Authorities were summoned to the parsonage of the Episcopal Church on Tuesday, after calls were made about suspicious activity. The Crime Scene unit was called in, after initial investigation discovered a body, face down, in the living room area of the rectory. The living area appeared to have been ransacked, with books scattered about the floor.
The only witness to the incident, an 8 year old Golden Retriever, was questioned about the incident, and was quoted as only saying, "Ball! Ball! Tennis Ball!" The police psychologist on the scene believed the dog was traumatized by the apparent incident.
A major suspect in the apparent homicide of one Raggedy Anne is believed to be another resident of the building, whose name was not supplied by police for reasons of anonymity. "We believe this is a case of domestic violence stemming from a failed mafia 'cuteness' payment on behalf of the suspect in question," said the police officer at the time of the investigation, ""Or, this could just be the result of play time gone horribly wrong..."
Anyone with information is urged to contact police. Further investigation is proceeding.