The Leaves Tell the Story (Part 2, page 1 of 6)


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Part 2

While going through old file the unit's phone rang and it was an elderly woman called reporting that her tenant Ms. Emilly Smile hadn't been seen for awhile and her two pets keeps barking and meowing. The detectives took her statement then went inside her apartment..The little yorkie ran and jumped on detective Gibson. The cat hid when they opened the door. There was no sign of criminal behavor in the apartment. There were no food in either of the animals bowls and the water bowl was almost dry. Using gloves they picked up the bowls to be finger printed. Detective Gibson wrote down the name of the dog and cat food.

‚Äč Her landlord said she wouldn't have left her babies alone with out putting enough food for them. There was several messages left on her answering machine. The last few ones was hangups Emily's land lord gave her age as thirtyfive. When they search her apartment they found three different ID's and they had different birthdates on them. When they contacted their clerk Melissa Jones.She instructed her to pull whatever they had on her.

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