A Narrative Essay About A Crime Story

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It was a cold, foggy night here in Painswick where I was visiting mother. I was walking past the church looking at the yew tree’s when I heard a loud shriek. Running towards the scream there I saw a dead woman covered in blood and another lady screaming at the top of her lungs with a horrific look on her face like she had just seen a murder. I told myself that I was done with the detective business, but what I had vowed had come to an end.
Within in the next minutes of getting to the crime scene I hear sirens roaring from all around. “Get on the ground, get on the ground,” says a cop “put your hands in the air and don’t move.” The lad and I get on the ground while cops were walking towards us with guns in their hands. After being roughly handcuffed I was placed into the back of a cop car and took downtown. The cop who arrested me smelled of sweat and trash. He looked like he hadn’t slept for days and had scratches all over his hands and arms. I asked him what had happened, but he
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She got into the dumpster and started looking around. “Looks like you’re right,” she said as she was holding up a crowbar with blood on it. We went back to the station and had the forensic unit test the crowbar for fingerprints and to make sure that was the dead girl’s blood. A match came back and hour later. It was the deceased blood on the crowbar and there were fingerprints on it. The fingerprints belonged to Andrew Fitz, an officer of the Painswick Police Department. Kate and I grabbed Mr. Fitz and took him into questioning. Instead of Kate talking I did. I asked him to pull his sleeves up, he kept questioning why and tried not to but Kate told him to do it and he had no choice but to do it. When he pulled up his sleeves we saw the scratches. I asked him how he got the scratches he replied that he was trying to get his daughter 's cat out of a tree and the cat scratched

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