Transcript-Interrogation of Frederick Nevin
Interrogating Officers: Sgt. Eric Renfield, Sgt. Adam Dalton
Location: 7012 Peetree Rd.-Haven Park Elementary School
Time: 10:10 AM
Dalton: Thank you for meeting with us, Mr. Nevin.
Nevin: No problem. I've got a kid coming for a session in about a half hour. Is this....
Dalton: It shouldn't take that long. I'd like to ask you about Cooper Ludarac.
Dalton: Have you noticed any drastic change in Cooper recently?
Nevin: Cooper Ludarac is one of the most resilient kids I have ever seen. Perhaps he's too young to truly understand what happened to Lucy. He's as happy as he ever was.
Dalton: No disturbing behavior?
Nevin: Not that I've seen. Hell, you would think the family didn't change at all based on Cooper's behavior. He's a smart kid, happy, creative. I stopped seeing him two weeks ago because I no longer felt it was necessary. Maybe when he's older, he'll want to discuss what happened to his sister, but for the present, he seems almost unaware of it.
Renfield: You don't think his lack of a response to Lucy's death is, in itself, strange?
Nevin: I see plenty of kids every day who really do require my attention. If Cooper does not appear to be upset and he is not acting out, I don't believe sessions with him are necessary.
Dalton: Did he ever speak about his father, Jonathan?
Nevin: He talked about his parents a little. I was focused more on any emotional damage to Cooper, but I asked about his parents sometimes just to make sure that his home-life was in order.
Dalton: What did he say about them?
Nevin: Nothing of real importance. From what I heard, his home-life seemed to be just fine.
Dalton: What did he say about Kayla?
Dalton: The baby?
Nevin: What baby?
Dalton: His mother was pregnant recently.
Nevin: I don't know anything about that.
Dalton: Thank you for your time, Mr. Nevin. Where can we find Susan Campbell?
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