Detective Files (15)

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Anette and Sidney had a wonderful celebration with friends and family. Anette had a special glow about her, and Sidney noticed it right away. There was a young girl missing, her name is Annie Weller. A boy eight years old had run away, and a white van picked him up. His name is Jacob Owen.

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Detective Files (12)

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Moly Dorset had been found huddled behind a freezer. A freezer that contained the frozen bodies of three young girls and one young boy. There had also been found one young girl tethered down to a steel table. She was barely clinging to life. She had been drugged and tortured..

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Detective Files (11)

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Things were getting hot for Sidney and Winslow as they waited for the swat team to arrive. Everyone was on edge, and waiting to see if the missing officer was still alive. Yavin Igmet’s location had been found, and all that had to be done it take the serial killer down.

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Detective Files (10)

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Detectives with badges…. And on the case…

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Life seemed to have changed once Winslow and Sidney became detectives. Their first day back at work as detectives they were put right on the case of the missing officer. Sidney had noticed a van around where the officer went missing.

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Detective Files (9)

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Winslow’s wife Alberta was know for her straight forward, no nonsense, beating are the bush kind of talking. She out rightly told Sidney it was about time him and Anette got together. Sidney found being asked over to Anette’s place for dinner, a total surprise.

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Detective Files (8)

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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 (3)

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Miss Holy Picket, was the lady who was beaten and was now in hospital. Her daughter Henna was by her side. Louisa took a desk job, and had twin boy with her husband Deric. Louisa had returned to her desk job and displayed a lot of baby pictures. Sidney had apologized to Louisa for being so rude to her.

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Coventry Lake (9)

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The media had found out about the missing students, and the creature in the forest. Every time, anyone from the search teams came out into the public, the news crews where on them asking questions. The search teams were knee deep in slime, water logged moss, and slippery conditions. 

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