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Severide est amené dans le district pour interrogatoire après que sa voiture ait causé un accident mortel. L'enquête avance et l'équipe travaille pour démanteler un groupe de voleurs de voitures qui pourrait être la clé de l'innocence de Severide. Pendant ce temps, Voight demande à Burgess de faire équipe avec Olinsky. Ce dernier a du mal à feindre son enthousiasme à propos de ce nouveau partenariat, et Lindsay considère le fait de rencontrer son père qui est maintenant sorti de prison.

Crossover avec Chicago Fire (5x09)

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Titre VO
Don't Bury This Case

Titre VF
Fuite en avant

Première diffusion
03.01.2017

Première diffusion en France
11.04.2018

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Réalisateur : Cherie Nowlan

Scénario : Craig Gore et Tim Walsh

Guests : Jesse Spencer (Matthew Casey), Christian Stolte (Randall McHolland), Timothy V. Murphy (Zadra), Chris Agos (Steve Kot), Taylor Kinney (Kelly Severide), Micke Schminke (Greene), Greg Tarzon Davis (Reece), Matthew James Ballinger (Mike Cox), Sasha Smith (Elsa James), Andrew Goetten (Barman), Antonio Ciano (Ryan Novak), Laura T. Ficher (Katrina Novak), Rob North (Richard North)

21 hallway

Voight: Didn't ask for a lawyer?

Lindsay: Not yet.

Voight: Sure you're okay with this?

Lindsay: Yeah. Kelly and I dated for a minute. It's not a conflict of interest for me.

Voight: Huh.

Lindsay: And the only reason he hasn't asked for a lawyer is because he knows I'm gonna be in on the interview.

Interview room

Lindsay: Hey. You okay? You need a cup of coffee or...

Severide: No, no. I just want to get out of here.

Voight: Then we're all on the same page… Would you take us through last night?

Severide: I gave an autologus blood donation because I was gonna donate bone marrow to this girl, Anna. You know this… But the surgery... They couldn't go forward with it. The chemo started killing her. They cancelled it.

Voight: 51 says you didn't come to shift.

Severide: I was in a bad mood because of the cancelled surgery, so, no, I took the shift off.

Lindsay: Where'd you go?

Severide: Tap on Rush.

Voight: How many drinks you have?

Severide: I don't know. I didn't count, but I started feeling...

Voight: Feeling?

Severide: Like I'd had enough.

Voight: So, you left... In your car.

Severide: That's the thing.

Voight: Okay. What is?

Severide: Um, I don't know if it was giving blood or the alcohol or both, but I don't remember.

Lindsay: You're saying you blacked out?

Severide: Yeah.

Voight: From the car wreck?

Severide: No, because I wasn't in one.

Voight: Well, how'd you cut your head?

Severide: I don't know.

Lindsay: Kelly, we've got a mother and daughter in critical condition at Med, and their minivan was hit by your Mustang.

Severide: Don't you think that I would remember if I crashed my car into them? Huh?

Voight: You can't remember how you cut your head.

Severide: Look, guys, I've spent the better part of my adult life responding to accidents, Woken up from a dead sleep in the bunk room, and I'm half-awake on the way there. And I do it. Every time. Instinctively. So there is no version... There's no scenario... There's no way that I-I-I go to an accident, I see one, and I run away from a mother and her daughter in need of help, especially if I'm the one who caused it.

Voight: Yeah?

Olinsky: Hey.

Voight: Give me a second.

Hallway

Olinsky: Just got a call from Med. Elsa James, the mother... Left side of her body crushed. She's just coming out of critical condition.

Voight: And the girl?

Olinsky: No.

Interview room

Severide: Erin, I didn't do this.

Voight: Chloe James, the little girl in the back seat... She just died from her injuries… This just went from hit-and-run to vehicular homicide.

Intelligence office

Lindsay: What are you doing?

Atwater: Uh, Voight wants us to build a timeline.

Lindsay: Yeah. Can I have that a sec?

Atwater: Yeah.

Lindsay: We just don't know what happened yet.

Halstead: I think we have a pretty good idea based on the facts.

Lindsay: If it was you, wouldn't you want the benefit of the doubt?

Halstead: If I got plastered and I killed a little girl, I wouldn't deserve it.

Voight: All right, we're looking for witnesses that can put Severide at the scene or in the car. Start at Med. The mother's out of surgery.

Halstead: I started a cell tower dump, trying to triangulate his locations.

Atwater: Yeah, and I called Accident Investigations. They're doing a workup on Severide's Mustang right now.

Halstead: Look. Just to put it out there: word is Severide's had a history of substance abuse in the past. He says he had a blood draw that day, had a few drinks... I don't think that's enough to black out. So, he could've been on something else.

Olinsky: Tell them to put a rush on the tox report.

Voight: Severide is a first responder. We owe it to him and the 51 to keep an open mind. Be thorough, get to the truth.

Burgess: Hey. Sorry. Am I late?

Halstead: No. We're early.

Voight: Come on in my office.

Burgess: Okay. Hey.

Atwater: Hey.

Voight’s office

Burgess: Uh, I apologize, Sergeant. I was with the Chief of Patrol. There was a mistake on my transfer order. They thought I was moving to another district, so...

Voight: Okay, just so you know, you're on short paper up here. That means grunt work, tech stuff, writing warrants, just till you prove yourself.

Burgess: Yes, sir.

Voight: Okay, I'm not looking for the "yes" police. I'm looking for the real police, which we both know you are.

Intelligence office

Voight: No, Burgess, you're over there. You take Adam's desk. Adam's moving over to Antonio's.

Atwater: Give me that.

Burgess: Thank you.

Voight: Where is Adam?

Olinsky: Said he had to step out, make a call.

Voight: Okay, here's how we're gonna partner up. Jay and Erin. Kevin, you're with Adam. Al, you got Burgess.

Burgess: Okay. It's good to be working with you, Detective... Or Al.

Olinsky: You too, kid.

Chicago Med

Ruzek: Excuse me, Mr. and Mrs. James. I'm Officer Ruzek. This is Officer Atwater. We're from Intelligence.

Richard James: Do we have to do this right now?

Ruzek: I'm sorry. We have to ask a few questions.

Elsa James: Richard, it's okay… Let's get this over with.

Atwater: Um, where were you right before the accident?

Elsa James: It was Chloe's birthday, so... So I took her to a concert at the Double Door.

Atwater: Okay. About what time did you leave Double Door?

Elsa James: It was a little after 11:00. I wanted to get Chloe home. It was a school night… That car... It came out of nowhere. When I looked back, she was bleeding and gasping.

Ruzek: Were you able to get a look at the other driver?

Elsa James: White guy and dark hair.

Ruzek: Can I show you a few pictures?

Richard James: Is that him, baby?

Atwater: Ma'am, is that him?

Elsa James: I can't say for sure… Chloe would've known. I heard her scream and I saw her point before it...

Ruzek: All right. It's okay. You've been very helpful.

Tap on Rush

Lindsay: What was he drinking?

Bartender: His usual. Bourbon.

Lindsay: Was he with anyone?

Bartender: Not initially. He was in a mood. He just wanted to throw 'em back, but then a couple of Oak Street chicks started chatting him up, so they drank together.

Lindsay: How long were they here?

Bartender: All day.

Lindsay: So, was he visibly drunk when he left?

Bartender: I'm a bartender in a bar. Most people are visibly drunk.

Lindsay: Are you getting cute with me right now?

Bartender: No, ma'am.

Lindsay: Then answer my question before I have to shut this place down all night to do a license premise check.

Bartender: Kelly was drunk… Drunk drunk.

Street

Halstead: You gave the guy his keys when he was a stumbling drunk?

Valet: Come on, man. I'm running my ass off all night out here, okay? So, no, I didn't stop and check on the guy. I'm sorry. I went and got his car, he got into his car, and away he went… Are we done here?

Halstead: Hey. The valet just told me he gave Severide his keys and he watched him drive off alone. Erin, I think you got to start wrapping your head around the likelihood that Severide did this.

Lindsay: And you've got to stop being so quick to condemn him just 'cause he and I have history.

Halstead: This is not about him… It's about the little girl in the morgue.

Building Manager’s office

Olinsky: That's him.

Burgess: What time was that?

Building Manager: Uh, 12:09 a.m.

Burgess: 13 minutes after the accident.

Olinsky: We're gonna need that footage.

Building Manager: Don't you need a warrant?

Olinsky: Burgess, you bring the warrant?

Burgess: I didn't...

Olinsky: How much you got on you?

Burgess: Oh. Okay. Um...

Olinsky: We're in a hurry.

Building Manager: Yeah.

Burgess: 12:09.

Olinsky: Mm-hmm.

Burgess: That's plenty of time to get from the scene of the accident to here.

Olinsky: Yeah, talk about another nail in the coffin.

Burgess: Yeah. Hey, I want you to know I'm not gonna be one of those partners that you have to school all the time. I know what that's like.

Olinsky: Get the footage and meet me in the car.

Voight’s office

Voight: Yeah?

Halstead: I got Severide's tox reports. What he said about giving blood... That checks out, so his count was low.

Steve Kot: What was his blood-alcohol level?

Halstead: 21.

Steve Kot: Whew. That's over twice the legal limit.

Halstead: And he was on painkillers.

Voight: We got what... 48 hours before we got to put him before a judge for probable cause?

Steve Kot: I don't want to charge a decorated firefighter with this, but can't have it look like I'm giving him preferential treatment. I'm giving you 24 hours. After that, he gets shipped down to 26th and Cal.

21 entrance

Mouch: What do you mean I can't see him?

Platt: Am I not speaking clearly? He is in custody. No visitors except his lawyer.

Mouch: I'm his union rep.

Platt: Vehicular homicide is not a union matter.

Mouch: I don't have a hacksaw blade hidden up my wazoo. I just want to check on him.

Platt: Randy...

Mouch: I am asking... Bend the rules this one time… Or I'm not coming home tonight.

Platt: What?

Mouch: You heard me.

Jail

Mouch: You okay?

Severide: Not really. You talk to Boden? Where is he?

Mouch: Oh, believe me. He is all over this. He's talking to the IG's office right now. What have you told them?

Severide: Everything I can remember, which isn't much.

Mouch: Okay. From now on, just keep your mouth shut. Gonna get you a lawyer.

Severide: A lawyer? I didn't do this.

Mouch: They're talking homicide here. So, like I said, not another word.

Platt: Visit's over.

Severide: Yeah. Thanks.

Platt: You so owe me.

Mouch: I know.

Garage

Burgess: It's crazy how one bad decision can ruin your whole life, huh?

Atwater: True that.

Burgess: So, um, Adam...

Atwater: Yeah?

Burgess: What did he say about me moving upstairs?

Atwater: Um, seemed pretty delighted, actually.

Burgess: I know that you got your bro code and all, but you and me... We go way back.

Atwater: Okay, maybe "delighted" is the wrong word. Um, honestly, he seemed a little freaked out that his ex-fiancée who he still has feelings for might be upstairs right beside him.

Burgess: I knew it. I knew it.

Atwater: Hey, check this out.

Burgess: Yeah.

Atwater: You see that? GPS tracker.

Burgess: Someone was following Severide.

Interview room

Lindsay: Who could've put it there?

Severide: I have no idea.

Voight: All right, you make any enemies at 51? Sleep with someone's wife or girlfriend?

Severide: No.

Voight: Come on. Help yourself out here, Kelly.

Severide: Maybe someone stole my car. You consider that?

Lindsay: Sure. But if someone stole your car with your keys in it, how'd you get back into your apartment?

Severide: I keep a spare set in the fire extinguisher box in the stairwell.

Lindsay: So, you remember that?

Severide: Some of it's coming back.

Lindsay: Okay. Do you remember driving home?

Severide: A little, yeah. I drove about a block and I realized... I realized I shouldn't, and I pulled over.

Lindsay: Okay, and then what?

Severide: I don't know.

Voight: Okay, why'd you leave out the oxy you popped?

Severide: I forgot. They gave it to me a few days ago for a shoulder injury that I got on a call.

Lindsay: Why didn't you tell us about that?

Severide: I want a lawyer.

Voight: Ugh.

Lindsay: Kelly, I got to ask you this. We're trying to help.

Severide: It doesn't feel like it.

Lindsay: If you lawyer up, there's nothing we can do.

Severide: I'm done talking here. I want a lawyer.

Voight: Yeah?

Burgess: Real quick.

Hallway

Burgess: Okay, so, I subpoenaed the tracker company, got a name and address listed on the purchase order, but it's all fake.

Lindsay: And then what?

Burgess: And then they gave me historical information on the device, and at first, I mean, it just looked like a bunch of numbers, but then I realized it's longitude and latitude.

Voight: Okay, you're doing great, Kim, but just give us the punch line.

Burgess: The tracker was turned on at 10:45 p.m. at Tap on Rush.

Intelligence office

Voight: Okay, we're probably looking at a robbery crew that's targeting patrons in the Viagra Triangle area of Rush Street.

Burgess: Right. Auto Theft Unit says thieves have been placing trackers on luxury cars so they can jack them later.

Voight: All right, we're gonna split up into two teams, set up surveillance. Nice work.

Burgess: Team effort.

Voight’s car

Olinsky: Hank, do me a favour, man.

Voight: Huh?

Olinsky: Put Burgess with somebody else.

Voight: Well, there is nobody else.

Olinsky: Then let her run plates or write up warrants or something.

Voight: Come on. What's the problem, Al?

Olinsky: This job is gonna rip her heart out, and I don't want a front row seat.

Voight: Either it will or it won't, but she's earned the right to find out. Anybody got eyes on this valet?

Bridge

Ruzek: Valet just pulled out of the parking lot in a black Maserati… He is climbing out… What's he doing, Kev?

Atwater: He's got a tracker.

Ruzek: Valet just put a GPS tracker on the Maserati. He's getting in. He's coming your way. In five, four, three, two, one.

Voight’s car

Voight: Move in.

Lindsay’s car

Halstead: 10-4.

Street

Halstead: Chicago PD! You remember me?

Olinsky: You get lost a lot?

Valet: Those aren't mine.

Voight: You're gonna end up in that trunk in about two seconds.

Valet: All right, all right, um... Listen, I only put on the trackers.

Voight: Okay. For who?

Valet: I don't know. A guy named Mike.

Voight: Guy named Mike? That's the best you can do?

Valet: I didn't ask a last name, okay? He didn't tell me one. He was offering 500 bucks a tracker. He said he only wanted primo cars.

Lindsay: Well, the tracker on that Maserati's still hot. Whoever's monitoring those things is probably close by.

Voight: All right, this surveillance just turned into a decoy sting. Get up. You're gonna call Mike and tell him you got a primo.

Lindsay’s car

Halstead: My bad. I didn't know that you had feelings like that for Severide when you guys dated.

Lindsay: I didn't… My, uh, my real dad... Is out of prison and wants to meet… Bunny just sprung all this on me… That might be why I've seemed a little off.

Halstead: You gonna meet him?

Lindsay: I don't know… It's like every time my life starts to feel normal there's another pothole.

Voight’s car

Voight: Game time. We got a suspicious vehicle.

Lindsay’s car

Halstead: We see him.

Atwater’s car

Burgess: Illinois tags. Four, five, Victor, Boy, Sam, six, seven. I'll run them. This is Officer Kim Burgess. Run an Illinois plate. Four, five, Victor, Boy, Sam, six, seven.

Radio: Just a second. This vehicle comes back hot.

Voight’s car

Voight: All right, as soon as they move on that Maserati, we surround him.

Lindsay’s car

Halstead: Copy that.

Lindsay: What's he doing?

Voight’s car

Voight: He got spooked. Move in.

Chase

Voight: Atwater, force him onto Columbus.

Atwater’s car

Atwater: Coming around now. We got him, boss.

Voight’s car

Voight: Halstead, get over to Michigan in case he pops up there.

Halstead: 10-4. Headed that way.

Atwater’s car

Burgess: Clear on the left. Go!

Voight’s car

Olinsky: Go around it. Go around it.

Atwater’s car

Burgess: Dispatch, this is Officer Kim Burgess. We have an accident involving a bus at Columbus and East Congress Parkway.

Radio: Copy that.

Voight’s car

Voight: You got eyes?

Olinsky: Nothing.

Voight: Dispatch, this is Sergeant Hank Voight in pursuit of a stolen black Camaro.

Olinsky: Hank, Hank, back up.

Voight: Dispatch, stand by.

Radio: Copy that. Standing by.

Street

Voight: Cover.

Olinsky: Chicago PD!

Voight: Dispatch, this is Voight. I need all patrol units in the area in search of two male offenders on foot.

Radio: Do you have a description, Sergeant?

Voight: Negative.

Intelligence office

Voight: All right, don't get comfortable. We got beat tonight Glike a rookie tact team. No one goes home till we get these guys in cuffs. Understand?

Olinsky: Now, is there any way to reverse the signal from the tracker on the Maserati?

Atwater: I don't know. I can call the tech guys from Homan Square.

Voight: All right, where we at with the Camaro?

Atwater: We know that the plates were stolen. And I can try to get the registered owner down here, see if we can stumble on something else.

Voight: I think we've stumbled on enough tonight. I want something solid.

Halstead: I already started working on the BOLO. I'll have CPIC and the state police put out an All Call message over ISPERN and all the city-wides.

Platt: Your office, Sergeant.

Voight: Yeah. Come on in.

Voight’s office

Voight: Lieutenant.

Casey: Heard you found some sort of tracker on Kelly's car and that car thieves were responsible for this.

Voight: Yeah, well, my team's looking into that, but we still don't have enough to release him yet.

Casey: Why not?

Voight: Look, a carjacking crew may well have put that tracker on Kelly's car, and they may well have intended on stealing it later. But Kelly may have frustrated those efforts by getting in the car accident first.

Casey: He wouldn't have gotten into an accident and run.

Voight: That's what we're trying to prove.

Casey: Can't you release him and then continue to investigate?

Voight: I can't.

Casey: Why?

Voight: It'll look like favouritism.

Casey: You know what, Hank? It feels like I'm being stiff-armed here. You and me got history. Is that what it is?

Voight: I thought we'd buried all of that.

Casey: So did I. Let's try and make sure it's not preventing Kelly from getting a fair shake.

Voight: Why don't you take a look out there? None of those people are going home until we figure this out. Now, if you want, I can have this transferred over to Homicide, but let me tell you something: at best, Kelly'd be sitting in a jail cell waiting for trial. At worst, he'll be doing five years for murdering that girl.

Casey: All right, let me ask you this, Sergeant… Do you think Kelly did this?

Voight: No, I don't… But listen, it doesn't matter what I think. It matters what the state's attorney can prove. And right now, that's putting Kelly behind the wheel.

Platt’s office

Burgess: Hey, Sarge.

Platt: Well, look at you, all overdressed.

Burgess: Okay. Um, look, I was just wondering do you need a Title III or a search warrant to dump information off a cell phone?

Platt: Well, gosh, one of your fancy friends upstairs should know.

Burgess: Come on, Sarge, you're my homegirl. You know that!

Platt: Title III is for a wire tap. What you want is a search warrant, and since a judge needs to sign it, you better proof it first.

Burgess: Got it. Yes. Thank you, Sarge.

Platt: Hey. How's it going with Olinsky?

Burgess: Um, it's great. He's a legend.

Platt: Uh-huh. Word of advice: just ride it out with the old dog; he's got '74 syndrome.

Burgess: What do you mean?

Platt: March 1, 1974, the day females started to ride patrol. Lot of old-timers resented us gals being considered equal in their car.

Burgess: I never got that hit off Olinsky.

Platt: Well, he's come a long way, but some things get hard-wired.

Burgess: Okay. Thanks.

Platt: Ugh.

Burgess: Pow! Thank you, Sarge!

Intelligence office

Burgess: That was the AIU Tech. He said the blood on the dashboard of Severide's Mustang came back inconclusive.

Voight: So, we still can't clear him from being behind the wheel?

Burgess: No.

Halstead: If we can figure out who this crew is selling cars to, we can find them.

Atwater: I actually got a guy. He fabricates keys and chips for stolen vehicles. I've been slowly cultivating him into a C.I.

Voight: Yeah, well, speed it up. Put a fire under his ass.

Atwater: All right.

Reece’s place

Reece: What the hell, Kev?

Atwater: Reece, what's up, dog? How you doing? You working on these? This for a beemer? Man, you coming up in the world now, Reece. That's what I'm talking about. Who's this for?

Reece: Nobody.

Atwater: Tell me who it's for, or you're gonna get the matching one.

Reece: Zadra.

Atwater: Zadra who?

Reece: Michael Zadra. Runs stolen rides out of Rogers Park. He usually deals in the basics, you know? Hondas and Toyotas. But the last few months, he's been wanting these high-end copies cut.

Atwater: Mm.

Burgess: Okay, so, you cut the keys. Who jacks the cars?

Reece: I don't know. He gives me cars' computers, and I make them new sets of keys and fobs. I don't ask his life story. Whoa, whoa, whoa, Kev! My man.

Atwater: He's waiting on new car keys to be delivered, right? You're gonna help us deliver them.

Reece: And what do I get?

Atwater: You get to not go to jail. Let's ride.

Michael Zadra’s garage

Reece: Yo, Z! It's me. I got your keys.

Halstead: Chicago Police! Get down on the ground!

Burgess: CPD! Let me see your hands!

Halstead: Down on the ground! Get down. Keep your hands where we can see them.

Burgess: Hands up!

Halstead: Get down!

Burgess: Hey, hey, hey! You two! Right there!

Atwater: Get down! Get down!

Halstead: Walk towards me. Keep your hands where we can see them.

Burgess: Hey, hey, hey, hey! Right there! Hands up! Move forward!

Halstead: Hey, hey! Keep your hands where we can see them. Walk towards me.

Atwater: Reece.

Halstead: Walk towards me. Get down.

Burgess: Jay, two coming at you.

Michael Zadra: Everyone on the street... They're gonna know you're a snitch.

Atwater: Don't worry about him. You got your own problems now.

21 back entrance

Platt: Single file. Watch your heads. If you're lookin for a low bond, I suggest you keep your mouth shut in front of the judge.

Lindsay: Hey.

Severide: Anything?

Lindsay: Not yet, but... Sarge, at least let me take him to 26th and Cal myself.

Platt: Unless you are ready to cut him loose, it's against regulations. He rides with the others. I'm sorry.

Severide: Hey, if it turns out that I was behind the wheel, don't let anyone try and make a deal for me… Just... Let me rot.

Officer: Let's move it.

Interview room

Voight: Well, you've been a busy boy. Re-tagged and sold almost 100 stolen cars this year. You ship them over to Poland?

Michael Zadra: You coming into my garage like that... I never saw a warrant. I'd say that's trespassing.

Voight: You never saw a warrant? You never showed him a warrant?

Olinsky: I did, but everything happened so fast, I guess.

Voight: Well, we got one. Trust me… But you're not here for selling stolen cars. You're here 'cause we need the guys that are jacking them for you; you understand? You give us them, you walk.

Michael Zadra: Certain people bring me cars. I give them new VINs, ship them overseas. Know what a Maybach goes for in Warsaw?

Olinsky: Who steals the cars?

Michael Zadra: I've only dealt with Ryan. I had an argument with him this week over prices. He wanted more money per car 'cause he has to split it with his partner. To smooth things over, I fronted Ryan some cash. 50 grand for three nice rides, which he never delivered to me.

Olinsky: How do we get ahold of him?

Michael Zadra: It ain't easy. He gives me a new burner phone every time we do business. I put a call out. He calls me.

Olinsky: Well, the problem is that your guy Ryan stole a car from a firefighter, crashes into a mother and daughter. Now that firefighter's facing homicide charges.

Michael Zadra: Well, that's his problem.

Voight: No, actually... Actually it is your problem. See, there's a thing called reasonable suspicion. If he's filling your shopping list, then you can be held responsible for whatever Ryan did on the street.

Michael Zadra: Whoa. What?

Voight: So, you ain't going anywhere until we get Ryan. You understand?

Intelligence office

Burgess: Ryan Novak. He's the guy Zadra was getting cars from. Did three years in Menard for GTA and aggravated carjacking. Paroled a year ago.

Lindsay: And if it's dark and this guy speeds by you in a car at night, you could easily mistake him for Severide.

Halstead: You got an address?

Burgess: Yeah. LKA was his mother's house. Katrina Novak. She owns a house up on Lawrence. I already got a warrant signed.

Voight: Okay. You and Atwater grab Ruzek, hit that house.

Burgess: Here you go.

Katrina Novak’s porch

Halstead: Chicago PD!

Ruzek: There's someone moving around in there.

Katrina Novak’s house

Halstead: Clear.

Ruzek: Hey!

Atwater: Thought you were going somewhere? Huh? Where's your son?

Katrina Novak: How would I know?

Ruzek: There's a warrant. That's your copy. You can keep it. We're gonna have to go through your bag.

Halstead: Keep your hands where I can see them… You been selling a lot of Amway?

Atwater: Hey, you see this? Tools for the entire operation right here.

Interview room

Voight: A girl was killed in a car wreck, and we know your son is responsible. We've got you holding his gear and his cash and ready to blow town, so we know you've been in contact with him.

Olinsky: Found these in the lining of her bag. There's got to be at least half a dozen identities here. Most of these track back to stolen property at pawn shops and cash-for-gold places. Got a Kimberly. Got a Donna. You got a Susan.

Voight: Start running those ID, I bet we come up with a few felonies.

Olinsky: Or we can charge her with vehicular homicide. Got plenty to go on.

Voight: Mm.

Katrina Novak: What do you want?

Voight: Call your son. Tell him turn himself in. We'll let you go. No charges.

Katrina Novak: I wouldn't waste my time. Ryan will never give himself up to the cops.

Voight: There's always Plan B.

21 parking

Voight: All right, you said Novak ripped you off for three cars, right?

Michael Zadra: Yeah.

Voight: It's payback time.

Michael Zadra: Wait. What's this?

Voight: I'm not waiting around to triangulate cell phone signals. You want a deal or not?

Michael Zadra: Course.

Voight: All right. You're gonna send that picture to Novak. Tell him you got his mom. You're trading her for the cash you fronted him.

Michael Zadra: What if he hates his mom?

Voight: Then we're all screwed.

Voight’s car

Voight: Keep your eyes open.

Lindsay: Does the name Jimmy Sanguinetti mean anything to you?

Voight: Yeah. What about him?

Lindsay: Apparently he's my dad… Bunny says he's out of prison, in town, wants to reconnect.

Voight: Hm… I ran into Sanguinetti a couple times. It was back when he was crashing with your mom.

Lindsay: I thought that you met Bunny when you pulled me off the street.

Voight: I knew Bunny before you were born. Most of the young cops in the District knew Bunny. I mean, there was always a domestic or disturbing the peace call at her place or at her bar.

Lindsay: Why didn't you ever tell me that?

Voight: Never came up… All right, get in position.

Parking

Ryan Novak: Snatching my mom? Talk about a punk move.

Michael Zadra: Got your attention, didn't it?

Ryan Novak: I got your money. Let me see her.

Halstead: CPD, asshole. Turn around… Let's go.

Interview room 1

Voight: Still nothing, huh?

Atwater: No. He's not much of a talker.

Voight: No. Just like mama, huh? Yeah, well, maybe I'll just have to go next door and make a new friend.

Interview room 2

Voight: You tell him it's his lucky day?

Burgess: Not yet.

Voight: Oh. Go ahead and tell him.

Burgess: It's your lucky day, Mike.

Voight: Yeah. That's right. Witness says that the driver of the Mustang plowed into that minivan... He had dark hair. That blond mop of yours might have just saved you from vehicular homicide charges… Unless you were wearing a wig. Were you wearing a wig? I think he was wearing a wig. I'm gonna go confirm it with Ryan.

Mike: I wasn't wearing a wig.

Voight: Oh, no? So, Ryan was driving? So, Ryan was driving? I'm talking to you.

Mike Cox: Yeah. Ryan was driving.

Olinsky: How'd you get the car?

Mike Cox: Well, me and Ryan, we were all geared up waiting in our work car. We get a call from this valet we had in our back pocket, says he tagged a classic Mustang, so we track it from Tap on Rush, and we get behind this dude...

Olinsky: Him?

Mike Cox: Yeah. We was gonna hit him at the next stoplight like we usually do, but two blocks out, he pulled off on this side street. So, there was no one else around, so we weren't gonna wait any longer, and as we're rolling up on him, he starts getting out… And dude was fumbling with his keys, so I pulled out my .45 and I said, "Hand it over," and he looks at me like he's gonna fight back. So, boom, I gave him a little pistol whip, he hit the ground, and I grabbed his keys.

Olinsky: Where'd you hit him?

Mike Cox: Right there.

Voight: Then what?

Mike Cox: Ryan drove. Ryan drove the Mustang. I followed. And we were heading north on Ashland, and then just... This minivan came out of nowhere, ran a red light… Ryan smashed into it, so he bailed. He hopped into my car, and we took off.

Burgess: According to the report, the Mustang was going 70 miles an hour in a 35 zone, and it was the vehicle at fault, so it was the Mustang that... Into a minivan. The name of the driver  was Elsa James. She was with her ten-year-old daughter. Her name was Chloe. And you killed her.

Mike Cox: No. Ryan did. I wasn't driving. Remember?

Hallway

Voight: Mike Cox just confessed to carjacking Severide. Only says he wasn't doing the driving. Ryan Novak was.

Steve Kot: Even if that's true, Cox can still be charged as an accomplice to vehicular homicide and face the same charges.

Voight: Fine with me. What about Severide?

Steve Kot: I already made the call. He'll be released soon.

Voight: Good. Oh... Novak might say something about us sticking his mom in the trunk.

Steve Kot: Hank, I've heard enough. I got it from here.

Intelligence office

Burgess: Hey.

Olinsky: Hey… Try to keep your feelings out of it when it comes to the interviews.

Burgess: Okay. Done. Anything else? Because I'm 100% open to any advice or suggestions or criticism.

Olinsky: Okay, um, tell me, Kim: out of 13,000 other coppers, why do you think you deserve to be up here?

Burgess: I've paid my dues. I've been shot, run over, almost lost my partner, and I've... I've arrested more people than most police officers combined in this district, so.

Olinsky: See, you know, that's the thing. Real police... They don't boast or expect any medals pinned to their chest.

Burgess: You asked.

Olinsky: Yeah. Well, you know, between Ruzek and Roman, you've been a badge bunny, so I don't know if you're tough enough for Intelligence.

Burgess: Mm… Well, then get ready to eat some crow, Al.

Prison

Lindsay: How are you?

Severide: Better now that you're here… The fact that I was in that car for even two blocks... I got to get my act together.

Lindsay: Well, however I can help.

Severide: Catch the guys that did this?

Lindsay: Yeah. They're shipping down here right now to take your place.

Severide: How old was the girl... Who died?

Lindsay: She was ten.

Severide: Thank you for believing in me.

Lindsay: Hey.

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