"Hey Mom," began Ken, "your advice worked and on the first call too. The police might be inclined to look the other way when Adam and I "help out" a little with rounding up the scum around here."
"Good for you dear," His mother sipped from her tea cup then set it down and looked up to give her only son a smile.
"It didn't hurt that he said we'd pay special attention to the west side of town." Adam grinned, throwing his two cents into the conversation.
"Then do a good job boys." Ken's mother sipped more tea and then retired to the other room.
"Come on Adam," spoke Ken, "let's work on some plans.
END OF PART ONE
SECTION TWO TO START IN EARLY JULY...