What did you say your Name was? – A Novel, Chapter 13


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The Miami police had a dilemma. Information provided by Ted was not enough to track down the car involved in the hit and run that killed Owen. The possibilities were numerous — someone living in the neighborhood rushing to go to work, a visitor from out-of-state, a landscaper. There were no clues. The police had requested the Department of Motor Vehicles to run a check of the partial license plate numbers. They had a backlog and were going to take a few days. If the driver was from out-of-state it would be out of jurisdiction of the Miami police.

Police were interviewing the residents of the neighborhood. The forensic lab had reported finding traces of marijuana in Owen’s blood. Was Owen going to rendezvous with a dealer? This meant that they definitely needed to get the FBI involved.

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