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Criminal Sibe Investigation

Criminal Sibe Investigation

January 20, 2014
Posted in: Dogs | Reading Time: 1 minute


CSI Criminal Sibe Investigation  On a routine property stroll, a local mole tenant was found murdered at 11:03 A.M. this morning on a hillside next to his home in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Subject appears to have been dead for over 36 hours. There are multiple signs of forced entry.  Eight holes were found dug out around the perimeter of the victim's home. Subject's body appears wet and mauled.  Fatal puncture wounds were found on the abdomen. No murder weapon was found near the crime scene. Nobody saw the crime take place, but witnesses claim seeing a black and white Siberian frequenting the area, alone, digging. 


Interrogation of the subject (a local living nearby) did not go well. She refused to speak without a lawyer. This investigator much too grossed out to run DNA tests of the suspect against the victim. This case remains unsolved. Case closed.

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8 comments on “Criminal Sibe Investigation”

  1. Very wise of her to not speak without her attorney present! And how could you get a warrant to get her DNA for comparison with nothing but questionable eyewitness testimony?Besides, focusing on only one suspect seems a bit, well, shoddy on the part of the investigator. Best to let this case remain a mystery. 😉

    -Dr. Liz, who has a great fondness for mysteries, except where they involve dead rodents

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