Lindsay wasn't the only one who took this case personally. . They have Mouse find their cars on traffic cams and they are able to track them down at a gas station. They're the ones that started this whole ball rolling. When Roman and Burgess get to Med to get the baby from the morgue, but when she got there and they got her warm, her pulse came back. 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, ok? The case kept me guessing throughout, which is always a good thing. From the street cops with dreams of moving up to the elite crew who are already in, life on the job is a daily challenge.
The first thing she asks is if the baby was ok. There is no one home and the cars are gone, they family is on the run. The mid-wife is going to be deported. She comes out of it, but Manning tells them that whoever they pray to, now is a good time to start. This was impossible before with Popcorn Time, because many torrents contain unstreamable video formats. I get that his dad wanted to protect him, but there is no excuse for abandoning a baby, dead or alive, in a duffel bag.
It was a nice, sweet, full-circle moment for a guy who comes across as so rigid. She may not have been the one to abandon the baby, but Lindsay was not about to let her get off scot-free either. Roman and Burgess just do not have any chemistry. So, he did what he does best, called on his team and solved the case, which surprisingly has a pretty happy ending. Halstead: There's a whole section: Glad you weren't as bad a mom as I thought. With police under siege and under the microscope, and everyone from the federal government to the city's citizens watching, the question of whether their form of justice can stand up to the law hangs over them. The baby is doing great, Tana goes to see her and asks what is going to happen to her.
There were many suspects that came about as a result of the hour, mostly because of so many different factors being brought into the case. Meanwhile, Voight is surprised to hear that his son is in town and Burgess and Roman grow closer. Voight tells him that he will do everything in his power to find out what happened and how his two week old baby. They find out that the duffel bags were given out at a street fair, but there is no way to know who got one. No one wants to see this.
And the family presumably got to go home together. What made it even more so was learning how deeply affected Voight was personally about this because of something in his past, when he lost what could have been a daughter. Intelligence dug a little further and found a guy who was in town for a doctor visit around the same time the baby was assumed to be left. Determined to find the culprit who abandoned the infant, Intelligence receives a promising lead based on information provided by Chicago Med and Ruzek helps zero in on a potential suspect. Led by Detective Sergeant Hank Voight, the team combats the city's most heinous offenses—organized crime, drug trafficking, murders and more. Later, Voight is talking to Lindsay about when Camile told him she was pregnant. Despite a troubled history with his boss, Dawson has ambitions of running the unit.
Inside the bag is a body of a newborn baby and according to preliminary findings, the baby had been there for about seven hours. Lindsay: Mothers like that make me wish I could send Bunny a greeting card. The guy swore that he had no idea about a baby. Speaking of Justin, wonder why he didn't tell Voight he was back in town? Turns out, the baby had a certain disease. Responding to a call about a suspicious duffle bag at the Chicago Lakefront, Voight is horrified to discover that the bag contains the frigid and unmoving body of a newborn baby. However, the father caught up with Erin and Jay outside as they were leaving and confessed that his daughter did, indeed, have a baby, but gave her to the midwife as soon as she was born in order for her to give the baby to another family because they are very conservative with their faith. Voight then gets a call about a suspicious package and when Voight gets to the scene, they find a pink duffel bag near a tree.
Meanwhile, Voight is surprised to hear that his son is in town and Burgess and Roman grow closer. Meanwhile, Voight is surprised to hear that his son is in town and Burgess and Roman grow closer. In another part of this story, Lindsay did get her wish to make an extremely public arrest, and Voight had a chance to show how good he is with children in the closing minutes. She then gives them the name of the family that she brought the baby to. Follow her on , and like her on to join in on the conversations! Determined to find the culprit who abandoned the infant, Intelligence receives a promising lead based on information provided by Chicago Med and Ruzek helps zero in on a potential suspect. Meanwhile at the hospital, the baby goes into cardiac arrest. As Voight said, no one was going to blame a six year old.
They are a strict Jewish family and it would make them look bad in their community so they did a closed adoption with no paperwork. There were several suspects, from the baby's grandparents, to the midwife, to the adoptive couple, and yet none of them were really innocent. Voight tells them to put a hold on booking the mid-wife and they raid the Flynn house. Inside the bag there were rocks, like whoever dumped her planned on sinking her in the water but chickened out. It was a heartbreaking end, but the good news is that the baby did make it through the process, and the original birth mother is now prepared to fight for her. The mother of the birth mom got arrested along with the midwife.
No one wants to jump right back into work following a vacation. Meanwhile, Voight is surprised to hear that his son is in town and Burgess and Roman grow closer. She asks again if the baby is going to be ok and she is clearly upset. Demanding and tough, only those who can take the heat survive under Voight's command. Coincidentally, she had just turned 18 and was out of the country according to her parents. But now it's a new day and age in Chicago.