Aired: Mar 12, 2020 , Tuesday at 21:00 on FOX

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Episode Summary: When Charlie and Joseph arrest a man on his way to a major drug deal, they end up bringing a bigger fight than expected back to the station. Meanwhile, Cade and Teresa continue to deal with the complication in the adoption of their foster children and Bill comes to a big realization about his job as Sheriff, as the window on his term continues to close.
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