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Incident Report - 9/1/2459

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Reporting Personnel: Noir

Rank of Reporting Personnel: Detective

Game ID: bQf-dhlU

Personnel Involved: (Name, Rank: Offender/Witness/Other (Ckey))

- Noir, Detective (witness) ((Bath Salts Addict))

- Atticus Knight, Lab Assistant (witness)

- Adam Harrow, Scientist (witness)

- Albert Porter, Paramedic (offender)

Time of Incident: Approximately 16:00

Real time: (E.g 0500GMT 24/11/15) Approx. 4:49 GMT-6

Location of Incident: Science department, main hallway.

Nature of Incident:

  • []Workplace Hazard


    [X]Destruction of Property

    []Neglect of Duty




    [X]Other - Animal cruelty.

Overview of the Incident: This unit had encountered a mouse that it promptly named Bogart. In order to better understand organic nuances, this unit believed caring for an organic being will better assist it in understanding such behaviors. During a routine run of noirmood.exe, this unit discovered that Bogart was displaying signs of higher intelligence than the standard mouse. Finding this an anomaly, this unit took the mouse to science for study. It was during this time that this unit also encountered two other mice, ones this unit has named Callahan and Sherlock. This unit received an influx of positive utilons while experiencing the company of Bogart, Sherlock and Callahan, and science was receiving an abundance of scientific data from their studies. The lead scientist, Adam Harrow, even stated over the radio to not harm any mice in the science department.

Albert Porter, responding to a call, discovered Callahan in the company of Adam Harrow. Angered by it's presence, Mr. Porter stepped on Callahan, killing him. Even after being berated by Mr. Knight and Mr. Harrow, Albert Porter once again found another mouse, Sherlock, and stepped on him. This unit managed to retrieve Bogart safely before he too was stepped on. Over the radio, Albert Porter was later boasting about the killing of Callahan and Sherlock. This unit was about to arrest Mr. Porter, but he was transferred into long-term cryogenic storage immediately after the incident.

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  • 2 weeks later...

TO: Noir, Detective, NSS Aurora

FROM: Daniel Bay, CCIA Bureau Supervisor, NTCC Odin

SUBJECT: RE: Incident Report



Due to mice being labelled as noxious vermin aboard the NSS Aurora. At this time we do not warrant this needing investigation. However Albert Porter did destroy potentially important research subjects and will be notified not to repeat said action or face a full investigation.


DTG: 10-14:28-TAU CETI STANDARD-09-2459


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