The police department finally made some headway yesterday when they found two missing woman who had been taken and terrorized. AP Press had been following the story recently of Candice Cain who went missing after an event this past weekend. She was discovered Wednesday evening at the top of the lighthouse by the police department where she had been held against her will.
Earlier that day, Maggie Firebrand was discovered as well. Firebrand was a more miraculous discovery as we were told by Police Chief Warwick DeSanta, she had been missing for over two months. DeSanta stated this evening, "There. Good news. Curtesy ah the APPD." as he gave a casual statement to the press and was seemingly proud of the team’s efforts today.
As if there wasn't enough good news, the woman they believe to have taken both victims and held them has been taken into custody. Zoe Azariah has been arrested by the police this evening by a stroke of luck really as she happened to be sitting in the lobby of the police station for some time without bothered. Zoe Azariah was seen talking casually to the visitors of the station for over an hour before she was arrested. She appeared calm and non-threatening perhaps that is why the rookie officer did not realize there was a wanted person mingling in the visitor’s area with citizens matching her presumed MO for assault victims.
Azariah stated her innocence after she was cuffed by the police officers by saying to the press, "Here's your evidence of police making bullshit arrests without a shred of evidence to harass citizens trying to do the right thing!" Zoe Azariah had stated to the police she had come to the station to have her ankle bracelet repaired and adamantly refuses to admit any involvement in the kidnappings.
Now that Zoe Azariah has been arrested, all eyes are on DeSanta and the district attorney’s office. Will the police department along with the district attorney’s office have the evidence to build a case against Azariah? Will this arrest put a dent in the rising crime in the city? Are the police department finally in a position to put tabs on the crime spree raping our street? Or will Azariah be found as innocent as she claims? Only time will tell as the case unfolds.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
AP Times received several images from an anonymous source of what appears to be a hostage situation that took place late Sunday night. We have identified the victim of the crime as Pure Crisis, a manager at Pandora’s Box. One of the officers has been identified as Officer Jay Biafra. We have been unable at this time to identify the attacker or the other officer in the picture because she was only pictured from behind.
The AP Times has yet to find a police report on the incident and has approached Biafra during this week for a statement on the events of this evening. He has offered little in the form of details. At the moment we aren’t exactly certain why the apparent, from the photos, violently armed individual would need to be kept under wraps by the police. Biafra did offer some information on Pure Crisis when he stated she was recovering in the hospital. He has also informed the press the attacker is still at this point at large.
AP Times was able to gain access to Pure Crisis in the hospital. Unfortunately the shock of the events of the evening have left her with little memory of what happened. She remembers staying at a friend’s home near where the incident took place but does not recall if the man entered or if she left. One thing is for certain, Crisis is recovering from a gunshot wound not a stab wound. Could this be the reason the police are not giving statements? Could AP have a masked murderer on its hands? Only time will tell at this point.
Reported by Jaden
It is rare in town to see someone actually saving a life. With the morbid level of the news lately, AP Times is proud to report there is a local hero in our city. Just yesterday, Beau Wright the new manager at Anderson’s Bar witnessed a woman trip and fall into the ocean near the entrance to the bar. Pure Crisis, an employee at Pandora’s Box in the Red Light District, was rushing on her way to Anderson’s not to miss the happy hour and half off drink special when she suddenly tripped and fell to the cold ocean floor. Acting quickly, Wright leaped over the bar to run out and jump into the ocean after Ms. Crisis to save her from well a crisis. Good thing he was so close to the incident. We later found out Ms. Crisis could not swim and would likely has frozen if not pulled to safely from the cold temperatures of the fall waters. Beau Wright can be found at Anderson’s Bar if you want to buy him a drink and congratulate him for his heroic efforts.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
AP Times posted an article this past weekend concerning the possible abduction of Ms. Candice Cain, a local business owner, on Saturday. Still no word has been heard from Ms. Cain aside from the text messages coming from her phone. At this point the police, her friends and family have assumed the worst and are offering a reward for the safe return of Ms. Cain. Cain’s friends and family are offering $100,000 for her safe and quick return. All leads to the location of Ms. Cain should be directed to the AP Police Department.
Yesterday Dae Kroll, the pilot boyfriend of singer Killian Turner, came out of the hospital to give a statement to the press. Apparently Killian had 'an accident at his apartment. When asked for more information about the accident, Kroll answered "I will not go into details, but he (Killian) is fine now and that's all that matters." He neither confirmed nor denied the 'rocks thrown' rumor. Kroll said that the softer is the environment, the faster Killian would heal, so he respectfully asked for some space for the singer.
When asked how it feels to be a hero for being able to pilot, at 22 years old, in a way only veterans would, Kroll answered he only did what he had to do. He was asked also if they intend to go back to AP, which Kroll said he does, as he still has unfinished business there. "It takes more than a causality to put me down."
Prior to this incident last week, Killian Turner, the rock star who is exploding in Europe and North Africa, was reported to have had an accident early this week at his boyfriend's apartment at AP downtown.
Rumors have it that someone seemingly threw "rocks" at the windows and one hit him in the stomach area and he was bleeding badly. His boyfriend Dae Kroll, who is a Rescue Helicopter pilot for the Fire Department, currently in a wheelchair due to the latest bombing at AP, managed to drag Killian to the Fire Department from where he flew Killian to the nearest mainland traumatology center, using only his hands on the command.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
A local business owner of Phyxation, Candice Cain, hosted an event last evening at the Aristocrat Club in uptown. Ms. Cain left the party before its conclusion but has not been seen or heard from since last evening. Ms. Ansuara Oene claiming to be a close friend of Cain came to the police station this morning to report Cain possibly missing. Officer Kayleigh Green, who was on duty this morning, has taken statements from both Oene and the manager of the Aristocrat Club, Mr. Rob Farid regarding the suspected incident.
Ms. Oene states she attended the party with Caine but at some point at the event she lost sight of Ms. Cain and assumed she went home. She tried to repeatedly call and text with no replies. This morning Ms. Oene woke up to two text messages on her phone from Ms. Cain's phone number but she insists they are not her normal word choice and that someone is holding her captive and sent them. Although Ms. Oene claims it is out of character for Ms. Cain, the messages indicate Cain left the party to enjoy the remainder of the night with a man privately. Oene claims she has not be able to locate Cain at her home or business. Mr. Farid witnessed Cain talking to a number of people but gave no indication if she left with anyone.
Officer Green looked around The Aristocrat club but found no clue to lead to whether she was taken forcibly or not. AP Times did have a reporter at the event last evening. Ms. Candice Cain was last seen in her masquerade ball costume as featured in the image. Any leads to the location of Cain whether in a bed, restraints or both should be reported directly to the AP Police Department.
Reported by: Jaden Montgomery
Phyxation unveiled a calendar on Friday evening featuring photos of the local heroes of Asphyxiation Point. The event offered food and drinks as well some of the sexy calendar models in the flesh as the calendar was released for purchase to the public.
If you missed the event on Friday, you may purchase your copy of the calendar in front of the police department at the corner of 2nd and Darby for the next week. All proceeds go to the Fire Department, Police Department and Hospital. AP Times salutes Phyxation for their donation of their time and effort in the creation of the calendar which highlights these service professionals that work every day to keep our city safe.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
The police on are on the search for a suspect who has terrorized two known women in uptown in the past week. Officer DeSanta has asked the public to be on the lookout for a man he believes to be named Dia Levi. Levi is described as being about 5 feet 9 inches with bright red hair. He was seen last wearing dark jeans, dark colored top and was traveling without footwear.
The fiancé of the latest victim of the crime, Izzie Ross, provided photos taken from their security system to the police of the criminal attacking Ms. Ross in their resistance in uptown on Thursday afternoon. DeSanta stated Ross is the second known victim to be assaulted by the man. Meave, Ross’ fiancé, stated Ms. Ross had reported the same man to the police prior to his attack on her. She had believed the man was spying on her but the police department did not take the threat on her seriously until she was attacked this week. Ross was unavailable for a statement at this time but told her fiancé when describing the man, “He came around again” proving that the man had been stalking her for some time before entering her home.
Residents should alert the police immediately to any suspicious activity especially concerning being followed or lurkers around homes or businesses. Any leads to assist in the capture of Dia Levi should be reported to the police department. Citizens are encouraged to be on the lookout and cautious until he is in custody.
Reported by Jaden Montgomery
Because of the sudden loss of this editor, the AP Times is under new management. With the loss in sales and production, AP Times will expanding its pages to pull in more readers in hopes of saving a now struggling paper. Please be advised the paper is hiring for the following positions:
For both positions the writers are more than welcome to pick an alias or pen name to prevent any harassment or fan worship in town. AP Times accepts applications at the newspaper office on the corner of 3rd and Beacon or contact Jaden Montgomery (jaden.perl) directly.
As usual the paper is always looking for reporters and photographers for part or full time status.
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