Report by Officer John Redwood.
Captain Westfield, usually left home at 7am prompt, but this morning a branch fell across his drive. By the time he had dragged it to one side and washed the resulting mess from his hands, he was ten minutes late setting off. That caused him to reach Route 66 seven minutes late. As he reached the outskirts of Chicago he was only two minutes behind his usual time. My partner Jeff Anderson followed in a unmarked car. As was normal I remained in close contact with them, riding a civilian registered Harley Davidson. By the time the captain reached Jefferson Ave he was on time for his meeting. As Jeff Anderson became aware of the rapid approach of a speeding Hummer, he pull out placing his vehicle to protect Captain Westfield. He died instantly. I shot and dispatched the Hummers driver through the vehicles windscreen, as driver of the Hummer was about to use a AKS 74 Kalashnikov. Officer Anderson acted in the best tradition of the CIA.