Kidnapped On St. Patrick's Day (Part 3, page 2 of 5)

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Part 3

By that time even the fair was over. Jack called the police. They said they would check it out. They found the body of Allison behind a row of shrubs. She had been stabbed with a knife that looked as though it belonged in a kitchen and not just a regular family home kitchen. The police assigned their best detectives Ryan Regan and his partner Marsha O'Brien to both the murder of Allison O'Connor and the disappearance of four year old Bryson O'Connor and his younger sister two year old Lillian O'Connor cases.

By the time they arrived at the pub Jack and Melissa was hurling accusations at each other. Detective Reagan took Jack upstairs to his apartment to question him while detective closed off one of the pub's little party rooms to question Melissa. She was half way through questioning Melissa when Rudolph burst in with a lawyer. He said that he had stopped by home and found this in their mail box.

I want Me Gold for the kids Now !


Melissa knew Jack had done this because he verbally threatened to take the children away from her. He told the detectives that was because of her partying and not being able to take care of the children and there was a police report on it but couldn't follow through, that would have tore Melissa heart to pieces.. Yes they found the police report. Then old Rudolph stated there were other letters found in the mail box that he didn't want to worry Melissa with. They was even signed by Jack. The police picked up the threatening letters on Melissa's life. That made Jack the number one suspect. on their list.

They took him downtown to the police station for more questioning. Of course old Rudolph had to bring Melissa in to throw more accusations at Jack. She told the detectives about Jack's his little mistress in Mullberry. She also yelled I want my children. Very calmly he told her they aren't just your children they are our children and my God I could never kill my sister. He told the detectives he might had been seen at a table in the new O'Connor pub in Mullberry but he never had sex with anyone other than his wife. If he was sitting with another woman it probably was some kind of business.

In a way his friend detective Reagan believed him but his partner sided with Melissa. All of the notes was written on the Pub's notepad but Jack's finger print wasn't on any of them but detective O'Brien commented he might have wore gloves. If it wasn't the children's father than who had the children.

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