Using an illegal wiretap, the Strike Team busts a trio of Armenian cocaine dealers led by Margos Dezerian. Unaware that rookie cop Julien Lowe is watching, Vic pockets two large bricks of pure Peruvian cocaine that he intends to turn over to the local dealer he is paid to protect. However, Shane's stop for some quick sex ends with the unit's SUV being stolen with all of the stolen drugs inside. Meanwhile, Tomas ties to keep Julien interested in their homosexual affair, Marshaling all his resources, Vic sets out to track down he missing vehicle and its illicit cargo before the drugs hit the street. As the search of local chop shops produces leads that bring Vic and company closer to their target, Dutch and Claudette find Dezerian's silent intimidation enforcing an unbreakable silence from his henchmen. Torn over what to say about the theft of the evidence, Julien tells Aceveda. And as the Captain puts out an all points bulletin on the stolen SUV, Vic must scramble to find it first while trying to cope with the news that his son, Matthew, is autistic. As Dezerian's calm and cool murder of a cellmate forces his relocation, Aceveda's men locate the missing SUV. However, when the drugs aren't inside, Danny provides information that leads Vic to the female car thief's boyfriend. And once a search of the boyfriend's apartment finds him dead from an overdose, Vic is able to recover the missing evidence and sanitize the scene before Aceveda finds anything that could bring the Strike Team down. Finally, as Dutch discovers that Danny is having an affair with Vic, Tomas asks Julien to help him out of another jam with the law.