Case Files

  1. - “Little Haiti Purse Snatcher”
    Task Force Leader: Jack Mercer
    Classification: Robbery/Mugging
    Case Status: Cleared
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  1. - “Hotline Miami”
    Task Force Leader: Robert “Corky” Cochran
    Classification: Multiple Homicide/Possible Organized Crime Involvement
    Case Status: Cleared
    Report Details: Suspect was identified as Richard Watts, a college student whose brother had been abducted and tortured by the Krasniya Mafiya. After attempting to delay officers from responding by sending his brother to surrender, Watts attacked the Peppermint Hippo Lounge, a KM-owned strip club near Downtown. Officers met heavy fire and additional resistance in the form of Dmitri “The Hand” Ptrayev, but were able to eventually subdue Watts, in addition to Ptrayev (a known KM enforcer) and Adrik Ivanov, a suspected lieutenant in the Krasniya Mafiya. Watts has agreed to turn state’s evidence against Ivanov, claiming that the murders were carried out as restitution for an attempted takeover by a sect within the KM called the Red Hand, who were aided by the YLO.
  1. - “Copy-Paste Killer”
    Task Force Leader: Isaac Laurence
    Classification: Serial Homicide
    Case Status: Open
    Report Details: Current suspect, Fred Hamilton, is a former file clerk for MDPD and North Beach Police Department. Current whereabouts unknown.
    Relevant Documents
    - Diary Page #1
  1. - “The Voice”
    Task Force Leader: Enrique Alvarez
    Classification: Armed Robbery, Assault, Coercion/Possible Terrorist Intent
    Case Status: Open
    Report Details: “Broadway” Bob Border’s pawn and loan shop was robbed by a set of four crack addicts, who were apprehended before they could escape. A cursory look into the robbery revealed that much of the loot Border claimed was stolen had actually been missing beforehand. Border was booked and is awaiting trial on charges of insurance fraud, but only after being rescued from nearly being killed by a bomb. Following up on the chemical make-up of the bomb revealed that the case had connections to the Vetroni family, an up-and-coming mob outfit. Current efforts are underway to cooperate with the FBI in apprehending the Vetroni outfit for their connection to this crime.
    Relevant Documents
    - FBI Dossier: Vetroni Family
  1. “Operation Malarky”
    Task Force Leader: Jack Mercer
    Classification: Robbery
    Case Status: Open
    Report Details: Officers followed up on a robbery committed by two heightened individuals, a suspected Type C mutant who appears to have horns growing out of his head, and a man who can make people forget his presence with merely a touch.
    Officers responded to a second robbery, this time an armored truck. The suspects held off officers for about ten minutes before fleeing in an armored van with electronic countermeasures. One suspect, who was previously unknown before this incident, was detained and is currently in critical condition at Miami Central Hospital after an extended altercation with Detective Mercer.
    Two potential suspects have been identified, and one previously unknown suspect has been captured.
    -Samuel Foreman is the suspected identity of Forget-Me-Not. Foreman is a registered Article 18 mutant after being arrested for using his power to short-change a convenience store owner repeatedly over the course of a few hours.
    -Harold Lewis is the suspected identity of the Manotaur. He is a two-time felon and probable affiliate of the Aryan Nation.
    -Melissa Montoya is the confirmed identity of Shieldwall, and has been apprehended.

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