Crews sleeps on the floor clutching a high heel as two hotties gather their things. Constance walks in the unlocked door, not too happy to see "the cupcakes." She doesn't think Crews should be living on cupcakes; he's not sure that he's been living at all. Constance has unlocked Rachel Seyboldt's Children's Services records, but she wants to know why. Crews thinks he might be the only one in a position to help Rachel. Turns out the file is empty - Constance insists it's not a conspiracy, just inefficient bureaucracy.
Crews stands outside a swank Hollywood Hills home, where wealthy Len Sands has been shot in his bed. Noticing a homeless camp, Crews spots scrawny Easley in a tree, and orders him to come down. Easley throws a toaster at Crews, so he climbs up the tree, and pulls Easley out. In the house, Dani notices a photo of Len and his handsome partner James, dressed in tuxes and flashing matching rings - Len's is missing. When she finds Crews, she slams Easley into a tree, and finds the ring in his pocket.
Bitching at husband Drew, neighbor Stephanie Borns tells police that she heard a scream, and called security guard Smith, who admits that he didn't respond until it was too late. Smith wears gloves. Back at the station, Crews connects with Easley. He knows that Easley can't stand to be inside, and catches him stealing Dani's pen. Alcoholic Easley claims he found the ring and has never been in the house. He saw James throw the ring down the hill after he shot Len. Crews believes Easley, but Dani doesn't.
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