The cops handcuffed Jack and his father and took them down to headquarters. Later on the police chief came to the Hardy's home telling them that the Dodd's had taken off in their station wagon. The Hardy's had known the Dodd's for a very long time and it just didn't seen like them to break the law.
Jon left his room and went down the stairs. He saw his dad, Jamie’s dad, and Robb’s dad all sitting in his family room discussing the yearly drawing of the names. “I hope this year drafts a good batch of commoners out of South Side. Those rebellious troublemakers are good for nothing but wasting food,” said Jon’s dad. “Shhh,” said Robb’s dad as he increased the volume of the television set.
That night, many witnesses reported having seen a man changing the tire of his van and waving any possible help away angrily while others reported seeing a woman wandering around the side of the dangerous highway. More witnesses reported that Kenneth and his wife were having many violent disputes at their home that usually resulted in Kenneth pursuing an angry Yvonne around the block. The most compelling evidence against Mathison, however, is purely scientific. Detective Paul Ferreira first noticed that the extensive blood stains inside the Mathison van. After hearing Mathison’s original account, he summoned the assistance of famed forensic expert Dr. Henry Lee to analyze what he thought was inconsistent evidence.
“Oh yeah?” “Damn straight, cops came around looking for the mom and the boyfriend. Said they been breaking into houses off the interstate. Even robed the Sac-N-Save.” “How much they get?” “Not much, scared the kid behind the register so bad the boy shit himself.” “No kidding.” “Yep, way I figure it, won’t be long before the cops catch up to ‘em, and their gone for good. “I’ll believe that when I see it.” “Well, enough gossip. I stopped by to check-in, see if you need me to pick you up anything from the hardware store.” “Couple more wax rings and maybe some wood to fix Mrs. Gates’ porch.” “What the hell happened to her porch?” “Her boy, Junior, nearly burnt it down last week.
The hatch opened and Josh shot their mother without knowing what it was. Their Dad was at his friends house still getting weapons and armour ready. He had a feeling that his kids were in danger, but he knew they were strong and he that he needed to relied on Josh to keep Sophie safe. The father told the two kids to lock themselves in the shelter and wait for him to get back. The next day the father ran into some problems getting back to the house in his car, there were too many zombie and creatures on the road for the car.
I can still remember a few times seeing him sitting on the couch at 2 o'clock in the morning in his pajamas eating cottage cheese and peaches and watching Headline News. Needless to say, my father grew tired of living such an existence. Sure, he was supporting his family, but I'm certain he felt horrible about his lack of time with his children. This case is of course what led to my father's suggestion that we move into the building next to his office on the lot. This "house" was actually just another office building with a kitchen.
As I hear the car’s doors slam and the sheriff and Paul’s feet approaching my door, I start to disbelieve in god’s existence and right before I knock the chair over the floor, I say sorry Sarah with tears in my eyes. When I entered Ian’s room, I found his lifeless body hanging from the ceiling, and it looked like tears came from his eyes. We didn’t find any suicide note, but we found a small note which contained an apologizing letter for his wife and everyone which he killed. He would not be remembered as the serial killer, but in fact, a man who wanted to bring justice to the town in all cost. But it’s too bad the town will never know who the real killer was, since it was me all along.
I had the best high school experience. I had so much fun but at the same time I did some things wrong, but who cares that was high school I didn’t have any responsibilities or things like that. When I first got to high school it was normal to me because since I was middle school I had a lot of friends in school, and once I got to the high school I went “American Senior High” it was awesome. I n my freshman year I very lazy and crazy since I had all my friends there. I remember we would skip class, skip school and for that reason I failed math!
4:10PM Finishes banana and sits in family room watching cartoon. 4:12PM Sitting and watching TV with little brother. 4:14PM Commercial and brother and him reenacting cartoon. 4:16PM Cartoon is back on and both are still playing rough. 4:18PM Aunt tells them to stop and they don’t.
Normally Jack would lose track of time and read an additional hour, maybe even two. For some reas... ... middle of paper ... ...verhearing the TV in the background talking about a car crash on highway 95 which was the highway near his house. Seconds later Jack caught on, his parents were dead. Jack didn't know what to do and neither did Lucy because all she could do was cry. He had not seen his parents for over a week and now they were gone.