Reflective Essay: The Case Of Detective Sedgely

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Detective Sedgely had just two frustrating clues in this major case – A red leather glove and a locker combination and the number of the locker written on a yellow paper. One of the clues (the glove) was useless, so we went to the locker it was neat and organized. However, that changed, we flipped the locker upside down all the books on the floor, paper that had good grades on them went with it. Little posters on a weird looking person whom looked famous was singing and dancing on the stage. Hoping I went back to look at the glove looking for other clues that might help figure out who stole it and why. The glove was not that bad it was of course leather and it was but, that black biker glove. I knew there was not any biker gang here. Therefore, I tried it on thought it was old it was a wonderful fit, but there was an uncomfortable feeling inside. In the old black glove was a note, I …show more content…
Regularly the response is always NO, you cannot have this, or NO, you cannot have that. In the meanwhile, little kids screaming for joy because of the toy's that they got but they do not kick and start to cry but they scream. To summarize, all the kids were screaming for the things that they wanted. Detective Sedgely was walking through the store with ease I ask him how he is baring all of the noise he did not hear me. I tapped him on his shoulder “oh yes detective” He said while pulling his earplugs out. I was shocked that that we was prepared to actually come in here. Furthermore, were did he get the earplugs since I asked him and he said that there was some in the front of the store in a little box. That made me upset because I prepared myself and he just finds a box full of earplugs, doesn’t ask me for one and, and doesn’t ask if I want one. We went to the cashier and asked if he knew anything about the missing object and the person who bought

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