After six months of self-imposed exile, Detective Angie Flynn returns to Homicide to investigate a sensitive high-profile case.
Angie struggles to accept Lucas’s new position as primary investigator in the murder of a high-end call girl.
Angie and Vega’s investigation of two seemingly unrelated murders is hampered by Vega’s need to pass his weapons recertification.
The homicide of a man is compounded by the abduction of his daughter; Angie continues to secretly investigate the Neville Montgomery file.
The murder of an armed robber leads the team to an unlikely killer - an unassuming florist. The team comes together to support Dr. Rogers.
The team questions the grey zone between law and justice as they investigate the murder of a street artist by his own protege.
While investigating an airline pilot who may be using his career to his murderous advantage, Angie copes with an increasingly distant Vega.
As Flynn, Vega and Lucas hunt for the killer of a free-spirited tarot card reader, Vega gets some unsettling news from the doctor.
A sleazy photographer is the prime suspect in the murder of his assistant; each of the detectives are interviewed about Angie’s methods.
A horrific murder at a surgical clinic leaves the detectives with two dead bodies. Angie thinks someone may be following her.
The detectives must find the common denominator in three separate homicides in order to catch a killer in the midst of a crime spree.
Angie and Vega realize their prime suspect in the murder of an insurance adjuster, the victim’s wife, may be a victim of foul play herself.
In the season finale, Flynn, Vega and Lucas are determined to prove that Neville Montgomery is behind the murder of Maria Snow.