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S: The Chase

BC: David Parker, a bounty hunter, takes a journey to catch America's Most Wanted Criminal, Jonathan May. David faces the difficulties and struggles of being a bounty hunter and discovers just what it takes to reach overall success in New York City.

FC: The Chase | By: Forrest Johnson

1: Bounty hunter, David Parker, has been in the business for over 20 years, and has never lost a bounty. He has decided to take on his biggest task yet, finding and capturing America's most wanted criminal, Jonathan May. David lives in New York City, Which just happens to be where Jonathan was last seen. Jonathan May is wanted for 1st degree murder. The reward is $50,000 for his capture, and David is taking his chance while he still has one.

2: THE BIG APPLE | After some investigating, David received an anonymous tip early one morning telling him that Jonathan was spotted just 10 miles away at a house downtown, so David jumped into his car and sped to the scene as fast as possible, because he know Jonathan wouldn't be sticking around for long. David didn't want to lose this chance.

3: David screeched to a halt at his destination. The old house was made of wood, and was falling apart. The paint was chipping off and the windows were broken. The air smelled of garbage and stray animals. This was defiantly a bad part of town, and David didn't want to hang around for long.

4: David ran up to the door of the old house, the steps squeaking the whole way up. He made three loud knocks at the door, but no answer. Davids only choice as to go in through the broken window. he broke out the remaining pieces of glass that were left in the broken window to allow him to climb in. when he got into the house, there wasn't much to see. Some broken furniture, the smell of rotting food, and rodents running across the floor. But no sign on Jonathan. It was a dead end for David.

5: David's next hope was to talk to Jonathan's family members and try to get some information, but the only family Jonathan had in New York was his mother. David had to take his chance. He drove over to Jonathan's mother's house. David knocked on the door a few times and heard a small voice from the other side of the door say "Hello? Who is it?". David sternly stated "David Parker. I'm trying to get some information on your son. He is wanted for murder." She swiftly demanded, "I'm not open to answering any questions right now. Go away!". This of course made David a bit suspicious of her, but he respected her wishes. "Have a nice day miss, sorry to bother you." David kindly responded, and so ended his hopes of gaining a lead on Jonathan's wear abouts.

6: One month had passed since David started his search. Jonathan could have been anywhere in the world by now. David was about to give up hope. Nothing had come up on Jonathan's credit cards or bank accounts, and his phone was inactive, but one thing finally went though on the credit cards: An order of explosives and one call to an unknown number. David was able to get a location of where Jonathan made the phone call and ran to his car to get there before the caller got away. Something big was about to happen, but David had no idea what to expect

7: David was speeding his way to where Jonathan's phone was tracked to, which was in downtown New York City. He was only 4 blocks away when BOOM! A huge explosion went off followed by a deafening aftershock. David felt the ground beneath him. He could see the dark, black smoke in the air, and the smell of burning debris. David followed the smoke and hoped he would find Jonathan there. He knew Jonathan was responsible for this. When David reached where the smoke was coming from, he saw a building with a blazing fire spewing from its windows, and people screaming and panicking in every direction. In all of the mess and chaos, there was still no sign of Jonathan. David called the fire department to get someone to the building as fast as possible to avoid anyone getting hurt, and continued to drive around, looking for Jonathan.

8: THE BIG APPLE | Just as David turned the corner, he saw Jonathan hop into a white sports car and speed away. David crushed his gas pedal under his foot as he clenched onto the steering wheel as if he were on a roller coaster. He reached speeds upwards of 100 mph, chasing Jonathan up a highway ramp, and right onto a road full of other people. Weaving in and out of traffic, they were accidents waiting to happen. Jonathan swerved into the on coming lane of traffic, thinking it would make it easier to get away from David. But of course, Jonathan didn't stay there for long, as he was almost struck by three cars within the first five seconds.

9: David took this risky move by Jonathan to his advantage. He pulled right up next to Jonathan's white sports car, which seemed like an ant compared to the SUV David was driving. David slammed his car right into the side of Jonathan's, crushing the side of it, But that didn't stop Jonathan . Davids only option left was to shoot out Jonathan's tires, and that exactly what David was going to do. He pulled out his pistol and took 2 shots. One for the front tire, and one for the back, David, being an expert marksman, hit both shots perfectly. Sparks began to fly from Jonathan's tires as the rims sliced through the concrete. Jonathan lost control of the car, causing it to veer off the road, hitting the median. The front of his car crushed like an empty soda can, and flipping upside down. The chase was finally over.

10: Jonathan was pulled from the wreckage and taken to the hospital. He was not seriously injured and was sent to a jail just two days afterwards. Jonathan was sentenced to life in prison for the murder he committed, causing the explosion downtown, and resisting arrest. And of course, David was paid his $50,000. But David didn't care about the money as much as he did knowing that he got another criminal off the streets, and making the world a better place. If there is one thing that Jonathan took away from his experience, it's not to do things that you will regret or get you in trouble, because you will eventually get caught. And the last thing you want is someone like David showing up at your door step.

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