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(Taken from a homicide report filed in the Pacific Grove P.D. February 15, 2039)

‘Two squad cruisers arrived at the scene of the crime at Lover’s Point at approximately 2036 in the evening. Pacific Grove PD officers arrived in response to an emergency call reporting gunshots fired in the vicinity. Upon primary investigation into the crime scene, our officers discovered the body of one victim floating face down in the ocean just below the rock line at Lover’s Point. Investigators later discovered one expended shell casing from a modified .38 Special revolver lying in the rocks. This casing was later matched up to the single gunshot wound to the victim’s forehead after examination.

Two separate eyewitnesses confirmed that a lone white male appearing to be in his thirties pulled up in a dark blue  2039 Chevrolet Hornet Coupe. They both stated that the suspect was wearing a long trench coat, black fedora and a suit. The suspected shooter had a brief conversation with the victim before being shot once in the head at point blank range.

The victim was later identified as a resident of San Fransisco, wanted on multiple counts of racketeering and had been found guilty by the Cloud Court and sentenced to death by assassination.’

It should be noted that now two years after this incident, no one can find or identify the shooting suspect. The Pacific Grove PD later went on record as saying that the case had been thrown out, and any charges against the shooter had been dropped.

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2 Comments

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    Pushcart Nominated Author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War

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