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As the two continue to navigate the relationship waters of dating and living together, they That moment Jay and Erin made out as a cover on a stakeout. When your girlfriend, who has trouble letting people in, wants to let you in. Halstead and Lindsay have – from the start – been a dynamic partnership. Erin Lindsay is a fictional character from NBC's Chicago TV franchise, as a lead character in Background and characterization. In season 1 of Chicago P.D., it has been established from the very beginning that Lindsay shared a special relationship with Hank Voight, head of the Intelligence Unit. Her unwavering loyalty. Detective Jay Halstead is a member of Sergeant Hank Voight's CPD Intelligence It is also determined that Lindsay prefers to keep their relationship purely . to have issues with abandonment, noticeably shown with the departures of Erin.
Jay tracked her down to a club and told her she needed to come back because her 'grace period' was ending the next day, or she needs to tell him that she's no longer his partner. She doesn't do either and leaves him standing. In the same episode, Jay goes undercover to take down a drug operation with the help of the leader's brother.
However, both are made when the leader finds out that his younger brother had been seen with police, figuring out it was Jay. He kills the brother and his men grab Jay and take off. The team desperately chase Jay when they find out something is wrong but Jay is gone by the time they get there. Intelligence is then sent a CD containing a clip of Jay being tortured. Voight is upset to see this and a subsequent phone call sees the men ask for all of CPD's CI files in exchange for Jay's life.
Ruzek immediately accepts the demands when the phone call ends and says it isn't a matter of debate, but Antonio tells him that most of the CI's are his and that he can't have their blood on his hands.
Ruzek accuses him of wanting Jay dead instead but Alvin breaks up the fight. The team make fake files but the trade-off has to be by a female officer. Alvin calls Erin and tells her about it and she wants to do it.
Erin comes to the station and demands she be the one who goes, but Voight refuses to let her but she's insistent so she ends up going. She exchanges the files but first demands to see Jay, who has not been brought to the trade-off, so Erin goes with them to see him while the team watches. She goes to the house and Jay is brought in bruised and very injured. She stays with him but the fake CI files get caught and the men are about to kill Erin and Jay but they fight back and the leader ends up getting killed by Erin.
Erin returns to Intelligence afterwards. Later in the season, Lindsay and Halstead get back together. Voight, previously against relationships in Intelligence, states that he no longer cares for that policy, mainly concerned with Lindsay's well being, which he entrusts Halstead with. Season 4 In season 4, Halstead tells Lindsay "Cases come and go, bosses come and go, jobs come and go, but I don't want you to come and go" and asks her to move in with him.
They then decide to move into the apartment Lindsay already owns. Later once Lindsay and Halstead started living together they admit their love for one another.
Dawson tells him that knowing the cop Jay has became made the decision easier to leave the unit. He said that he wasn't proud of the person he was in the past, and that even though Erin may think that he's moved on, he hasn't, and he needs time to sort his problems out, like his marriage to Abby. They both avoided each other in later episodes until Jay told her they shouldn't have to act like that around each other.
They remained on friendly terms later, and Jay joked about a married couple that couldn't live together without fighting and so had to live across each other and how their marriage was perfect because of it, and suggested the idea to Erin, who laughed it off. In Army of OneBunny got back in touch with Erin. Jay told her he was suspicious of Bunny, and Erin said she would sort it out herself.
However, during a case, Erin lashed out at an offender when she threatened him with a gun. Jay wasn't happy with the arrangement, and Olinsky told him Voight should've done it long ago.
Jay then asked Voigjt how long the arrangement was going to last, and Voight told him not to ask him that again if he wanted to keep his job. Later on, Erin was called to a review board. Will told him they weren't even together, and Will said now was the only time he felt it was right because she was in trouble and he should be there for her.
Will gave him the ring. He couldn't propose when he met her, and planned on doing it at Molly's that night. However, Erin had taken the job in New York and didn't go. Jay called her, and she was on her way out - she held onto his Army Tag and rejected the call, implying she wouldn't meet him before she left.
Season 5 In ReformJay has a hard time moving on with the fact that Erin has left. He is told by Voight to let it go and move on, because Erin has. During a case later on, Jay shoots a man and then finds a young girl bleeding out. They take her to Med and Will tells them there is a chance she'll make it.
However, investigation then showed that the bullet Jay shot the man with went clean through him and a door and then hit the young girl. Jay is devastated to hear this, and insists he hit a man. This is proven difficult to prove, and Jay is branded a "racist" as a video of him punching a black man goes viral.
The alderman behind it admits he doesn't know the true story, but doesn't care. This is until they finally track down the offender. Voight spends a lot of time trying to convince Jay not to worry and to go home, which he refuses to do.
Jay then finds out that the young girl has died, and feels extremely guilty.
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Voight then takes part in a side deal with the Alderman to make sure Jay's bad image is erased, which no one else knows about. Jay then went to see the young girl's mother later that night with a necklace the girl left behind. Later on in Season 5, Jay was shown having nightmares and impulsivity issues, which angered his partner, Hailey.
However, things worsened when Jay went undercover and began dating the sister, Camila, of the man Intelligence was trying to capture. He kept using his alias until a woman died outside a nightclub that he and Camila were at. He lied and told Voight that he was just undercover trying to get more intel, but hadn't officially put it in the books. Hailey wasn't convinced but went along. This was until plans to arrest Camila came about.
Convinced that she was innocent, Jay called her and told her to leave town, even telling her he would go with her. However, Hailey and Voight found him and convinced him to help bring her in. At the end of the episode, Lindsay and Sgt. Dodds are driving down a dark country road, and they come across an abandoned police car — the officer was shot to death and lying a few feet away from the car.
While Erin and Dodds are investigating — Yates, laying in wait in the woods, starts shooting at them. Dodds is shot and drops to the ground. He calls for back-up and orders Erin to stay down — but she ignores his orders and runs in to the dark woods. While running in the woods, she falls and sprains her ankle and drops her gun in the process. She manages to pick it up and continue. There, she spots a cabin with door open.
She checks the cabin and find a girl hiding, she hears a shot and tells her to not move and then goes outside. At that moment, Yates drove by in a pick-up truck.
He almost hit Lindsay, who tried to fire at the fugitive as he passed by. Yates begins taunting her with notes left at the scenes, when she doesn't show to any of the crime scenes. At the station, when a homeless lady brings a box in the station. While everybody believes that it was a bomb inside, the precinct was evacuated. When everybody in the unit grew suspicious that he knew their every move, Mouse checks her phone.
It was revealed that her phone had a spyware that was installed by the prison guard when she and Dawson had to surrender their phones. She goes back into the video call between her and Yates and she notices that he is in her apartment with Nellie, she is able to figure this out because of a picture of Lindsay and Nadia in the background. During the investigation, it was revealed that Nellie was short for Penelope Williams, she is Yates's sister, and that this was revenge specifically for her and his parents for giving him up for adoption in North Carolina.
When Nellie's phone rings, it was perceived as a call from her mom but she is in station. Yates found him at a truck stop where he had stopped for a break, he is a truck driver. He tells her to come alone. They were located at Yates's childhood house and calls Voight on the way there, after he goes to the wrong address thinking that Yates would be there, and tells Lindsay not to go there alone.
It is later revealed that Lonnie's father, Phil had discovered child pornography on Lonnie's computer and confronted him. The resulting argument ended in Lonnie being strangled with a belt. When Lindsay accepts an offer from the Federal Buerau Of Investigation to join a new task force, she and Halstead begin a romantic relationship because they are not working together anymore but keep it on the down-low because they are both worried what Voight's reaction to the two of them dating will be.
The two end up dating for a few episodes but when Lindsay returns to her job at Intelligence the two are very cautious about being caught.
Halstead recommends coming forward and just telling Voight but Lindsay refuses and their relationship ends. Hank eventually figured out they were dating but never told Halstead and Lindsay that he knew. In the last several episodes of season 2 Lindsay spirals downhill and turns to alcohol and painkillers to deal with her guilt and grief over Nadia's death.
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Halstead persistently tries to maintain contact with her, even after Voight had given up. She turns in her badge to Voight, who declines to accept her resignation and files a 3-day leave of absence instead, but returns to the unit in the season 3 premiere after learning that Halstead had been kidnapped during an undercover operation gone wrong.
Later in the season, Lindsay and Halstead get back together. Voight, previously against relationships in Intelligence, states that he no longer cares for that policy, mainly concerned with Lindsay's well being, which he entrusts Halstead with. In season 4, Halstead tells Lindsay "Cases come and go, bosses come and go, jobs come and go, but I don't want you to come and go" and asks her to move in with him. They then decide to move into the apartment Lindsay already owns.
Later once Lindsay and Halstead started living together they admit their love for one another. Jay had plans to propose to her, but by the end of the season, their relationship had became increasingly estranged until it ended with Erin being forced to leave Chicago, in order to avoid the consequences of her committing brutality on a suspect.
Dawson tells him that knowing the cop he has become made the decision easier to leave the unit. Chicago Fire Edit Halstead worked undercover in a sting to take down a ruthless landlord who threatened to burn down Molly's and Game Day.
This resulted in his being shot in the shoulder, but a successful take-down. During his stint undercover, he had a brief romantic relationship with paramedic Gabriela Dawsonsister of Detective Antonio Dawson.Chicago PD - The #Linstead Makeout Highlight (Episode Highlight)
However, after he revealed he was moving to Intelligence, Dawson ended the relationship. Freddie is offended by a joke made by Herrmann and stabs him and runs off. In 1x04 of Chicago Med, firehouse 51 and the team of Med is there to treat Herrmann.
Jay's brother, Will, is the attending with Dr.