Police Narrative

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I woke up Monday morning and got ready for work, as always. As soon as I got to work, I received a call from my daughter, Brittany. She told me she was trying to get her mom to come pick her up from school because she was sick, but she wouldn't answer the phone. After I got off the phone I told my boss I needed to go pick up my daughter from school. My boss let me off for the rest of the day, so after I picked up my daughter I decided to watch television until Melissa made it home. Once I got in the family room, I noticed there was a message on the answering machine; it was Melissa's boss asking why she hadn't come into work today. Brittany said she didn’t see her mom leave that morning and that she thought it was her mom's day off. When I walked…show more content…
I then pulled her blanket off of her, and saw that she was covered in blood and wasn't breathing. I rushed out of the bedroom and down the steps to call 911. In my frenzy to get help the operator couldn't understand me and repeatedly asked what I was saying. Moments later I heard sirens in front of the house, so I scurried to the door to let the police in. They started investigating, but couldn’t find any evidence about the murder. The policemen started questioning me and accusing me of murdering my wife. The next day they came back to my house with a warrant for my arrest. They escorted me to the to the cop car and took me to the police station. When I arrived, I called my daughter and told her what had happened. I told her to go get money out of the safe and call Uncle Daniel to come pick her up. Since Daniel was one of the highest rated lawyers in town I knew I had a good shot of freedom. The policemen came and took me from my cell and told me that I was being released. My neighbor had reported a break in and told them everything. He told them about how her brother was angry because their father had fallen ill and Melissa was going to inherit their father’s red
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