It was the beginning of October, and a 17-year-old teenager was hiding by a chain link fence. He had just stolen a purse from a nearby house, and a neighbor had called the police. An officer by the name of Elton Hymon had arrived and was trying to arrest the kid, whose name was Edward Garner. Garner began to climb the 6-foot fence, and Officer Hymon,
John saw the man running away and hit the star screw laser to lock the exit doors. The man touched the door and got shocked and fell down. John caught him and tied him up to a chair. He asked him why he did not pay. The man started to cry and asked for forgiveness. He wanted a refreshing drink and said he could not afford it. Patricia got teeny mag to scan the man’s face. John used the device to scan his face that he was supposed to pay with. All the details and record of the man came up. Brown eyes, brown hair, 5 feet and 11 inches tall, born and lives in Dystopia and unemployed, David Rafany. There was a gloomy and sympathetic impression on John’s face. John decided without hesitation, offered David a job at the coffee shop until he is able to stand up on his feet. Patricia introduced all rules to David and said he will be supervised at all times. He was grateful and praised them. John finally untied him.
The suspect, John Williams had always been an outcast. He sometimes had episodes in public places, but was rarely ever violent. None of the townspeople understood him, and avoided him almost completely. No one but
In chapter three section two of “The other Wes Moore”, the author is connecting with the ‘other’ Wes in prison. The ’Author’ Wes is faced with evidence that some children were forced to become adults prematurely. ‘Author’ Wes recognizes the tragedy of these men's situations “I sat back, allowing Wes's words to sink in. Then I responded, "I guess it's hard sometimes to distinguish between second chances and last chances.”(Moore, 67) It is easy to get caught up thinking how changing our past could have influenced our future. Personally, I can think of multiple situations that if would have gone differently would have profoundly changed my future. This is scary to think about and Wes faced the reality
Sergeant #6020 has enticed us with his persuasive personality and his manipulative mind set. Engulfed in a world of lies, the reality of a true crime investigation takes place in a small town of Saskatchewan. Sgt. John Wilson’s life begins unraveling right in front of your eyes. Lois Simmie captures a tragic story of love, lies, and the ultimate betrayal.
The thirteenth of June in the year 1994, a boy named Nicholas Barclay left his house in San Antonio, Texas. He went to go play basketball at a park a mile or two away from the home. He walked out the door with a pink backpack and a 5 dollar bill. After Nicholas played basketball with his friends, he called his mother asking for her to pick him up from the park. His mother, Beverly Dollarhide, worked during nights and slept during the daytime, so instead his brother in law, Jason, picked up the phone. Nicolas was told that his mother was sleeping, and instead he would have to walk home. This was the last time anyone heard from him.
On a dark, cold, rainy night in Pittsburgh, I see a suspicious figure walk past. I leave the cafe to see him checking over his shoulder as he enters the station. I resolve to follow the figure and phone the cops as I think he is up to something.
Violence and crime have a large influence on the short story, “The Disappeared” by Charles Baxter. Throughout the story Anders, the protagonist, is often affected by the crime in Detroit. He is unaware to how dangerous the city is because of the short time he has spent in the United States. “The Disappeared” reflects what Detroit was like in 1990, specifically in terms of violence and crime. The short story is shaped by how Anders and the other characters are affected by the violence and crime in the city.
In “The Other Wes Moore”, Wes Moore shows that he is knowledgeable. The IB Learner Profile explains a knowledgeable person as someone who explores concepts, ideas, and issues that have significance throughout the world to acquire knowledge. Wes Moore proves that he was knowledgeable by his achievements due to him staying on the right path and realizing that he had to take life more seriously. Wes Moore was awarded with many opportunities because he was knowledgeable. An example of this was after the author started to turn his life around, Wes Moore was interning for Mayor Schmoke while attending John Hopkins, the mayor encouraged Moore to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship for the opportunity to study abroad in South Africa. Wes Moore gained
It was a gloomy fall night in the neighborhood of Davenport, Iowa. The city was silent and dead with Jazmine being missing. The whole community was scared and on the tips of their toes waiting to hear of someone finding her, but the community had to wait because the local police department hadn't even found a trace.
Jan Schlichtmann is an attorney in Boston, the beginning of this venture is when Jan is shown to be on the air in a radio station. A woman by the name of Anne Anderson introduces herself to Jan in a particular way “How come you never call me” Anne said, “‘Believe me if I had your number I would” Jan said, “But you do have my number“Anne said. This moment leads Jan to hear that Anne has her case that his firm is managing but has not received a return call in weeks. Her case is that her son has died of leukemia two years prior. After being on the spot this makes Jan look at the case personally, but is reluctant. Jan is unsure that this case will show any development where his firm may earn a profit, still heads for Woburn, Massachusetts.
It all started one summer when a woman named Melanie decided to move to New York City to continue her profession in solving unexplained mysteries. She slowly walked up to her new apartment when she had a bright idea. She was going to purchase the newspaper and see if their were any unexplained mysteries. Once Melanie got to her apartment she read the front cover and in bold black writing it claimed that a seven year old girl had gone missing. She was last spotted twenty four hours ago in the New York City op shop, wearing a long, beautiful, flowing, blue dress.
Summary: A man was stranded in the Ptlatch River in northern Idaho which had led to him being arrested after he was rescued. Police were called in and informed that there was a man who went missing while kayaking. Before the man was rescued and arrested, he went out with a friend and lost his kayak when it became submerged in the river. He swam to shore and contacted authorities that he was unable to find his partner who was also with him. When he was finally rescued, he was quickly arrested because it turned out he was a wanted man in Idaho for Forgery.
A young woman was found raped and murder matching a series of others that we had started investigating. Liv had a funny feeling about it and insisted on investigating it. Me and raf were unsure if her gut feeling was good enough to continue looking, but Liv pushed on and I couldn't run now. Me and carisi met the boyfriend and
It was her opinion that the foot steps lead to the top floor apartments which was occupied by a thirty-seven year old male named dennis milson. a closer inspection revelaed that the drain was not clear and in the drain they found a six inch square piece of flesh and bones that looked like fingers. The lead detective in london, Peyer Jay, of Hornsey Police Department was waiting in the hallway of the apartment that evening when dennis nilsen got home from work. The detective told Dennis Nilsen that he needed to talk to him about the finding in the drain system. Nislen immediately invited the detective into the apartment and the detective almost puked due to smell of dead flesh.