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L.A. Noire Walkthrough Part 14: "A Marriage Made In Heaven" (2 of 5)

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Detective Bekowsky: You've certainly got a way with the dames, Phelps.

Detective Phelps: Give it a rest, Bekowsky.

Detective Bekowsky: Let's see what the patrons have to say.

Detective Phelps: I'll take the bartender. You work the rest of the room.

Detective Phelps: I'm Detective Phelps of the LAPD.

Dudley Lynch: How can I help, Detective?

Detective Phelps: Your name would be a good start.

Lynch: Dudley Lynch. Hired help. I run the place when the owner is not around.

Detective Phelps: Where is the owner?

Lynch: He stepped out. Somebody had to take Lorna . . . Mrs. Pattison home.

Detective Phelps: What can you tell me about the accident?

Lynch: Not a lot. It was busy in here, and all I heard was the impact.

Detective Phelps: So what was he doing outside? It's against licensing regulations to drink on the sidewalk.

Lynch: Lester and Lorna were having a fight. The owner made them take it outside. It was pretty ugly.

Detective Phelps: Do you know the victim?

Lynch: Yeah, Lester Pattison. He's a regular here, or he was.

Detective Phelps: Not one of your favorite customers?

Lynch: Lester was special, but not my kind of special.

Detective Phelps: Was Lester drinking alone?

Lynch: No, He came here with his wife. She didn't seem too interested in the booze, though.

Detective Phelps: A witness overheard an argument.

Lynch: Lester and Lorna. There's nothing like airing your dirty laundry in public, is there?

Detective Phelps: Why was Lorna Pattison in such a hurry to leave? What is going on here?

Lynch: Lorna was pretty upset, so Leroy took her home. Lorna and Leroy are close. They've been talking about opening a new bar.

Detective Phelps: Leroy?

Lynch: Leroy Sabo. The owner.

Detective Phelps: How long have Lorna and Leroy been talking about this new bar?

Lynch: Who knows? I just serve the drinks.

Detective Phelps: Bartenders hear all sorts of things. Are you going to tell me, or do we have to start playing rough?

Lynch: When Lester was drinking, he treated Lorna like dirt. He gambled away all their money. Lorna pitched Leroy about the bar. I don't know how interested he is.

Detective Phelps: Is Leroy doing well?

Lynch: Hell no. The only thing keeping this place afloat are the poker games.

Detective Phelps: Thanks for your help, Lynch. I'm going to need you to sign a statement with the patrolman.

Lynch: Sure, no problem.

Detective Phelps: You get anything out of the regulars?

Detective Bekowsky: They weren't giving too much away. They liked watching Lester and Lorna go a few rounds every other day. And Lester was a fan of the love tap.

Detective Phelps: Operator, give me dispatch.

Operator: Putting you through now.

Detective Phelps: Phelps. Badge 1247.

Operator: How can I help, Detective?

Detective Phelps: I need to run a partial license plate, three-Charles-eight. Cross check possible Lincoln owners. Suspect vehicle is a red Lincoln Continental.

Operator: Just a moment, Detective. Only one possible make on that license. Registered to a William Shelton. 738 West Temple Street.

Detective Phelps: Thanks, ma'am.

Looks like we caught a break on this one.

Detective Phelps: You can drive.

Detective Bekowsky: All right. Where to?

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