want to lose again, so pay attention... So Justin's in Signal Corps training?
Voight: Yeah, Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He's coming back in a month. Got a four-day leave. Him and his wife and kid are coming.
Carmine: Come a long way. Just like his old man, huh?
Voight: Yeah, I never thought of it like that but I guess you're right.
Carmine: Well, I'm happy for him. Looks good, too.
Voight: When'd you see him?
Carmine: Two days ago.
Voight: Where?
Carmine: Here. He and Danny were hanging out. I thought you knew.
Voight: I didn't.
Carmine: Maybe I shouldn't have said anything.
Radio: Units in 21 and units on the citywide, we have a suspicious package near North Avenue Beach. Patrolmen requesting the ten sector sergeant on scene.
Voight: 5020, I'm a couple blocks out. Hold me down on that call.
Radio: Copy that, 5020.
Voight: Ladies.
North Avenue Beach
Officer: Hey, Sergeant.
Voight: What you got?
Officer: Thanks for coming out. This is the lady who made the call. Her dog wouldn't stop barking.
Voight: Huh.
Officer: Do you want me to call in the bomb squad?
Voight: Maybe… Roll the crime lab… And an ambulance.
Officer: 3114, be advised. Roll a crime lab and an ambulance.

Paramedic: Good to go? Baby's triple zero.
Voight: Dead?
Paramedic: Yeah, but she's cold, so we got to take her to the hospital to pronounce it.
Voight: All right, we assigned a patrol unit to follow you. We'll stand by for missing parents or an ID.

Dawson: Okay. Crime lab's taking the duffel for prints, hair, and blood. As soon as the body's released from Med, they'll start on the blanket and pajamas. Guess what else they found in the bag? Rocks. Looks like whoever did this put them in to weigh it down.
Voight: How long's she been here?
Lindsay: Crime lab says preliminary estimate's seven hours.
Voight: So 1:00, 2:00 AM. All right, check the harbour for cameras, run all the parking meters.
Dawson: I'll check back with the officers, too, see if they got anything on campus.
Voight: Good.
Lindsay: You know we can hand this off to Area Central Homicide.
Voight: No. We're gonna find out who did this.
Intelligence office
Voight: Take it down.
Halstead: Crime Lab's still working on the pajamas and the blanket but the duffel was part of a promotion by Punch Sports Club last May. Guy I spoke to said they gave out a hundred of them.
Voight: They have to fill out a card in order to get one?
Halstead: No, they were handed out at a street fair. You know, local band, tents for area businesses, and a radio station.
Olinsky: Okay, but what about video?
Ruzek: I called the radio station. They had some for promotion. Uh, street fair too. They're sending it over.
Mouse: And I'm searching social media for any photos or video tagging the fair.
Voight: Well, run everything you get through facial recognition as soon as you get it. Jay, put together a list of everybody who signed up on the heels of Punch's promotion. Run every name and address.
Atwater: That was forensics. The pajamas and the blanket were mass market, so they're still looking into that, and the rocks were pulled up from where the girl was left.
Olinsky: Maybe someone tried to sink her but... Chickened out last-minute.
Voight: Well, this isn't some abandoned baby with the umbilical cord still attached. She had a blanket, her own pajamas. That means somebody cared for her and I want to know who. I want a doctor, I want a birth certificate, I want the parents. I want to know what happened. And I want to know why.
Chicago Med
Burgess: Hey, the morgue sent us up here for that baby.
Nurse: She's in Trauma 1.
Burgess: I don't understand.
Nurse: Dr. Manning, they're here about the baby.
Natalie Manning: Working on her now.
Roman: Working on her? That baby didn't even have a pulse.
Burgess: Wait, she's alive?
Natalie Manning: Thing is, you have to be warm to be dead.

Voight: Okay. Doc.
Natalie Manning: Yeah.
Voight: Baby's alive?
Natalie Manning: In low temperatures, your system slows to protect you. A slower metabolism needs less to survive and the cold can actually preserve your brain and other organ functions.
Voight: So she could survive?
Natalie Manning: We're re-warming her, giving her fluids, breathing for her, and doing CPR. No promises, but when she warms up more, we'll know a little bit better. Keep a good thought.
Voight: Hey Doc, did you do blood panels on her?
Natalie Manning: Yeah.
Voight: Hey.
Sharon Goodwin: I already ordered it.
Voight: Thanks. One second. Listen, I want you to stay close. Anyone comes in or out about this baby, I want to know about it, and I want any status update on her condition.
Burgess: Got it.
Voight: Sorry.
Sharon Goodwin: Blood sample to trace the DNA.
Voight: Okay.
Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Manning ordered panels too and we found something in her blood work. The baby's labs show she's anemic and has sickle cell disease.
Voight: That means at least one of the parents has it, right?
Sharon Goodwin: And it's usually an ongoing treatment process.
Voight: You got a network of hospitals for patients getting treatment for it?
Sharon Goodwin: Well, here's the registry, but there are few hospitals in the region that have sickle cell programs.
Voight: Thanks, Sharon.
Sharon Goodwin: All right.
21 entrance
Lindsay: Hey, Sergeant. Welcome back. I heard the Wisconsin Dells treated you and Mouch very well.
Platt: The Wisconsin Dells is God's country.
Lindsay: Hmm.
Platt: Seven mornings of sleeping in, seven afternoons at the indoor water park, the Ho-Chunk Casino.
Lindsay: It sounds like a dream come true.
Platt: Yeah.
Lindsay: Did anybody fill you in on the baby we found this morning?
Platt: Mm, that's good. I'm good. Look, I am in a mood the likes of which have not been seen since 1997, so I just need a 24-hour freeze on people getting shot, running drugs, bashing each other's heads in, and especially abandoned babies on lakefronts, okay?
Lindsay: Okay, but the baby's not dead.
Platt: That is great. God. Let's quit while we're ahead, okay?
Voight’s office
Mouse: Sarge, I got that photo mock-up of the baby to release to the press with the hotline. I just thought you might want to sign off.
Voight: I'll take it.
Mouse: Okay.
Voight: Hey, Olive, it's Hank. Um... Give me a call when you get a second. Thanks.
Ruzek: Hey, boss.
Voight: Yo.
Ruzek: I got a guy I like off the sickle cell registry. Trey Butler, Secretary of State has a car registered to him leaving Chicago on the I-PASS toll road, 2:00 AM. He's got a residence in Rockford.
Voight: Hmm.
Ruzek: His cell phone bounced off a tower about a mile and a half from where the baby was found.
Voight: Call Rockford PD. You tell 'em what you got. Ask 'em to sit on the house. You and Al, update me as soon as you get anything.
Ruzek: You got it.
Trey Butler’s house
Olinsky: Trey Butler?
Trey Butler: Yes?
Olinsky: We need to ask you a few questions… What were you doing in Chicago last night?
Trey Butler: I was at a medical clinic there.
Olinsky: You drove back at 2:00 AM?
Trey Butler: My session was over at 1:00. What is this about? Why is he...
Olinsky: Don't worry about him. You got kids?
Trey Butler: Ha. No.
Olinsky: You don't have a baby? A brand-new baby?
Trey Butler: No. Hey!
Olinsky: Hey, right here. I got another one. Where she's frozen. Blue.
Trey Butler: What the hell?
Olinsky: Is this your daughter?
Trey Butler: Okay... You got the wrong guy. I don't have any daughter and I think you should go.
Olinsky: Maybe we do have the wrong guy. We got a DNA kit. Why don't you come back to our district, do the swab thing, talk, and if you're right, you'll be back here in a couple of hours with a formal apology and a six-pack. On me. Hmm?
21 hallway
Dawson: Sarge.
Interview room
Voight: You got a big problem, Trey… Your DNA's a match.
Trey Butler: I'm telling you, that test is wrong. There's no way I have a baby.
Voight: That test says you're lying. That test is your fingerprint.
Trey Butler: I was in Chicago to go to the clinic. I come here every month for treatment there. That's why my phone...
Dawson: We start calling the girls' names in your contacts... They're gonna say they weren't with you?
Trey Butler: No one I was careless with, no. They would have come to me. I would know.
Dawson: How? Think back. You didn't go to a bar, a nightclub, meet up on Tinder?
Trey Butler: No.
Voight: I unzipped a bag this morning. It had your two-week old baby in it, stuck there like a piece of trash.
Trey Butler: No.
Voight: A piece of trash you hoped would wash out to sea. You're gonna tell us what happened or I'm gonna do something I won't regret, not for one second. I don't care if it costs me my job. You are gonna talk, you understand?
Trey Butler: I swear on my life, on my mother's life, I would never do this.
Dawson: Where were you ten months ago? Last July, who were you with?
Trey Butler: July... Here in Chicago? No.
Voight: What? What?
Trey Butler: The Blues Fest... First couple days of July last year. There was a girl.
Voight: What's her name?
Trey Butler: Tana. Tana... Something with an M. Miller, Mailer.
Voight: I need more than that!
Trey Butler: I don't know, I was high. I was really high.
Dawson: What does she look like?
Trey Butler: Pretty? I don't know, small. Dark-haired, white. She had a bird on her shirt, like a school jersey. It had a hawk on it.
Dawson: How old was she?
Trey Butler: I didn't check her ID, okay? I... She was holding a beer. I thought she was old enough. It... it... It was just a hook-up… I didn't do this.
Intelligence office
Voight: All right, run that name through DMV, Secretary of State, public aid, that Sickle Cell Registry.
Dawson: And Chicago Public Schools. If this Tana was underage, she was pregnant in school. I'll log a call for dropouts that match the timeline.
Olinsky: I don't know. Hang on, hang on. If you call CPS, they're gonna give you the run-around. I know a guy.
Platt: Hank, Olive called you back.
Voight: Thanks. Hey. You hear from Burgess and Roman about that baby?
Platt: I got a moratorium on bad stories today.
Voight: Baby could make it.
Platt: In your experience, these stories ever end happily ever after?
Voight: Keep me posted.
Platt: Yeah.
Ray Sharansky’s office
Ray Sharansky: I got a few customers. Uh, Lupe Murillo out of North Vincent, Tamika Mayor at Chicago West Central... No, she's African American. The first one's Latina. I got a Tana Meyer, 17. Actually would have turned 18 last week. Marked absent 35 plus days out of Susan B. Anthony.
Olinsky: Okay, what's the mascot of Susan B. Anthony?
Ray Sharansky: Uh...
Olinsky: Hawk. Do you have a yearbook photo?
Interview room
Trey Butler: That's her. That's Tana.
Voight: Have Halstead and Lindsay visit the parents… When I talk to that girl, is she gonna give me a different story?
Trey Butler: If she does, she's lying.
Tana Meyer’s house
Deborah Meyer: This is a terrible story, but you have no proof that Tana's connected to any of it.
Halstead: The guy's DNA matches the baby's, and he identified Tana as the mother from her yearbook photo.
Deborah Meyer: He picked out a rich girl. I bet that never happens.
Lindsay: We'd like to talk to her.
Deborah Meyer: She's out of the country.
Lindsay: Where?
Deborah Meyer: That's none of your business. And Tana is a minor.
Lindsay: Actually, according to her school records, she turned 18 a week ago. And are you really trying to tell me that if I go up to her room, take a hairbrush, and have that hair tested for DNA that it wouldn't be...
Deborah Meyer: You are not to go anywhere near...
Lindsay: A match to that baby?
Ben Meyer: Deborah.
Deborah Meyer: Get them Barton Perry's information. Do it. He's our lawyer. If you have any further questions, you can call him.
Halstead: Go ahead, call your lawyer. Refuse to talk. Just know that whatever it is you're hiding is gonna come back a thousand times worse unless you get Tana on the next flight home.
Deborah Meyer: Ben.
Lindsay: Let me show you something. A dog found her in a duffel bag. She's two weeks old, and she is your granddaughter.
Deborah Meyer: This mystery sperm donor you're talking about is lying to you, young lady.
Lindsay: Sure. Look at her face.
Deborah Meyer: You can see yourselves out.
Lindsay: Mothers like that make me wish I could send Bunny a greeting card.
Halstead: There's a whole section: Glad You Weren't as Bad a Mom as I Thought.
Lindsay: Ha. I'm gonna call Customs and Homeland Security, see if Tana's passport was swiped.
Halstead: Yeah, they got to be lying so I'll double back. Check any properties they own. See if a relative has her tucked away somewhere.
Lindsay: Good call.
Ben Meyer: Detectives. Is there someplace we could talk?
Ben Meyer: Tana had nothing to do with this.
Lindsay: But she did give birth to the baby.
Ben Meyer: Yes.
Halstead: All right, what happened?
Ben Meyer: Well, Tana was due for an annual checkup but wouldn't go, and Deborah realized what was going on. We're an observant Jewish family. Deborah's president of the synagogue...
Lindsay: The baby, Mr. Meyer.
Ben Meyer: We found a midwife who knew a family that wanted another baby. We decided Tana would drop out of school, and once the baby was born... We would give it to a family where it could have a good life and so could Tana.
Halstead: We need the name of the family.
Ben Meyer: I don't know it. It's true. We thought it would be best for everyone if it worked like a closed adoption. There's no paperwork. Nobody signed anything. We don't know what happened to this baby after it reached the other family.
Lindsay: Okay, the midwife... We're gonna need her information.
Ben Meyer: Mariela Hernandez.
Chicago Med
Burgess: She makes it, she'll know she can fight anything the world comes at her with.
Roman: Just don't get too caught up, okay? I'm just saying, the odds.
Burgess: Yeah, but what's wrong with hoping? I mean...
Roman: Nothing, I've just been in hospitals before. Got to be realistic.
Natalie Manning: Hey. You're going to want to see this… You see that? Her heart is beating on its own.
Intelligence office
Atwater: That was Burgess. She said the baby's heart's beating on its own. She might actually make it.
Ruzek: Huh.
Voight: All right, where we at with the midwife?
Ruzek: Uh, Antonio's checking hospitals where she might deliver. Uh, Al's on birthing centers, and Erin's en route to her apartment right now.
Voight: Anything on her phone?
Mouse: I... I put an emergency order in. I've been pinging it for the last hour. She must have turned it off, but check this out. So, the midwife's financials. She made a cash deposit on the 23rd for $20,000.
Atwater: The 23rd... That was two weeks ago.
Ruzek: That was right around when the baby was born.
Atwater: That was enough money to buy a baby.
Voight: Or kill it. Check on the Meyers' financials. See if they're missing 20 grand. And anyone else connected to them who might have paid off that midwife.
Atwater: Well, Sarge, Al just texted me. He said he found the midwife at a class she's taking.
Voight: All right, meet him there. Go.
Mariela Hernandez: I did some housekeeping for the Meyers.
Olinsky: Mm-hmm.
Mariela Hernandez: But being a midwife was all I wanted to be, so I've been pursuing that. They kept me on for one day a week to help pay for my classes.
Olinsky: So you're not licensed or a nurse.
Mariela Hernandez: Not yet.
Olinsky: Okay. Where'd the $20,000 come from? We can have this conversation at the district if you like.
Mariela Hernandez: No. I knew a family that wanted a baby very badly.
Olinsky: Mm-hmm.
Mariela Hernandez: The Meyers wanted help connecting to them.
Olinsky: No one pays 20 grand for an introduction. What else was the money for? What did you do for them?
Mariela Hernandez: I helped Tana give birth. That's it.
Olinsky: Then dumped the baby for the Meyers?
Mariela Hernandez: Dumped? N-no!
Atwater: That's what the 20K was for? Not for an introduction but for you to get rid of it and pretend there was another family?
Mariela Hernandez: I... No, I would never do that.
Olinsky: Then what is it?
Mariela Hernandez: Ms. Deborah wanted no doctor at the birth, no papers to be signed. She gave me $20,000 to get the baby to the other family. I tried to refuse. I'm studying for my license. I want to do things right. At first I turned down the money.
Olinsky: Then why did you take it?
Mariela Hernandez: Ms. Deborah, she threatened me.
Atwater: Threatened you with what? What's she got over you?
Olinsky: You're not legal.
Mariela Hernandez: I'm trying to do things the right way.
Atwater: By handing the baby over to another family who's also okay with this setup?
Olinsky: We're going to need their information.
Mariela Hernandez: Yeah.
The Flynns’s house
Voight: Chicago Police. Thomas Flynn.
Thomas Flynn: Uh, yes...
Voight: A warrant to search your residence… Just step inside.

Janet Flynn: Tommy, what is this? What's going on?
Voight: You know Mariela Hernandez?
Janet Flynn: Yes.
Voight: She says she delivered a baby girl here two weeks ago.
Thomas Flynn: She didn't. She was supposed to, but, um...
Dawson: But what?
Thomas Flynn: She said the other family changed its mind. We never got a baby… Um... My wife has had several miscarriages. Last one was three months ago. Mariela was recommended to us because after the last one... We can't have anymore children.
Ruzek: Hey, we have a baby room back here.

Thomas Flynn: Was all prepped for the baby, but, uh, like I said, Mariela never brought her.
Ruzek: Who else lives here?
Thomas Flynn: Uh, our son.
Ruzek: Hey, buddy. What's your name?
Max Flynn: I'm Max.
Ruzek: Hi, Max. How old are you?
Max Flynn: I'm six.
Ruzek: Six, cool. Hey, Max, you mind if I ask you a question? Is that okay? Was there a baby here with you?
Max Flynn: No, we didn't have a baby here.
Janet Flynn: It's okay, Maxy. We'll try again.
Thomas Flynn: Is that everything?
Voight: Stay here with the family. We'll search the rest of the house.
Ruzek: Got it.
Chicago Med
Nurse 1: I need help in here. Get Dr. Manning.
Nurse 2: Dr. Manning.
Burgess: What is it? What's happening? What...
Nurse 1: Her heart rate's dropping. I lost the BP.
Natalie Manning: She's VF on the monitor. Get on her chest. Start compressions. 0.1 of epi now.
Burgess: What is it? What's happening?
Natalie Manning: She's arresting. Wait outside. Hold compressions. Check for pulse.
Nurse 1: No pulse.
Natalie Manning: Re-start compressions.
Natalie Manning: She's holding her own. Whatever you pray to, now's a good time to start.
Roman: You get invested.
Burgess: I know. As a cop I need to be more...
Roman: No. It was a compliment.
Burgess: Oh.
Intelligence office
Dawson: There's nothing in the Flynn's garbage, washing machine, or dryer. No used diapers in the diaper disposal.
Ruzek: Wipes were still in plastic. Husband vouches for the wife, wife vouches for the husband.
Halstead: We're missing something. Nothing happened to that baby for two weeks. So someone kept it clothed and fed, and then they got rid of it.
Lindsay: The only two who really wanted nothing to do with it are the grandparents, especially that mother. We can take another run at her.
Voight: Do it. Mouse, I want you hit the street cameras, neighbourhood security cameras. See if you can catch the Flynns pushing a stroller. Rest of you canvass her friends, neighbours. You can't tell me that the Flynns had a newborn and nobody knew about it.
Meyers’s house
Deborah Meyer: Since my husband decided to speak to you without my knowledge, I have brought along our attorney.
Barton Perry: The Meyers told you. They gave the baby to a practicing midwife who made every assurance that the baby would go to a safe home. They have no knowledge of what happened to this baby after they handed her to Mariela.
Lindsay: When did you hand her off?
Deborah Meyer: Right after Tana gave birth.
Lindsay: Were there witnesses?
Deborah Meyer: Witnesses? Me, Mariela...
Barton Perry: Deborah. The Meyers have answered your questions twice even though they didn't have to.
Halstead: Your clients are looking at felony charges.
Deborah Meyer: That's absurd.
Lindsay: You paid a woman $20,000 to get rid of a baby. Or was it so the other family would do it for you?
Deborah Meyer: That is not why we paid her that money.
Barton Perry: Deborah.
Deborah Meyer: No, no, no, no. I get to defend myself. We gave her that money because Mariela realized we wanted to keep it quiet. She blackmailed us. 10,000 to her to deliver the baby and keep it quiet and 10,000 to that other family for their silence. I bet she never gave that family the money. Did she even give them the baby?
Interview room
Olinsky: You know what our search turned up in your apartment? Baby clothes, food, blankets.
Mariela Hernandez: New mothers sometimes come to me for post-natal care. They bring their babies.
Olinsky: Yeah, but you held on to that baby for two weeks. Were you trying to get more money out of the Meyers? Is that it?
Mariela Hernandez: No.
Olinsky: Or you were trying to find someone to buy her from the other side? The Flynns were too broke to pay you?
Mariela Hernandez: I gave her to the Flynns the first day she was born.
Voight: You came across a rich family with a healthy white girl. You're not in this country legally. You need money.
Mariela Hernandez: No.
Voight: So you figured you'd sell her to the highest bidder and when that didn't work out, you dumped her.
Mariela Hernandez: I would never do that.
Voight: Where were you last night?
Mariela Hernandez: Home.
Voight: Who saw you there?
Mariela Hernandez: No one. I had a test this morning. I went to bed early. I was at class at 9:00. I only did what they asked. I would never do this to a child... Please. Please!
Lindsay: Tana Meyer's downstairs.
Voight: Get Mariela down to lockup. I want her photoed, printed, and stuck in a holding cell.
21 entrance
Lindsay: Tana Meyer.
Tana Meyer: Is she okay? Is the baby okay?
Lindsay: Follow me.
Lindsay: What did you know about the other family?
Tana Meyer: Nothing. Only that my mom said I was going to give it up. I made this horrible mistake, and she was going to fix it.
Lindsay: You had no say in the matter? This is your baby.
Tana Meyer: My mom said, "Do what I say, "or we'll throw you out of the house and sit shiva for you."
Lindsay: Meaning what?
Tana Meyer: I'd be dead to them.
Voight: So you got rid of her.
Tana Meyer: Me? No.
Voight: You and Mariela.
Tana Meyer: No, that's not what happened. Mariela's the best. She's the only one who was nice to me.
Voight: Anything else you want to say?
Tana Meyer: Is my baby going to live?
Mariela Hernandez: Please don't do this. I didn't do this. Please. I would never do this. You have to believe me. Please. Please. Please.
Atwater: Ma'am, I don't want to have to put you in there… Come on.
Mariela Hernandez: I didn't do this. I would never do this. Please. Please. Please. You have to believe me. You have to believe me. Please.
Voight’s office
Voight: Got something?
Lindsay: No… This whole thing's just...
Voight: Did I ever tell you how Camille told me she was pregnant with Justin? I... I wanted to wait, you know, when I'm a detective... Anyway, I come home one night, big dinner. "I know you're not ready for a baby," she says… "But I hope you're ready for two."
Lindsay: She messed with you.
Voight: No… Justin was a twin.
Lindsay: W... Wait, are you serious?
Voight: Camille didn't like to talk about it. Yeah, Justin came out first. The other was, uh, stillborn.
Lindsay: Oh, my God, Hank.
Voight: Yeah, back then, you just... You know... Let the nurses do their thing and they did. I always regretted not, uh... You know, a service. Proper burial… Was a girl.
Ruzek: Hey. Boss.
Voight: Yeah.
Ruzek: So, Tommy Flynn had a business go belly-up last year. He'd hire out personal trainers. I called a few that he contracted. They worked out of Punch Sports Club.
Voight: The duffel bag.
Ruzek: Yeah.
Voight: All right, call Olinsky. Tell him to hold off on booking Mariela and get an arrest warrant for Tommy Flynn.
Ruzek: On it, Sarge.
Flynns’s house
Ruzek: Chicago PD!
Dawson: Chicago PD! Clear.
Halstead: Hey, cars are gone. The garage is empty.
Dawson: They dumped that baby and they know we're after them.
Voight: All right, call Mouse. Have him flag all their credit cards. These people got at least an hour head start on us.
Voight’s car
Halstead: You got anything?
Dawson: Troopers pegged a vehicle heading north on 90/94 and stayed on it. I think we got them.
Halstead: Copy that.
Voight: I got a visual. Plate is confirmed.
Halstead’s car
Halstead: 10-4, copy that.
Voight: All right, set up for a takeaway.
Voight’s car
Voight: I'm gonna pull in now. We'll get the main eye.
Halstead: We can move in.
Voight: Stay out of sight. Wait for my go… The dad's pumping gas, kid in the back, wife in the passenger.
Halstead’s car
Voight: There's no telling if this guy will panic, so no one moves till he gets away from the pumps.
Halstead: Copy that. We're in position.
Voight’s car
Voight: Okay, he's rolling out now. Do it now.
Gaze Station
Halstead: Show me your hands. Do it.
Max Flynn: Mommy! Daddy!
Janet Flynn: Tommy! Tommy!
Halstead: Slowly. Slowly.
Thomas Flynn: It's okay, honey. It's okay. It's okay.
Janet Flynn: No, no, no, no. Max. Hey, sweetie, it's okay. Just look at me, okay? It's okay, Max. Max!
Halstead: Step over here, please.
Max Flynn: Mommy!
Ruzek: Okay, okay.
Max Flynn: Mommy!
Janet Flynn: No, no...
Thomas Flynn: Don't touch them!
Max Flynn: Daddy, Mommy!
Thomas Flynn: I'm the one who left the baby outside. It was me, okay? I did it. It was me. I did it.
Interview room
Thomas Flynn: Uh, I was drinking last night, and uh, I had too much. And... And Janet and I fought.
Janet Flynn: It was a lunar eclipse. Max loves everything to do with space, and we put him to bed. He begged us to wake him up for it, but it was at 2:00 AM.
Thomas Flynn: Being an astronaut is all Max talks about. Janet said that he was fighting a cold. She and the baby... They weren't sleeping. Then she went off to bed. And I was still drunk. I woke Max at 1:30 and I accidentally woke the baby. So I took her outside with us.
Janet Flynn: Tommy passed out. Max had a blanket. When Max woke up at 6:00, he couldn't wake the baby.
Thomas Flynn: Maybe we just weren't ready for another baby. Maybe, you know, one day we have a six-year-old… We loved her. We really loved her. I panicked. That's all. I... I panicked.
Voight’s office
Voight: He had a chance to save that baby. Instead he stuffed it in a duffel with rocks.
Olinsky: Yeah, he intended to throw her in the water but couldn't. He had some conscience.
Dawson: Not enough to take her to the hospital and not enough to report it to the police.
Halstead: How do we know his story is even true? I mean, maybe him saying "I wasn't ready" was actually saying "I wasn't ready for a baby" so he took her outside on purpose.
This could be attempted murder.
Steve Kot: Based on the evidence we have, I could charge the parents with aggravated battery since they should have taken the baby to the hospital, or child abandonment since the dad left the baby at the lake still alive.
Olinsky: What about the midwife?
Steve Kot: I could make abduction stick since she had no court order to hand that baby over.
Lindsay: She was totally worked and threatened by Tana's mother.
Ruzek: Then she should have come to the police.
Atwater: She would have got deported.
Steve Kot: She's going to be deported anyway.
Lindsay: What about the Meyers? They're the ones who started this whole ball rolling. That mother? I'd like to see her get arrested in a very public place. I'd like to be the one who does it.
Steve Kot: So Tommy Flynn's negligence resulted in this baby's condition and he disposed of her, so either way he goes away. Uh, the wife wasn't involved and the kid doesn't deserve to be punished so let's kick the mom. I'll put together charges for Flynn, the midwife, and Deborah Meyer. Good?
Ruzek: Okay. So... It's called a space pen. It's a pen that'll write in space, it'll write upside down, write in zero gravity. You're big into space, right?
Max Flynn: I just wanted her to see the eclipse.
Ruzek: You mean the baby? You wanted the baby to see the eclipse?
Max Flynn: I thought Molly would like it. That's why I took her outside. To see the eclipse.
Ruzek: You and your dad, right?
Max Flynn: No. Just me.
Officer: Right in here, ma'am.
Max Flynn: Mommy!
Janet Flynn: Oh! Let's go home, sweetheart.
Max Flynn: Where's Daddy?
Janet Flynn: He has to stay behind a little longer.
Ruzek: Mrs. Flynn, I need you to hold up here for a second, okay? Stay right here, please.
Interview room
Voight: Tommy… We know it wasn't you who left the baby out in the cold, okay? It was your son, Max. You're doing this...
Thomas Flynn: No.
Voight: To protect him. Look, I'm a father. I... I've done what you're doing, but you think that Max will go away for something... A mistake? A horrible mistake?
Thomas Flynn: It was me, okay? That... That's it.
Voight: But Max won't. He won't. Tommy, he didn't know what he was doing. The State's Attorney's going to say the same thing when he hears the story. Believe me. He'll get Max some help, which he's gonna need. He also needs his dad more than anything… Tell me what really happened.
Thomas Flynn: Max took her outside. We didn't know… We didn't know what to do. He never meant to hurt her. We didn't mean to hurt her.
Voight: Hey.
Ben Meyer: Peppercorn steak. That'd be good. And don't forget your wine.
Deborah Meyer: Some butter.
Lindsay: Deborah Meyer.
Deborah Meyer: What is this?
Lindsay: You're under arrest for the kidnapping of a tender age child.
Deborah Meyer: Are you crazy?
Lindsay: Stand up.
Halstead: Put your hands behind your back.
Deborah Meyer: You did this. Look at what they're doing. Oh, my God. Are you happy, Ben? Look at what you did.
Ben Meyer: I'll call Barton. I'll make sure. Where are you taking her?
Lindsay: The 21st district.
Deborah Meyer: Oh.
Halstead: Run for your life, pal.
Chicago Med
Voight: I don't believe it.
Natalie Manning: The EG is good, brain wave and heart are remarkably okay. It's gonna be a slow road, but she's a fighter. You can go in.
Lindsay: Thanks. Hey. She should probably go in first.

Tana Meyer: What will happen to her?
Lindsay: She'll be surrendered to DCFS. It's the Department of Children and Family Services.
Tana Meyer: What if I want to keep her?
Lindsay: You never technically signed away any of your parental rights. And DCFS would always rather keep a baby with its rightful parent. You're gonna have to fight for her.
Tana Meyer: I will.
Voight’s house
Voight: I heard Justin was in town.
Olive: Yeah, he had a training day. Came up last-minute.
Voight: Then I wish he would have told me.
Olive: He was gonna. He just had some friends to see.
Voight: Mmm. He's doing all right? He's got his head on straight?
Olive: Yep.
Voight: Oh. There it is… Hmm… Who is making all that noise? Oh, I figured it was you.
Olive: I knew the second we sat down he'd be back up. I'm so sorry.
Voight: That's all right. Here, let me take him. Let me take him. Hey. Yeah. Oh. There's my man.
Natalie Manning: Top five days as a doctor today, easily.
Burgess: Yeah. I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't been there myself.
Roman: This is the kind of day I buy a lottery ticket.
Natalie Manning: Hold them close, whoever's near to you. Love hard.
Roman: Love hard.
Roman’s house
Burgess: Mm-hmm… Is this is a bad idea?
Roman: 100%.
Burgess: Yeah.

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