Transcript-Interrogation of Nicholas Lawson (Conducted via Telephone)
Interrogating Officer: Sgt. Adam Dalton
Time: 8:15 AM
Dalton: Hello, Mr. Lawson. It's Detective Dalton. You've become a difficult man to find.
Lawson: Yeah, well, what do you want?
Dalton: I'm calling to inform you that Vincent Bates has disappeared.
Lawson: Oh my god.
Dalton: Yes. At this point, I would advise you to stay at your timeshare in Arizona.
Lawson: Are you kidding me? That was traceable. I've been living in a cheap motel under the name Wayne Gacey.
Dalton: Oh my god. You may want to choose a different name.
Lawson: Why? What's wrong with Wayne Gacey? It was the first name I thought of.
Dalton: Do you have any information whatsoever that may help me in this case?
Lawson: I've told you everything I know. Wait, is there someone else on the line with you?
Dalton: What? No.
Lawson: I thought I heard a click.
Dalton: There's no one else on the line with me, Mr. Lawson.
Lawson: There it is again. Shhhh.
Dalton: Mr. Lawson?
Dalton: Mr. Lawson, no one is listening to our conversation.
Lawson: How do you know?
Dalton: Thank you for your time, Mr. Lawson.
Lawson: What's wrong with the name Wayne-
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