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By Tessa Dean July 2021
Scott printed out five copies of that report on the dangerous professor at the local college and then told Eileen that he wanted to check out another one of the background sites to see if there was any other information. He pulled up the link to the one he used on his potential employees and put the professor’s name in. Scott couldn’t believe the reason they had to pull these reports. Men like him should be castrated ran through Scott’s mind.
Eileen was practically holding her breath. “Breathe honey,” Scott said. “You are safe here for now.” Kyle pulled her close for a hug. He didn’t dare do any of his stupid jokes at that point as Eileen was upset enough and he didn’t want to be the reason to upset her anymore. He couldn’t blame her. This professor was not a dude to mess with.
As the next report came up they all studied it. The information looked pretty much the same. Scott printed out five copies of this one as well. Scott wondered if he should call in his favorite detective. Over the years and the problems he and Sarah had, the two of them had become friends. He asked Sarah whether she thought it would be good idea to pull in Detective Jack Fisher. She nodded enthusiastically. “He might come in handy with something we may not think of. Is that ok with you Eileen and Kyle?”
With tears in her eyes, Eileen, said, “Yes, Sarah I would feel much better with a policeman involved.”
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