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#322 : Des vies volées

En répondant à un appel pour des coups de feu tirés dans une résidence familiale, Lindsay et Halstead découvrent un seul survivant, la plus jeune des filles qui est traumatisée. Alors que Lindsay et le Dr Charles évaluent la jeune fille et voient si elle peut aider à identifier le tueur, Antonio et Olinsky regardent dans un groupe de système pyramidal "d’auto-assistance" pour identifier des suspects potentiels. Pendant ce temps, Platt tente de défendre auprès du commandant Crowley, le fait que Burgess et Roman resntent partenaires.

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Titre VO
She's Got Us

Titre VF
Des vies volées

Première diffusion
18.05.2016

Première diffusion en France
23.02.2017

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Réalisteur : Lin Oeding

Scénario : Mike Weiss

Guest Starring : Olivier Platt (Dr Charles), Barbara Eve Harris (Commandant Crowley), Samuel Hunt (Mouse), Kylie Rogers (Polly Carlson), Kevin Oestenstad (Lewis Barrow), Randy Steinmeyer (Jerome Dougherty), Joe Adler (Gerald Dougherty), Chris Amos (Graham Simmons), John F. Gray (Allan Sloan), Davis Krajecki (Francis Kruger), John Gawlik (Arthur Banks), Sam Derence (Dr. Calloway)

Street

Halstead: Last time I worked violence reduction duty I wound up chasing some tweaked out Bonnie and Clyde couple across a roof...

Lindsay: Right, the ones who fell through the skylight.

Halstead: Oh, I told you that one?

Lindsay: Yeah.

Halstead: Point is, we just became two more targets for them to shoot at.

Lindsay: A: Platt basically made this mandatory. B: We're getting overtime. It's, like, a dollar a minute.

Halstead: Time I'd rather spend in that walk-in shower with the dual steam heads in the apartment I looked at.

Lindsay: Uh-huh.

Radio: Units in the 21st District, we have calls of shots fired at 1129 West on Madison.

Patrol car

Halstead: 4507 squad, show us responding to shots fired. We're six blocks out.

Lindsay: You want the new fancy shower with the whatever and the whatever, you need to work the overtime.

Halstead: Did I show you the loft on Division?

Lindsay: The one with the toilet next to the stove? You are not moving in there.

Halstead: It's intimate.

Lindsay: Yeah, so's prison… Here we go.

Street

Halstead: Active shooter. We'll clear downstairs, you go up.

Officer: Copy that.

Halstead: I need you to turn around and go back, now!

House

Halstead: Bodies.

Lindsay: Squad 4507, roll an ambulance to our current location. We have multiple GSWs.

Radio: Copy that, 4507.

 

Lindsay: Hey… Do you live here?

Halstead: It's okay.

Lindsay: Can you tell us your name? I'm Erin. This is Jay. Can you tell us your name?

Halstead: Did you see who did this?

Lindsay: Oh... Is she shot?

Halstead: I don't think so. We gotta check the others.

Street

Olinsky: Morning, Sergeant.

Dawson: Carlson family residence. A family of six.

Olinsky: One survivor?

Dawson: Five dead.

Olinsky: For what? She saw the shooter?

Halstead: Yeah, I think so.

Lindsay: EMTs woke her up. She's just saying random words.

Olinsky: Yeah… You guys okay?

Lindsay: Yeah. Fine. They're gonna take her to Med. I'm gonna go. I wanna be there when she wakes up.

Halstead: I'll ride with you.

Lindsay: It's all right, stay with them. Work the case.

Olinsky: Yeah, show me inside.

Halstead: Yeah.

House

Voight: Where was the little girl?

Halstead: Crawled out from underneath her older sister. Played dead. The offender must have missed her. And there's no safe in the house anywhere, so if this was a robbery, it went way wrong.

Olinsky: Cases like this, it's never who, it's always why.

Street

Jerome Dougherty: I'm Jerome Dougherty. This is my son, Gerald.

Dawson: You were on Neighbourhood Watch when you heard the shots?

Gerald Dougherty: Yeah, two blocks west on Canal Street. I heard the shots. Maybe two dozen. Sounded like a semi-auto.

Ruzek: You trained on handguns?

Jerome Dougherty: We're both tactically certified.

Ruzek: Do you all carry weapons?

Jerome Dougherty: Some of us do.

Ruzek: Okay.

Gerald Dougherty: A lot of strangers moving in. I'm liberal and all, but, like, they don't get it.

Jerome Dougherty: It used to be a family neighbourhood till they started moving all the Section 8 people in.

Dawson: They assigned Violence Reduction patrols. Doing what we can to fix it.

Jerome Dougherty: And what do you think, Officer? It working? If anyone from the Watch saw anything, we'll loop you in.

Dawson: Here.

Ruzek: Thank you for your time.

Rehabilitation center

Trainer: Unlock your elbow, man.

Roman: I'm not locking my elbow.

Trainer: I'm watching you lock your elbow.

Roman: Look, perfect medial rotation every time. I'm like the Terminator.

Trainer: Yeah, right.

Platt: Hey, Patrolman. Oh, looks like you're locking your elbow, huh?

Trainer: See?

Roman: I got a bullet lodged 3/8ths of an inch into my scalene tissue, Sergeant.

Platt: Yeah, I know. You're the original tough guy.

Roman: What're you doing here?

Platt: Look who I brought. Burgess, what the hell?

Burgess: Sorry, the door was tricky. Hey, we brought you a card.

Roman: I see that.

Platt: Uh, to be clear, this is not a get-well card. It is a see-you-soon card, 'cause I got you on the A&A sheets for light duty starting next week.

Roman: Ah, they still gotta dig these fragments out.

Burgess: Oh, did you get shot? You haven't mentioned it once.

Roman: Ha ha. I got a meeting with the medical board at 5:00 to get the surgery approved, so...

Platt: Good. Easy peasy... Doc patches you up, you're back on patrol as soon as your Return to Work form clears. All good.

Roman: And me and Burgess, we'll be partners?

Platt: That's kind of a sticky wicket. HQ doesn't like the idea beca... Because you were... Because you know what you were at the time of the shooting. So we have to strategize. Let's go get some pancakes. Let's go.

Intelligence office

Ruzek: All right, Darren and Jeni Carlson. Both 48 years old. Lifelong residents of Chicago. Both their daughters were in public high school. Their son, he was 10 years old. Tough kid. Beat leukemia. Lastly, their daughter, Polly. She's 12 years old. She's our only survivor. Darren used to work for the City Planning Department.

Dawson: Jeni was a manager at a commercial printer. They had about a dozen LLCs in their names.

Atwater: Yeah, they were definitely hustlers. Darren manages a few rental properties. I got patrol knocking on doors right now. We might just be looking for an aggravated tenant.

Dawson: Yeah, Jeni was raising money to buy a fast food franchise. I'm looking into their investors. They also had a $50,000 advance from a company called Horizons.

Olinsky: Horizons? That's a pyramid scheme. They do these seminars to teach leadership skills, but it's a total scam.

Ruzek: So, we got nothing on the pod cameras yet, boss. Neighbourhood Watch didn't see anybody fleeing.

Atwater: We got the .40 caliber shells left at the scene. None of 'em match the ballistics database so far.

Dawson: So it's either a single shooter or they only discharged the one weapon.

Ruzek: There was no sign of forced entry, so they knew who the killer was.

Voight: It's possible. Look, what I want to understand is who exactly the Carlsons are in business with. These people are scrambling to do right by their family. Somewhere along the line, it went bad. And let's not assume the kids are just collateral damage. I mean, they got two teenage daughters.

Dawson: The surviving daughter is our only eyeball witness. She's on a three-day psych evaluation at Med.

Ruzek: Her aunt and uncle in St. Louis are her closest family. They're gonna be on the first flight tomorrow.

Olinsky: Polly. 12 years old. Got nobody in the city.

Voight: Well, she's got us.

Chicago Med

Halstead: Change of clothes.

Lindsay: Thank you.

Halstead: You need anything else?

Lindsay: No.

Halstead: To take your mind off. Tell me I'm crazy, but that is a perfect condo. Check out that view.

Lindsay: Where's the bedroom?

Halstead: Did you see the view?

Lindsay: There's no bedroom?

Halstead: There's a dry cleaner in the building.

Lindsay: You don't know what dry cleaning is.

Halstead: I'll learn... I'll wait for Polly. You get out of here.

Lindsay: No, it's all right. I wanna be here when she wakes up.

Halstead: I know you do, but... There's such a thing as having too much empathy. You leave nothing for yourself.

Lindsay: You want me to care less?

Halstead: I want you to sleep.

Lindsay: I'll sleep when I've done 29 and a day. Thank you for this… I'll go change.

Morgue

Medical Examiner: Also noted multiple contusions to rib cage consistent with blunt force trauma.

Voight: Doc.

Medical Examiner: Hank. I know you like to be on hand with tender age victims, but these kids appear healthy. Well-nourished.

Voight: No sign of domestic abuse?

Medical Examiner: No. Then I run the fluoroscope on the father. That's a different story. Due to lividity, it was a little tough to see until we cleaned him up. Bruising...

Voight: Yeah, someone put a beating on him.

Medical Examiner: I think you know what I'm gonna say next.

Voight: No record of him seeking medical treatment.

Medical Examiner: Nada. Liver isn't shot, but it's consistent with his self-medicating.

Voight: You got a timeline on the beating?

Medical Examiner: I'd say three months.

Horizons office

Woman: Being part of the Horizons family has made me a better person. Before Horizons, I was pushing away abundance. It was a pattern of negative reinforcement… Then I remembered the Orlando assembly and the skills we learned.

Graham Simmons: Let's step in my office. This is great stuff. Keep going.

Graham Simmons’s office

Olinsky: Graham Simmons… This your shop?

Graham Simmons: Yes and no. Have a seat.

Dawson: You run Chicago for Horizons. So what's that make you? A life coach? A priest?

Graham Simmons: I'm no different from anyone. How can I help? You can imagine this is a tough day for our community.

Olinsky: Well, kept your doors open.

Graham Simmons: Darren and Jeni were loved here. They would have wanted us to keep pushing.

Dawson: They were also paying Horizons 22% interest on a huge loan.

Olinsky: Yeah, you gotta love a guy like that.

Graham Simmons: I met Darren when he and Jeni were living in a van with four kids. I brought him in and he prospered. Inside a year, they were homeowners, building a life of purpose for his family. Five years later, he was on our Implementation Committee.

Dawson: You prosper, you pick up enemies.

Graham Simmons: Well, not Darren. He put his darkness behind him.

Dawson: What darkness? His record was spotless.

Graham Simmons: Failure. I don't know what Darren was into, but it wasn't working. With our help, he turned it around.

Olinsky: Why'd he need 50 grand?

Graham Simmons: He achieved a new leadership level. He was an Emerald Tier Guide.

Dawson: He bought a new level for 50,000.

Olinsky: Yeah, so you put up the cash, he's gotta pay you back by signing in new members. Well... I can draw it for you. Looks a lot like a pyramid.

Dawson: We need the name of every member Darren signed up.

Graham Simmons: I'm happy to answer questions, but I won't open our books without a subpoena. I have responsibilities to our members.

Olinsky: Yeah, well, you want to help us. Someone killed your friends and three of their kids. Do you understand that? Which one are you, Graham? Hmm? Victim or victor?

Graham Simmons: I'm still working to find out.

Olinsky: Work in progress.

Graham Simmons: Next time you come, make sure it's with a subpoena.

Chicago Med

Lindsay: Polly's awake, but she's catatonic or one click away from it.

Street

Halstead: I spoke to the Neighbourhood Watch again. They're helpful. Too helpful. I'm afraid they're spooking any eye witnesses because right now...

Chicago Med

Lindsay: Polly's the only one who saw the shooter.

Nurse: We need you in the psych ward, now.

Lindsay: I gotta go.

Psych ward

Doctor: Down there… Get security up here. I need one Haldol and a gurney with restraints.

Lindsay: Wait, wait, wait. Let me talk to her.

Doctor: What're you doing?

Lindsay: Stay back. Clear the hall.

Doctor: Clear the hall. Let's go.

Lindsay: Polly? Polly… It's Erin… Do you remember me? Can you put the knife down? Do you know where you are?

Polly: I... I'm at the hospital.

Lindsay: That's right… Do you know why?

Polly: I don't know why. I'm not hurt. I need to help.

Lindsay: Okay, you can help. You can help me… But first, I need you to put the knife down. And then you can help me, okay? Can you put it down, maybe on the floor there? And then you can help me. Okay. Thank you. Now listen... Hey, hey! Wait!

Polly: No, no!

Daniel Charles: Easy.

Polly: No, let go!

Daniel Charles: Easy.

Lindsay: Wh... What're you doing?

Daniel Charles: My job. Make sure she gets her own room.

Lindsay: Polly Carlson is our only eyewitness, and you just sedated her again.

Daniel Charles: She's in a dissociative state. She's not ready to talk to you.

Lindsay: Her family was murdered and you're stalling my investigation.

Daniel Charles: Detective, she's traumatized. She attacked my staff. She's not making any sense.

Lindsay: Every hour that I lose makes it that much harder to catch the people who did this. Polly said she wanted to help. What if she can? I need to interview her.

Daniel Charles: The problem with the police is that wherever they go, they think they're the police. I will call you when I've determined that she's ready to talk. Okay? I promise.

Office

Emma Crowley: I'm sympathetic to your situation, been shot in you squad car. And while the department's proud of the way you handled it, once Roman returns to full duty, you both get new partners.

Platt: Frankly... We came to you as a courtesy. I want them in that car together. They report to me.

Emma Crowley: And you report to me.

Burgess: As I explained in court, my actions following my partner's shooting were professional and correct.

Platt: Burgess, you need to cool down.

Emma Crowley: Patrolman, this isn't the court. This isn't any kind of democracy… It's a tyranny. And I've made up my mind.

Burgess: Understood.

Emma Crowley: Five murders this morning. You come in here with this?

Intelligence office

Ruzek: Hey, boss?

Voight: Yeah.

Ruzek: So Horizons won't give us the members that Darren sold memberships to.

Voight: Uh-huh.

Ruzek: We had a guy in the Assets Forfeiture Unit look into it.

Atwater: Yeah, we got him working backwards through the bank.

Ruzek: The Carlsons signed up everyone on that list, and then those people, they turn around and sell to the other suckers. We're thinking there's a motive there.

Atwater: Yep, and this guy here stands out. Allan Sloan. Sent a few emails. No death threats, necessarily, but close enough.

Voight: "You people cost me everything."

Ruzek: And he got popped for a drunk and disorderly, like, four days ago.

Voight: All right, find him. Get him in a room.

Ruzek: All right.

Atwater’s car

Ruzek: Central, this is Officer Adam Ruzek. Hey, we're at 8322 South Shore. Did you dispatch a unit to Allan Sloan's house?

Radio: We got them held down on a burglary. Should we hold you down as assisting?

Ruzek: Yeah, yeah, okay. Yeah.

Radio: Copy that.

Sloan’s house

Mr. Sloan: Come on in. Guess it's a party now. He came in through the back door.

Took the pins out. Guess this ain't his first rodeo. Took my tablet computer.

Atwater: So when was the burglary?

Mr. Sloan: Last night. I didn't find out about it until this morning, to be honest.

Ruzek: Where were you at 4:00 a.m.?

Mr. Sloan: At my brother's bar, and then here on this very couch.

Ruzek: Okay.

Atwater: Jeni and Darren Carlson.

Mr. Sloan: Is that why you're here? You think that was me?

Atwater: We read your emails. Anything you want to talk about?

Mr. Sloan: They sold me a Horizons seminar in Grand Rapids. So I'm on stage there in front of 500 people, and they got this head shrinker there trying to help me "unlock my potential to create wealth." I mean, I knew at that moment that this was total nonsense. So I'm like, "Okay, I'm ready for a refund." Nothing doing there.

Ruzek: Mr. Sloan, we're gonna need you to come down to the District. We're also gonna need a name...

Atwater: Nah, nah, nah, nah.

Ruzek: Of anybody that can verify your whereabouts last night.

Mr. Sloan: Horizons. It never ends, man. They take everything.

Chicago Med

Lindsay: No, I'm still waiting.

Daniel Charles: Ready for you.

Lindsay: I'll call you back.

Polly’s room

Daniel Charles: Hi, Polly.

Lindsay: Hey.

Daniel Charles: So, Polly, you said before that you wanted to help.

Polly: Um... I saw the man who killed my family. I just... I can't see his face.

Daniel Charles: I want you to try. Okay?

Polly: Well, I need to go to the house on the lake. They said I couldn't go.

Lindsay: Is that why you hurt the nurse?

Polly: I need to go to the house on the lake.

Daniel Charles: Okay. Well, why don't we go to the house on the lake?

Hallway

Daniel Charles: So, this house... She could be fixated. You know, it's a coping mechanism, but the fixation could be based in reality or it could be entirely fictive.

Lindsay: Okay, which one do you think it is?

Daniel Charles: I don't know. You know, if it exists, it could be she's got some positive memory she wants to relive there.

Lindsay: And that could bring her back to reality?

Daniel Charles: Possibly. I mean, I assume you got some other leads you're working on here.

Lindsay: Leads, yes. Witnesses, no. Listen, about this morning. I hadn't slept. I'm sorry. This is your shop. I should not tell you how to run it.

Daniel Charles: Erin, do not worry about it. Everybody's just trying to do their job. So, this house, you, uh, you think it exists?

Lindsay: I have absolutely no idea, but if it does, we're gonna find out.

Meeting room

Arthur Banks: At this time, this medical review board regrets to inform you that we will not be able to approve the surgical procedure Dr. Calloway suggests.

Roman: What the hell does that mean? You got a problem with my doctor?

Arthur Banks: It's more complicated than that.

Dr. Calloway: The bullet... It's buried back near the C5 nerve root.

Roman: You said you could get it out.

Dr. Calloway: And I can, but removing it is unlikely to improve the sensory and motor deficits to your arm, and, well... The surgery could actually make them worse.

Arthur Banks: The damage condition is most likely going to be permanent. You can't work patrol with a chronic condition.

Roman: I don't have a condition. You don't know me. Ask my Sergeant. Ask the Commander. I belong out on the streets.

Arthur Banks: You're unable to use your firearm or defend yourself physically. You can't return to the streets safely.

Roman: Can this be appealed?

Arthur Banks: Son, you gotta think about your quality of life. There's a lot of brave men out there who never got the chance to do what you're doing... To walk away from a shooting. The department will find something for you where you can be effective, and you won't be in danger.

Observation room

Ruzek: Sloan's alibi checks out. His brother and four others put him falling off a barstool at the time of the murders. It's right before he was robbed too.

Voight: Strange timing.

Atwater: Yeah. What's even more strange is that his neighbour called about a car blocking her handicapped spot last night.

Ruzek: Right after the Carlson murders. Plates belong to a security consultant employed by Horizons International.

Atwater: Yeah, the guy's a former Cook County Sheriff. Francis Kruger. Pretty big problem. Got fired for a couple excessive force beefs.

Voight: You see Horizons as the nexus?

Ruzek: Sloan said that the only thing that was taken was his tablet computer, which he used to film a Horizons seminar. Their aggressive tactics, et cetera, et cetera.

Atwater: I mean, I think we got motive. Sloan's a whistle blower. The company breaks in his house, they steal whatever he's got on them.

Ruzek: I do want to tap the brakes just for a second because, I mean, are we saying that a self-help group robbed a guy, slaughters a family just to keep a lid on how they operate?

Voight: So we grab this guy and find out.

Street

Voight: How's Lexi?

Olinsky: Uh, you know, threatening to take a year off before college. She's calling it a "gap year."

Voight: "Gap year"? Imagine trying to get that past your old man.

Olinsky: Imagine talking to my old man… Hey, Francis Kruger.

Cage

Francis Kruger: If this is about that family, let me spare you, I didn't do it.

Voight: What about the robbery?

Francis Kruger: What robbery?

Olinsky: Come on, Francis. You know this. You tell us what happened, everything goes good for you.

Voight: We got you on the neighbour’s security camera going into Allan Sloan's house 20 minutes after somebody murdered the Carlsons… Your unit messed around with one of these back when you were with the Sheriffs, right? But it work for you? I mean, you get confessions with this thing?

Olinsky: How long before we place you inside that Carlson house?

Voight: I mean, Sloan's gonna blow the whistle. Horizon calls you in to, what, clean up, right? I'll tell you what we can't crack… How does the family figure in? Three kids are dead. Not four. You left the little girl alive. And I'll tell you something else... She ID'd you.

Olinsky: Mm-hmm. From a photo array, in one second.

Francis Kruger: No way. Not possible.

Voight: Spark it up.

Francis Kruger: Hey, look, she's wrong. Track my phone. I was nowhere near that house. They wanted Sloan's computer. I got it.

Voight: You telling me you had no dealings with the Carlson family?

Francis Kruger: Not technically.

Olinsky: "Not technically." Francis.

Francis Kruger: Okay, okay. Look, I did background on him before Horizons loaned him some money. I found out Jeni Carlson was a fighter. She was in arbitration for some loan gone sour. She wanted the money back.

Olinsky: Not in any court records.

Francis Kruger: No, it was private mediation. Them against some kid.

Voight: Name.

Francis Kruger: It's... It's in my files.

Voight: Name?

Francis Kruger: Dougherty.

Voight: Dougherty? Thank you. How much did they loan him?

Francis Kruger: 800.

Olinsky: 800,000?

Francis Kruger: What? No, $800.

Intelligence office

Voight: This guy?

Ruzek: Gerald Dougherty. We ran his FOID card. It came back with nothing. But his father is registered to a .40 caliber handgun, so, I guess that could be the weapon.

Atwater: Just so I got this right, are we saying that this kid killed 5 people for $800?

Voight: We find that gun, we'll know. Kicked out of high school for attacking a teacher in a parking lot? Why didn't I know this before?

Atwater: Couldn't make the connection from a fight in a parking lot to a quintuple murder, Sarge.

Voight: And I said, "Find out why." I know it's just $800, but it might have meant something to that kid… I wanna look him in the eye and ask what.

Chicago Med

Lindsay: Hey, I gotta find this house.

Halstead: You don't have to do it alone.

Lindsay: You know I love a combo.

Halstead: So what if the house on the lake wasn't a vacation spot? I went through Darren's financials. He managed a property down on 47th St.

Lindsay: That's Hyde Park.

Halstead: Right on the lake.

Polly’s room

Polly: That's it. That's the building my dad worked on. I helped him redo the floors on weekends.

Lindsay: All right, well, let's go check it out.

Halstead: You know what? This is gonna be great 'cause Erin might actually let me drive.

Lindsay: That will never happen… Come on.

Daniel Charles: Good luck.

Dougherty’s house

Jerome Dougherty: Can I help you?

Dawson: Where's your son, Mr. Dougherty?

Jerome Dougherty: I don't know. Neighbourhood Watch was canvassing. I think he was out with them.

Olinsky: He's not.

Dawson: We have a warrant to search your residence, but first you need to show us where you store your weapon.

Garage

Jerome Dougherty: It's gone. I don't understand.

Atwater: Hey, yo. They found that in Gerald's room.

Olinsky: This your weapon?

Jerome Dougherty It is, but... I don't understand. Are you saying my son did this?

Olinsky: Jerome, where would he have run to?

Property down on 47th St

Polly: My mom made cookies while we were working. My dad said not to, but she did anyway. Peanut butter chip.

Lindsay: That's good. Can you remember anything else?

Polly: He was here. The man who killed my family. He was here.

Halstead: Polly.

Lindsay: Hey, hey, Polly. Hey, it's okay. He cannot hurt you anymore… It's okay.

Dougherty’s house

Olinsky: Listen, man, you gotta dig deep. The longer your son is missing, the worse this looks.

Jerome Dougherty: Gerald, run!

Dawson: Watch him.

Chase

Street

Atwater: Go around!

Dawson: Stay in the car.

Olinsky: Get up. Get up. Get over here.

Atwater: What's the deal, Gerald? You don't like us no more?

Interview room

Gerald Dougherty: You notice I didn't ask for a lawyer? It's 'cause I did nothing wrong.

Voight: Just tell us about Katie Carlson.

Ruzek: We went through your computer. There's you and Katie. She was 16. And the rest of these, I can't look at. So five members of the Carlson family are dead, and you... You were sleeping with their teenage daughter. What're we supposed to make of that, huh?

Voight: Forget that this is statutory rape. Just tell us what happened. What, she break up with you? Dad find out what you were doing? 'Cause... Look at me… Any version of this is motive.

Gerald Dougherty: No. No, no, no. I would never hurt Katie.

Ruzek: Okay, what about her mom, Jeni? We know she was suing you. So what... What was up with that, man?

Gerald Dougherty: It's a long story, but I needed some money, 800 bucks, she loaned it to me. They were good people. But I couldn't pay it back and I couldn't tell my dad. So we were in court… I loved Katie. I'm trying to help.

Ruzek: Gerald, we have your dad's gun. We know it's gonna be a ballistics match, so, hey, just tell us what happened.

Gerald Dougherty: No, no, no, no, I borrowed it to go on patrol. It hasn't been fired. Test it.

Ruzek: Then why'd you run? Why?

Gerald Dougherty: My dad said "run." Someone wanted them dead, but I'm telling you, it wasn't me.

Voight: Put him in the cage.

Ruzek: Get up.

Gerald Dougherty: All right.

Property down on 47th St

Lindsay: So you can picture him? You can see his face?

Polly: Yes. He was here… It was cold… It... It was January.

Halstead: Do you know his name?

Polly: No, I don't know… But... My dad went outside… They had a fight, and... He... He wanted money… Someone called the police.

Lindsay: That's amazing.

Halstead: I'm at the Hyde Park address. I think I got a lead.

Intelligence office

Mouse: Yeah, so do we. Gerald Dougherty. He's in the cage.

Property down on 47th St

Halstead: That's great. Let's, uh, corroborate Polly's story. Can you pull an in-service call? There was an altercation at this address. Patrol responded. The timeline works. A fight would explain Darren's injuries.

Intelligence office

Mouse: One second… Okay, yeah, yeah, here it is. Uh, January 12, in-service call for a domestic. Look, there was no report filed. Fight broke up before patrol could arrive, so I'll play this for Voight.

Property down on 47th St

Halstead: Send me a photo array.

Polly: No, none of these are right. The man who killed my family was older. He was, like, 50.

Halstead: Are you sure?

Polly: I'm sure… Wait, I know him. He lives near us. Um, he likes my sister. His name is Gerald.

Lindsay: Okay, Polly, would you try closing your eyes and just trying to picture the man who came here and argued with your dad? We need you to be really, really accurate.

Polly: He... He's big. He... Had a beard. He had a brown jacket.

Halstead: We need you to be positive, because right now there's other policemen who think it was someone else, someone younger.

Polly: No, I'm telling you. He had a red truck. The kind you can zip the top off of.

Lindsay: Okay, a red truck. We can work with that.

Halstead: Good job. That's great.

Intelligence office

Atwater: I got nothing useful from the report on January 12, so I pulled up the original 911 call. Right. Check this out.

Call

Officer: Do you know either man involved in the fight, ma'am?

Woman: It's the building manager, Darren Carlson. He's on the ground. The other guy is kicking him.

Officer: You don't recognize the other man?

Woman: No, he just jumped in his truck. It’s… It's red. I can't see the license plate. Just J77.

Voight: All right, run that partial. See if a plate reader caught him coming or going.

Mouse: Yeah, no, I'm on it. Ten minutes after the battery in progress call. Puts him right in the area. Full plate is J77-4089.

Ruzek: Hey, I got him. I got him… Uh, Lewis Barrow. 50 years old on the dot. In Stateville for three years for burglary. Sarge, are you seeing that?

Voight: Darren Carlson. Released without charges from that burglary.

Ruzek: Right before he turned his life around.

Voight: All right, get a photo to Lindsay, and then we roll on this guy.

Property down on 47th St

Polly: That's him.

Lindsay: Okay.

Street

Voight: Take cover!

Gunshots

Lewis Barrow: This is my house!

Olinsky: Lewis! Lewis, you want to think this through.

Gunshots

Dawson: Cover me!

Gunshots

Voight: Halstead, smoke him out.

Halstead: Move.

Olinsky: Lewis, you don't want to go down like this.

Lewis Barrow: I'm ready to die! Are you?

Voight: All right, listen to me, Lewis. Be smart. Just come out nice and slow. Drop your weapon. Put your hands up. I'm giving you one minute to think about it. Hit it.

Gunshots

Lewis Barrow: Aah!

Ruzek: Turn over! Get up.

Ambo

Lewis Barrow: Before he forgot my name, me and Darren did a robbery. He was out in the car, I was in the house when we get popped. I took the charge. He said he was giving me a ride. Didn't know about any robbery. I did three years for him.

Olinsky: Mm-hmm.

Lewis Barrow: He owed me. He could have made this right. I can't get a job. I needed 20 grand to get my life going, so I go to see Darren, and he hands me a pamphlet. I didn't want a pamphlet. I needed money, okay? He didn't get that.

Olinsky: So first you beat him half to death and then you come back and kill his whole family.

Lewis Barrow: I went to talk man-to-man… And he says he's put that part of his life away… Yeah, well, I didn't. I never got that chance.

21 office

Lindsay: Your aunt and uncle are gonna be here any minute. Okay?

Polly: I've never been to St. Louis. Have you?

Lindsay: No. I hear it's nice.

Polly: I think I'll like it. I like most places… We used to drive around a lot. One time we drove the whole summer… My dad pretended it was an adventure. But I knew it was because we didn't have anywhere to live… I went to bed in Colorado once and woke up in Oregon… Katie hated it. She wanted to go to camp… But I think my dad was right. It was an adventure… I'm gonna miss him so much.

Lindsay: Hey, Polly... Have you ever met a person and just known that you didn't have to worry about them? Like, no matter where they go, everything's gonna be okay?

Polly: I don't know. I guess… Aunt Nancie and Uncle Marshall, this is Erin. She's a detective. She helped me a lot.

Molly’s

Atwater: So, Doc, how did you know the girl was gonna remember the shooter?

Daniel Charles: I didn't. Memory is thoroughly unpredictable. Uh, for instance, what'd you have for lunch on Tuesday?

Atwater: Turkey wrap, avocado, hot sauce. Same thing every day.

Daniel Charles: Oh, fantastic. Jay?

Halstead: I don't know.

Daniel Charles: Well, okay, then how about the day you graduated from the academy?

Halstead: 24-ounce porterhouse, creamed spinach, onion rings.

Atwater: 24 ounces?

Halstead: With the bone, sure.

Daniel Charles: Point is, memories imprint randomly. Right? Positive, negative. Things you wanna remember stay. Things you want to forget disappear. That's why they invented whiskey. I suppose.

Atwater: Yeah.

Burgess: Hey, where were you? I couldn't find you all afternoon.

Roman: Move to San Diego with me.

Burgess: What?

Roman: Why not? I got a cousin there. He lives a block from the beach, he said I could stay in his guest house.

Burgess: So wait, wait, when did this plan come together?

Roman: I'm still working on it. Look, they're pushing me out. No way I'm working some office job. I'll take my 75 and go. I love you. Probably. And you're the only thing around here I'd miss.

Burgess: I... I don't know what to... I...

Roman: Don't say anything. Just think about it.

Burgess: Yeah. Yeah.

Roman: All right. I'll call you later.

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