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A mob boss faces charges for an old murder, but the case isn't open and shut thanks to an unexpected alibi who was once Erin's informant. Elsewhere, Frank gets into a battle with the commissioner of the New York City Fire Department.
Jamie is investigated by Internal Affairs for possible police brutality caught on camera during an anti-policy demonstration. The investigation then becomes linked to Danny and Baez's rape case involving a civil rights attorney.
The last remaining Mustang from the film "Bullitt" is stolen, so Danny and Baez investigate. Elsewhere, Erin clashes with Frank when she sides with her boss on a matter involving cops being held accountable for fixing traffic tickets.
A homicide case is reassigned to Erin after it results in a hung jury, and she and an ADA investigator try to track down a missing witness. Elsewhere, Jamie and Eddie pose as senior citizens in order rid a neighborhood of a troublemaking gang.
Danny gets interrogated about his ex-partner, who's been accused of planting evidence in order to close a murder case. Elsewhere, Frank contemplates the parameters of free speech when activists plan to burn the American flag.
Danny and Baez temporarily get new partners because an outed cop's partner won't ride with him. Elsewhere, Jamie and Eddie try to snatch a collar from an arrogant detective; and Frank's statement on equality in the police force alienates the Archdiocese.
A woman who was held hostage resists pressing charges, but Danny and Baez want justice for her. Meanwhile, a high-profile NYPD fund-raiser uses a phony police vehicle to avoid traffic; and Jamie has the opportunity to be a technical adviser on a TV show.
Lt. Gormley is beaten by a mob outside of his home and the Reagans want justice for this crime, so they go to Anthony for assistance. Meanwhile, Eddie and Jamie observe a bad arrest; and Danny seeks a witness who will testify against a mob leader.
The U.S. Marshals plan a raid of a local gang, and Frank must decide whether the NYPD will assist. Elsewhere, a leading community activist faces deportation because she isn't a U.S. citizen, so Erin and Anthony try to help her stay in the country.
Rev. Potter's son is killed and Potter wants justice, even if that means making peace with Frank. Meanwhile, Erin thinks a felon's death in a prison-transport van is suspicious; and Jamie shoots a mugger who turns out to be a police officer's son.
Danny investigates the disappearance of a former cop who planned to make amends with a woman she wrongfully convicted years ago. Meanwhile, Frank must deal with a peer who refuses to retire, even though he's hit a mandatory age limit.
An international felon keeps getting away with murder, but Frank and Danny set out to stop him. Meanwhile, Erin considers going into private practice in order to pay for Nicky's college; and Danny gets off on the wrong foot with his new boss.
An on-air interview goes badly for Frank when he's blindsided by the interim district attorney. Elsewhere, Danny and his new boss deal with a drive-by shooting, and they take contrasting approaches to the investigation.
A cop's body camera malfunctions during an altercation with a civilian, and Frank must deal with the negative public reaction. Elsewhere, Danny and Baez try to safeguard an informant; and Erin looks into a rape claim made by her friend's daughter.
Three community leaders are killed in apparent hate crimes, and Danny and Baez investigate as Frank meets with folks who want to ensure the gravity of these crimes is not ignored. Meanwhile, Linda wants to protect herself with a gun after getting mugged.
A homeless teenager claims his aunt was murdered by her boyfriend, so Jamie tries to help the kid, and he enlists Danny's assistance with the case. Elsewhere, Erin's displeased when McCoy replaces her on a case concerning a corrections officer.
A hit man invades a home and gets shot by the homeowner, and Danny and Baez must investigate. Elsewhere, an old murder case of Erin's is reopened, and the young attorney she faces is the son of the woman who was convicted during the original trial.
- Birth Name: Donald Edmond Wahlberg Jr.
- Birth Place: Dorchester, Massachusetts, United States
- Profession: Actor, Singer, Songwriter