Detective Files (8)

detectivess.png      Finding clues that no one else can see….

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Being a detective is important to a murder scene. Along with the coroner, forensics, officers, witnesses, and signs left by the killer. The detective can begin to solve the crime committed against another human being. That’s what Winslow and maybe Sidney were going to do as their new careers. 

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Detective Files (7)

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      Detective on the case….

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True love was in Sidney’s heart, but would he ever win Anette’s heart. Winslow had spoken to Sidney about a killer he had to profile. This was a tricky one, and one of those you can’t forget. Another young ladies body was left for the police.

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Detective Files (6)

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       Detectives look for clues….

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Anette and her sweet little children had been given a new lease on life from some very kind and loving people. Sidney had started the collection for Anette and her babies. Sidney and Winslow started to take evening classes, to become detectives.

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Detective Files (5)

tective.jpg      Looking for clues…..

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Sidney, the Chief, and Winslow left Anette and the children’s home with warm hearts, and big smiles. With the help of their fellow officers, they had made a big change in the life of a family that had recently lost their father to cancer. The burden, had been lifted, even for a little while. The officers would keep a watchful eye on Anette and her children.

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Detective Files (2)

files.jpg          Files, and paper work……

Sidney Rumble had become a police officer after working very hard. He walked the beat with his partner Louisa Noncho. Sidney’s father was old school and condemned  Louisa as a police officer. Louisa saved Sidney when the pub robber had a knife to Sidney’s throat. 

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Detective Files (1)

detect.jpg           Detective……..

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When people go missing our police look for them endlessly. And when the case goes cold this fine group of men and women take over where others left off. Dedicated to the job, they find their perpatrator. 

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Peanut’s Story (6)

lady.jpg    Loosing someone…….

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The memories that surrounded Arthur would never be forgotten. Mom and Dad had been broken by the lose of their son. Peanut, with Jasper by his side, made their way to he funeral home and arranged a burial for her brother. 

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One in a Million (9)

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The day trip to the Zoo was a good time for our three musketeers. The day was beautiful till the rain came pouring down. The rain brought out the crazy in Helmet and Jillian. Patsy looked at them as they danced in the rain. She thought they both had gone crazy. 

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One in a Million (2)

studying.jpg             College means…study….

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Jillian was settled into college and mom and dad had gone home. She would be starting classes the next day, and she was super nervous. She did not know anyone, and she needed to start reassuring herself for tomorrow. She knew she would be fine but her stomach was making her insecure. She didn’t like that at all. 

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Out of the fog (5)

fog 5          The fog can mean something else…..

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Felisha had made a truly great impression on the sponsors and she was looking forward to her first oval race in a matter of days. She had wowed everyone at the track. Being in her car for the first time made her feel at one with the car. The car suited her and her personality and together they fit like a tight leather glove.

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