While Lupo looks at his GPS, an old man chats with him and wonders if Eric took his car to Plattsburgh for a girl. "Why else would anyone go to Plattsburgh?" Well, I'm not from New York so I don't know the town, but it doesn't have an especially elegant name. Sure enough, the GPS was used to find an address in Plattsburgh, so away they go. The address is for the home of Donna Cheponis, who opens the door wearing a low-cut tank top that nicely shows off her boob tattoo. Seriously, that's never a good idea. When they say that they are there about Chrissy, she starts to cry and fall over, and they need to catch her. They tell her they aren't there to tell her that Chrissy's dead, but they're curious to know why she thought that. She tells them that Chrissy ran away two years before, so the police showing up at the door after all that time doesn't bode well. They tell Donna that they think Chrissy is "being deceived by an older man." Donna says that Chrissy was always naïve, and then there's a knock at the door. As she runs to get it, she tells them it's her neighbor come to fix the stove, and that when she comes back she wants to hear all about Bob. The only thing is, neither of them told her Bob's name.
That earns her a trip to the local station, where she reiterates that she hasn't been in contact with Chrissy. They bring up the verbal slip but she still denies knowing where she is. Eventually she admits that a guy came looking for her on Saturday, and confirms when Lupo shows a photo that it was Eric. He told her the same thing, that Bob was tricking her. She then ominously says that when a girl is as pretty as Chrissy, men will say anything. I'm not sure it's being pretty so much as it's posting pictures of yourself in your skivvies on Faceb... I mean, on b-friends.com. Outside the room, they speak to a local D.A. who tells the boys and Connie that Chrissy is a suspected runaway who was into drugs, sex, and hanging with an older crowd, just like her mama. Lupo needs to say out loud that he doesn't believe Donna's story, because the rest of us clearly swallowed it hook, line, and sinker and needed to be warned. The local cop tells them he'll get them a search warrant for Donna's house -- when Connie points out they don't have cause, he just tells them, "My town, my warrant." I get the feeling by his blustery tone that he enjoys being a big fish in a small pond. At the house they find shopping bags from Victoria's Secret, bebe, and Diesel but closets full of bargain-basement stuff. There's also a mounting bracket on the wall for a big TV. Lupo guesses she couldn't carry it by herself and wonders if the stove-fixer, Ronnie, helped her out.