The team moves inside to neutralize the situation. They find a stash of other guns the dad was trying to hide. The kids are returned to Dana under the condition that she remains under the supervision of her sister. Andy later learns that her mom always called once a week. Tommy wouldn't let her talk to their daughter. As far as the case, Andy learns that Dana took off with her kids. They track down Connor, who was left in his mom's car by the lake. There's no sign of his mom or the baby.
Thanks to Claire's help with Connor, the team tracks down an unconscious Dana with an empty pill bottle in her hand. The baby is crying by her side, but is otherwise fine. As for Andy's relationship with her mom, that's still very strained. Claire wants to have dinner with her. Andy can only do coffee. Hey, it's a start. Maybe she'll learn more tidbits like the fact that she was named Andrea after her mom's best friend—whoever that is.
The guns recovered at the house had already been seized by the police and marked for disposal. The person who signed off that this action is Detective Jerry Barber. As it turns out, Jerry didn't actually witness the act. Traci questions the officer who logged the guns for disposal. The woman is lying up a storm. As it turns out, Jerry isn't being completely truthful either. The reason he didn't witness the gun disposal is because he was on a trip at Niagara Falls with a woman who wasn't his wife.