Detective Parker and I have been trekking all over town checking out everyone's alibis. It's the glamorous side of detective work. Some of the alibis held up better than others, but that alone didn't make anyone jump to the top of the suspect list.
We've also started interviewing some of the people who allegedly jumped ship from the Harte Agency to Pearce Brokers to find out whether Annette had contacted them yet as part of her investigation into the suspected leak. We're not sure what to make of what we've learned so far.
In today's update, Crime Scene members get to see our recent conversation with Annette's boss and former boyfriend, Jeff Harte and decide whether he's telling us the whole truth yet.
Free viewers get their first look at the alibi checks for the Harte Agency employees.
What's the truth about Jeff Harte's history with Annette Wyatt and
why wasn't he upfront about it
from the start?
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