A Crying Shame: a Jesse Watson Mystery

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I’m going to have to ask you to come inside and remain with the rest of the family.” He turned and said to me, “I see your mother is here. Maybe you’ll get everybody together for me.” He turned back ...to Billy. “I’m also going to need to speak to my deputy outside.”
“Sure, sheriff,” Billy responded. “Can you tell me what this is all about?”
“The warrant is self-explanatory,” a man said as he came up from behind Sheriff Hudson. He then motioned for his men to enter the house.
“It isn’t my intention to satisfy your curiosity. You can read the warrant for yourself once you’re inside.” He held up his shield and said, “Detective Frank Trainum, D.C. Police. Now step inside.”
Detective Trainum was a detestable character—I could feel the anger he carried. His demeanor was gruff and his attitude obnoxious. I could tell that he was someone who liked to push his weight around, and he had plenty of that. His suit was wrinkled and he looked as if he had just crawled out of bed fully clothed.
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