On Friday, Rankin, Manson, along with Konan, Lilly, Wiggins, and Janko went out to the compound to visit the leadership of the cult. Jacob ‘Tater’ Smith picked up the radio and called the office from his post in the central tower. “We have three patrol cars out front,” he transmitted. “Roger,” Bray replied. "Stay visible,... Continue Reading →
“Chief, Manson and I’ve worked out a few things, and thought we’d run by you three. As you know, The Congregation of The Chosen, our new cult is growing, and they’re buying up arms and ammunition like it’s going out of style.” Konan frowned and asked, “What type of weaponry and ammo?” “A source told... Continue Reading →
Chase W. Thornton, troop leader for Fredericksburg Boy Scout Troop Alpha, helped his scouts set up campsite at the grounds of Whiskey Holler and Marshland. This three-day adventure would help the scouts earn merit badges that included: backpacking, camping, exploration, fishing, forestry, geology, and hiking. It would even give the scouts a taste of environmental... Continue Reading →
We’re finally getting somewhere now, Konan thought as he drove through the quiet streets. We now know the weapon used to mark the victims is a double-edged fleshing knife. Konan pulled his phone out and called Lilly. “Hey,” she said. “Where are you?” “I’m headed out to Donne’s Funeral Home to make arrangements for Amber.” “That’s... Continue Reading →
Daisy learns failed opportunities make horrible memories. No amount of tears can thwart the touch of Death.
While Konan and Lilly made their way back to the precinct with Waterson in tow, Tomas and Wiggins went to visit Billy Crumpet. According to his file, his residence was in the center of town near Saddle ‘Em Saloon. Tomas and Wiggins parked at the courthouse and walked to Crumpet’s address. Tomas walked up the... Continue Reading →
Things are tense between Konan and Lilly. Ashley provides the details of Amber Wainwright and her suffering. Lilly and Konan go visit one of the suspects.
The 1-7 Precinct, home of the 117th, sat on the corner of First Street and Main. The building, a bricked monstrosity, had a plethora of concrete steps that led to a landing and the front entrance. Inside, the first floor housed Administration, Booking, Robbery, and a small gang task force. The basement held the armory,... Continue Reading →