The report is composed in response to a request from the investigation unit.
1. James Murray allegedly worked as a team head of numerous drug dealers on small scale level. The culprit had sensitively plotted and worked on the whole scheme of drug dealing. The co-conspirators were corresponded through a laptop hence leading to no physical proofs to the forensic unit. The culprit was first reported by one of his classmates, Walter Thom, declaring that he had heard the culprit conversing about the deal over the cell phone, offering the bureau an opportunity to generate his phone records for the proceedings of this case.
2. After the statement from Thom (witness), Murray (culprit) was put under surveillance. His internet connection and phone records were under continuous observation of the investigation bureau. Surprisingly, for over more than two weeks time, there was no obvious evidence of the culprit being engrossed in any of the drug dealing crime. Neither his phone records showed any suspicious calls or text messages. On further evaluation, it was noticed that during 10 PM until the midnight, for two weeks, no data was received from the culprit although the connection was sustained. The testing concluded that the culprit exploited a high technology hacking system which would facilitate his data to be transmitted to his co-conspirators through a profoundly secured portico. The hacking experts took two days to access his system. And the flow of receiving the data alleviated.
After that, there was no reply to this e-mail. The other culprit might have discussed it in person or through some other mean. The e-mail was a significant source of the other two names engaged in this crime. Investigations on Job Rhett, aged 24, with rather a considerable criminal record and Robin White, aged 19, a college student debarred due to disgraceful leisure pursuits and conduct. The email also gave a hint that the culprits used a code word for the drugs: spoon. The ‘car’ was