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Blast (2006)

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The team investigates when young Carly Hunter disappears while walking home from school one day. While processing evidence found at the scene, Warner realizes that the little girl has leukemia, and they need to get her home as soon as possible to begin treatment. Despite the ransom drop going wrong, the detectives are able to find the little girl thanks to evidence O'Halloran finds at the scene, but as she tells her story to Stabler and her mother, it soon becomes clear that her kidnapper is someone very close to home. Stabler and Warner end up becoming hostages when the kidnapper approaches Jake Hunter directly by robbing his bank. He turns out to be Jake's druggie son Daniel , who desperately needs money. Daniel accidentally shoots his father and knowing he's gone too far, Daniel lets everyone but Stabler and Warner go (Warner can't get Jake out without help) and decides to commit suicide by cop. Before he can get himself killed, Warner shoots him in the leg with a gun Stabler gave her, disabling him and allowing the cops to take him down without having to shoot him.

  • Kaitlin Hopkins and Joe Lisi also guest star.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (season 7)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.