Wisdom of the Crowd

Aired: Jan 07, 2018 , Sunday at 20:00 on CBS

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Episode Summary: Carlos Ochoa, the man convicted of killing Mia, awakens from his coma and provides Tanner and Cavanaugh with new details on their unknown suspect, including where to find a photo of him.
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