The vehicular manslaughter of Klimek Kalinowski is a one-off investigation.
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An unknown vehicle struck librarian Klimek Kalinowski at a pedestrian crossing and drove off. The victim was found dead on the scene.
Clues and witnesses
Matt Paul, witness: "This dark colored car comes tearing round the corner, hopped the curb and kept on going. Knocked the man over – didn't even slow down."
Jerome Alvarez, bartender: "Not long before the crash, I kicked a couple drunks out of the bar. They were having a fight with some of my regulars."
Anna Kalinowski, victim's daughter: "A few days ago, Dad had a fight at work with a couple young people who were causing a ruckus at the library. The whole thing almost came to blows. They threatened him before they left."
Eugene Hopkins, witness: "I saw two people in the car. They went right by me. The man in the passenger seat had a beard."
Rolando Boone, a colleague: "Klimek thought he was being followed. He said he saw the guy everywhere. Said it looked like someone had some problem with him at the library."
William Holden: frequents the local bars. Repeated arrests for driving under the influence.
- Residential Area: William's last known place of residence, but the information is over three years old.
- Kevin's Throat Bar: William's favorite place to tie one on. He knows everyone.
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