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Agent Tasha Williams stood in the locker room of the gym in the basement of the LA field office. She had just come off the basketball court and was about to take a quick shower. She had finally gotten the call last night that Bette Porter had been reached and she was on her way to LA.
It was early, but she had to call Tina Kennard. First, to make arrangements for the Venus, and second, to give her the news that one of the guards assigned to the set the night of the break-in had disappeared. And the worst part was that the cameras on set had been tampered with. No doubt the guard had been paid off. She knew the beautiful blonde would be discouraged at the progress on the FBI’s end. Hopefully this Bette Porter could get the case moving.
Just then one of her colleagues, a fresh faced new agent named Eva Torres walked into the locker room. She wasn’t in Tasha’s department, Tasha was a senior agent in Criminal Response, Eva was in Science and Technology, and so they rarely worked together. The girl was latin, petite, cute, and a workout on the basketball court for as small as she was. She had locked eyes with Tasha a few times during the game when she wasn’t trash talking her. She caught her eye and it seemed this time was no different. Tasha didn’t shit where she ate so she smiled politely and headed off to the showers. It had been a while since Tasha was involved with anyone, so she was tempted.
After a very cold shower she got to her office and called Tina Kennard. The pretty blonde picked up on the second ring.
“Hello Agent Williams” said Tina. “Tell me you have some new information for me.
Tasha exhaled and gave Tina the disappointing news about the disappearance of the guard and the nonexistent security camera footage. She could hear the sadness in Tina’s voice.
“So we’ll never really know what happened on set.” Tina’s eyes filled with tears and her voice shook. “What am I going to tell Dana’s family? Her funeral is on Saturday and I-I’m not really sure I can face them.”