An Amber Alert is sent out when a young girl, Alycia, is kidnapped. She later turns up, wrapped in a blanket stained with her blood, even though she has no injuries. Investigations reveal ... See full summary »

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... Gil Grissom
... Catherine Willows
... Warrick Brown
... Nick Stokes
... Sara Sidle
... Greg Sanders
... Al Robbins
... Jim Brass
... Mia Dickerson
... April Perez
... Daniel Perez (as Ramón De Ocampo)
... Carlos Perez (as Carlos Gomez)
... Lindsey Willows
... Archie Johnson
... David Phillips
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An Amber Alert is sent out when a young girl, Alycia, is kidnapped. She later turns up, wrapped in a blanket stained with her blood, even though she has no injuries. Investigations reveal that she has been giving her elder brother bone marrow transplant and was going to donate one of her kidneys to him. Meanwhile, Catherine has to deal with Lyndsey who was caught hitchhiking. Written by Ploy P.

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14 October 2004 (USA)  »

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During a take, when Grissom and Brass are interviewing Marlon Waylord (D.B. Woodside), Woodside flubbed a line and was about to call Grissom "Grisham" but corrected himself midway through the name by saying "Grish-som". The producers decided to keep that take because the way Woodside had said it made it sound more menacing. See more »

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When Alycia is taken to the morgue for the autopsy her eyelids move. See more »

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Gil Grissom: Alicia's cause of death?
Dr. Al Robbins: Cardiopulmonary arrest.
Gil Grissom: Time of death?
Dr. Al Robbins: That's a little trickier. No solids in the stomach contents, just a milky liquid. Liver mortis was fixed and deep purple with a vitreous humor potassium level of 20 millimoles per liter with faint putrefaction. So, I'd say she's been dead about... 44 hours between midnight and 8:00 A.M., the day of her kidnapping.
Gil Grissom: Which means April Perez was lying about the abduction.
Dr. Al Robbins: Yep. Story's got more holes than her sister's bones.
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