I hate to say it, but Anne-Marie almost looks better in death -- with copious amounts of blood running down her head -- than she did alive, because she was just that wasted. Lupo declares, "See? We find 'em," as we're treated to a view of his chins from the perspective of the dumpster. People, it's not arty, it's just unattractive. I have a very similar picture of myself taken at the Eiffel Tower, where the photographer crouched down to try and get our faces as well as a lot of the tower itself. What happened is that the picture isn't so much a good souvenir as it is a lesson that I should have been listening much more to Miss Tyra when she talked about angling your face to the camera to look its best rather than like a descendent of the Michelin Man. One might also suggest that it's a cautionary tale about eating multiple croissants with Nutella for breakfast every day, but I refuse to accept that.
Anne-Marie has been autopsied, and the assessment is about as horrible as it gets -- various penetrations, fluids found, death by strangulation, and then blunt-force head trauma for good measure. Green then gets a message that Sugar's parents have decided to stop the tough love and get her a lawyer. Said lawyer is in a meeting with Anita trying his best to have Sugar released, but Anita and the boys aren't biting and won't admit that Sugar is just an innocent victim. Sugar just scratches at the open sores on her face while the lawyer tells them they won't take a deal. Outside, they run through the options and decide the best one is to let her go, follow her closely, and see if she leads them to the guy.
Next thing we see is them in the car, bitching, so that we know it's been hours that they've been watching Sugar smoke. Lupo gets an idea and has a kid passing by deliver her a note that eloquently states, "Think a bitch can rat me out and run away?" He's not being very secretive about it, just walking around casually outside the car just after he's been talking to her, so I guess maybe he assumes that, as a junkie, she won't really notice him? Let's just call it that; I'm too tired to come up with a better reason. Green chuckles delightedly when he hears what Lupo wrote. It works; Sugar runs to a pay phone and calls someone. Shortly thereafter, a guy shows up and she throws herself at him, swearing she'd never give him up. It's bad luck for her that just then the boys show up and arrest the guy, Tito, who is taken away screaming at her for being a lying bitch.