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Explosion near The Void

One only has to look at the crime report to know peace and quiet seem to be a thing of the past.

To be honest, I do not know if I have what it takes to confront some of these challenges the town is now having to face.

For thirty years the hardest case I had faced was when a kid’s cat or dog would go missing. Then four years ago there was that terrible unsolved incident out by the bridge during the snowstorm. And since then, everything’s been upside down for me.

And now there’s been another explosion, and this one right near The Void, which up until everyone fell asleep had been making real money. Thankfully The Void had been closed earlier in the day because someone had clogged the port-a-potty so badly that the stench was unbearable, so nobody was hurt. But still, a big explosion is never good. Never.

This is exactly the kind of thing I would expect in some of the more unfortunate cities of Ohio, but not here in what was once a little slice of peaceful paradise. Does everyone in this town have something against prosperity? Why are we slowly turning into Cincinnati?

Posted by Gus Holt, Question Mark Chief of Police on December 7, 2023