Tonight on Chicago PD season 4, Lindsay gets a tip that a father might try to avenge his daughter’s death, Olinsky goes undercover as a hitman and Ruzek is placed on patrol duty. So much going on tonight on Chicago PD 2017 and you aren’t going to want to miss a detail! If you missed last week’s episode of Chicago PD season 4, check out my Chicago PD 2017 recap right here for all the details! Tonight’s episode of Chicago PD season 4 started off with Ruzek being told by Voight that he is being put on patrol until a spot opens up in Intelligence. Meanwhile, Lindsay gets a tip about a guy who is looking for a hitman for hire and she calls Olinsky to go undercover and get to the bottom of it. There is a catch, the guy who tipped Lindsay off needs his brother to be released from jail after being picked up with 100 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of a car he was driving. Olinsky agrees to do it and sets up a meet.
Olinsky goes to meet up to get the details on the hit and he finds out that it’s a father who’s daughter, Rebecca Clark, was murdered by a guy named Omar Fry. Omar was acquitted of the charges and he wants him to pay for what he did to his little girl. The father’s name is Donald and the team is going to look into the case while Olinsky is going to string him along.
Lindsay goes to talk to Platt about getting the snitches brother out of jail, but Platt tells her that it isn’t that easy because it’s a family member of the snitch. Lindsay tells Platt that she made a promise and Platt tells her that she did as well and that’s to protect and serve the city of Chicago without “Favor, Affection, Mallice or Ill-Will.”
Burgess and Atwater go to talk to Omar and he tells them that the night Rebecca was killed, he was having a beer and he heard the gunshots. He then tells them that he saw a guy running like he was the one doing the shooting and duck into the subway tunnels. The team go to the subway tunnels and start checking grates for a hidden murder weapon. They catch a break with Lindsay and Halstead come across the gun they believe could be their murder weapon.
After running the ballistics, they find that the bullets match the bullets they pulled out of Rebecca and the gun is registered to a man named Thomas Kaid. He does business out of a head shop and when they search the shop, they find a crates of guns that were seized by the ATF. He has a fake dealer’s license so that he can sell them, but when they bring him in for questioning, they get a visit from the ATF themselves. Apparently Kaid is an undercover federal agent.
Olinsky goes to tell Donald that he hired a PI to look into Rebecca’s case and they have found evidence that Omar isn’t the guy who killed his daughter. He asks him if he still wants to go through with the hit, Donald tells him to give him the night to think about it. Meanwhile they get a list of all the serial numbers and the names associated with them from the ATF. They link the gun that killed Rebecca came from a guy named Maxwell and when they go to see him he tells them that he sold the gun to his cousin. However, the cousin is dead after a gang related shooting and the gang took the gun off him.
When they get back to the precinct, States Attorney, Mark Jefferies is in Voight’s office and he is demanding that Donald Clark is arrested for hiring a hitman to kill Omar Fry. Regardless of the circumstances behind it, he wants Donald arrested so Voight tells Olinsky to get him on tape paying him the rest of the money for the hit and arresting him. They are going to take some fake pictures of Omar to get him to pay the rest of the money for the hit. Later, he calls Olinsky telling him to go through with the job.
They do some cross referencing of Maxwell’s cousin but they don’t find any connections between him and the gangs in that area. They are able to find a guy named Jeremy who had connection with one of the gangs and Rebecca. Apparently he was out on a date with Rebecca and he was the target. A guy named Brigante was targeting Jeremy for shooting his cousin in the ass and when him and Rebecca stopped at the corner store, he shot up her car. She was killed but Jeremy was able to jump out of the car and run off.
The team goes to pick up Brigante and they end up in a shootout with him. Atwater and Burgess run after Brigante and he starts shooting at them. Atwater realizes that Brigante is wearing a vest and tells Burgess to aim for the head and Burgess is able to hit him a couple times in the vest and he falls. This gives Atwater time to aim and shoot Brigante. Burgess is shaken up, Atwater holds her hand and tells her to breath.
We end the episode off with Olinsky showing Donald the pictures to prove the hit and getting paid for the job and them arresting him for murder for hire. He also makes sure to tell Donald that Omar isn’t the man who killed his daughter, they got the real killer. Rixton is talking to Ruzek who is emptying out his locker and Rixton is telling him that he knows Ruzek’s father. He also goes in to tell him a story about one night on the job. He then tells Ruzek to put his stuff back in his locker because his old desk sgt is starting a new unit and wants him to be his number two.
Olinsky has his daughter meet him at the precinct to tell her that he loves her and then heads to Molly’s. At Molly’s, Jefferies walks in and buys him a drink and tells him a story about a case that he had back in the day. This comes after Jefferies accused Olinsky of being a racist earlier in the day. The moral of the story he tells him is that he came at Olinsky with a full head of steam over an old case and he apologizes. Olinsky accepts his apologies and tells him that he has two daughters.
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