Kidnapped On St. Patrick's Day (Part 4, page 1 of 5)


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Part 4

Another week went by and still the children's bodies was no where to be found and the leads was running dry. They were about to pull the plug and let the courts do their jobs. when detective Reagan persuaded his supervisor to let Jack walk out the door in front of the press a free man. Melissa was waiting for him at the back door.

The press had a hay day out of it and the protestors being held back a ways so Jack wouldn't get hurt. Jack got in a car that drove two blocks around and ended back at the police station's back door. Both Melissa and Jack was escorted up stairs to an office. Now it was just a waiting game., only time would time if detective Reagan's hunch was right.

While all of this was being played out in front of the press there were two different police cars on stake out. One was stationary by Melissa's house watching the mail box. Another one was following old Rudolph wherever he went. Rudolph stayed inside the house and bided his time. He also was playing his hand good.

When it was dark and he thought nobody was watching he sneaked out of the house passing by the mailbox He didn't stop he just kept going walking down the street to the ice cream polar. He paid for ice cream and sat at a table in the back. The two young undercover police officers not in uniform couldn't see him so they got out of their car and went into the polar to get ice cream.

They witnessed him paying then getting up to leave. They waited a few seconds and left after him. They all agreed that maybe they were walking down the wrong street. The next day a letter arrived by the postal service in Melissa's mail box.

I WANT ME GOLD AND THE TIME IS RUNNING OUT. I GUESS YOU DON;T WANT EVEN ONE OF THOSE BABIES. I AM GIVING YOU UNTIL MONDAY TO GET ME MONEY OR ELSE

LEPRECHAUN

By now Melissa had informed old Rudolph that she needed to get out of the house. The memories was driving her crazy. She signed herself into a place where she could get help mentally. He accompanied her to the facility where the doctor in charge told him for the first ninety days she would not be allowed any visitors. Detective Reagan was hoping that would do the trick but everyone was coming to the conclusion that they may never know what happened to the children.

After Monday past and they still hadn't gotten anywhere in the case, the leading officers all had a press conference stating they were closing the case due to running out of leads. They knew they would get the usual tips being called in.

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