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Mystery of the Mountaineer

Corruption escalates as Detective Ethan Custard continues his investigation of his missing article. Deviants have been uncovered running amuck in this town.

Tony Mancini has been caught in heft trouble, through his illegal trading with Bengal Tigers. Hidden within one of his underground libraries, over one hundred tigers had been found.

“I’m an avid reader and a lover of animals, what can I say?” says Mancini. “Been reading bedtime stories to my tigers since birth. Reading is a part of me.”

Once one of the great detectives turned silent writer with no articles, Barbra Sue from Mounties Minutes has been silent as folks are waiting in hefty anticipation for her next release.

“I quite enjoyed reading her old articles,” said Ms. Exhaustin, an English teacher at Stroudsburg High School. “The work she did for our area, uncovering corruption, it’s a shame she has been lazy as of late.”

As he’s roamed the streets of town, proclaiming his love for Barbra Sue, local English teacher Teddy Collins has gone mad and become a public nuisance.

We have interviewed a victim of Mr. Collins. “I went up to him to see if he was alright and when I asked who Barbara Sue was he tackled me! Asking me how I knew her and how long me and her have been together for. Now I don’t know nothing about this Barbara Sue but the man seemed really jealous to me.”

Along with his psychotic behavior, a multitude of individuals have commented on Mr. Collin’s strange change in vocabulary. Words such as “gabagoo” and “tony-baloney” causing his qualifications has an English teacher to be questioned.

Meanwhile at the local veterinarian clinic, BarkBark has fallen under recent investigation as an increasing amount of dogs have become ill after taken a medicine provided by the clinic.

If you have any leads on potential deviants in our area submit them today to the Mountaineer through this Google form. See you again next week for the weekly wrongdoing wrap-up!

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