Could any of the residents have seen something out their windows? A few would be able to see the dumpster area. I also notice from the map that no one can get out to the dumpster from the inside without passing through the dining roo and the kitchen.
Trying to tease out a little something here. Natalie and Richard both mention having coffee in the dining room. They aren't there at the same time, but does that imply that there are always people, or person, in the kitchen area, making coffee, meals
I wonder what the sting operation was all about and if anyone else is involved.
lgillette, I agree with you about Jerry's character. He sounds like he was hard to get along with and was out for himself and no one else.
Igillette, we seem to have a bit in common. Well you have to start from the beginning, and go on from there, and that is what you and I are doing. We have both got very active and fertile minds. In a place the size of Oxford it wouldn't be very
Gee, this Mr Landrigan is a bit touchy.
What Detective Armstrong said, was what I would consider polite and respectful when he said:- Thank you for coming in. We realize you are a busy man.
But he took it the wrong way, and even told the Detectiv