Erin is rattled when an unknown assailant breaks into her apartment and also attacks her co-worker. Meanwhile, Jamie and Eddie discover a pipe bomb in an elderly woman's apartment, and Frank looks into a charity that is soliciting money for the NYPD.
When a Navy Commander's car is stolen with his baby inside, the NCIS team must determine if this was a random carjacking or a targeted abduction.
Toni tracks down a former cop in search of clues about Daymo; Davis raises his profile on the streets and on TV; Delmond tours while Antoine toils; Janette considers suspending operations; Albert vents about the lack of tribe lodging; Sonny crosses a line with Annie; the Bernettes make a splash at the Krewe du Vieux parade.
Ralph Angel (Kofi Siriboe) turns to Remy (Dondré T. Whitfield) for help with his business idea, and he offers encouraging advice for obtaining the capital he needs. Charley enters her final divorce mediation with Davis (Timon Kyle Durrett), where she's blindsided with his last-minute request. She turns to Remy for comfort, who advises Charley to properly mourn the loss of her marriage. Nova (Rutina Wesley) tries to raise awareness for those wrongfully imprisoned at a fundraiser where she sees Micah (Nicholas L. Ashe), who is still processing his recent incarceration. Meanwhile, Aunt Violet (Tina Lifford) learns that Hollywood (Omar J. Dorsey) might have been involved in a life-threatening accident.
Ashe and Preston focus in on reliable evidence in both investigations, sending them first to Jesse Carr’s old college campus, then on a dangerous manhunt for the only two credible witnesses in Joey Campbell’s case. The political implications of both cases begin to unfold, as Pastor Janae urges Governor Eamons to do more for the poorest communities in Gate Station, leading her to the Campbell household. Meanwhile, Eamons’ biggest competition, Penn Moder, seeks out Jesse's mother, Alicia.
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