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Incident Report

Agent: Tony Clark

Witness: Anonymous female jogger

Location: Norman, Oklahoma

Date/Time: March 8, 2003/9:00 p.m.

Incident Timetable:

9:05 p.m.: Witness observes one female and one male, both approximately 20 years of age, conversing on a nearby green near the 1400 block of Asp Ave.

9:06 p.m.: A third individual with "a strange gait" walks out of the shadows from behind a nearby alleyway and proceeds to bite into the male's scalp. The assailant removed a sizeable hunk of flesh from the victim's head before the victim could release himself from the attacker's grip. The Witness described the attacker as emitting "loud hungry moans" and having a "funny way of standing." The attacker "wore fairly new clothes with a shirt that was blood stained around the collar," which suggest a Stage I Zombie. The victim's female companion runs from scene, but the attacker makes no attempt to pursue.

9:07 p.m.: Witness repositioned herself near a phone booth and made a 9-1-1 call. The Witness then observes the male bite victim knock down his attacker and subdue it with stomps to the head. The victim's wound was quite substantial and was "bleeding all over by then." The Witness runs over to the victim and asks him if he is all right. Victim responds that he needs a "big Band-Aid." Witness also describes the smell of lemons and feces.

9:12 p.m.: Police arrive and the victim is treated by paramedics and taken into police custody. The victim seems nervous and questions the police about his containment. He is given no answer.

9:15 p.m.: The attacker is deemed uncontrollable and, after resisting many attempts to be restrained, is "tied up and held down with poles."

9:30 p.m.: An unmarked, dark blue van arrives containing men with what the witness described as "those Bio-Hazard suits." The Witness is escorted off the scene after giving her statement to local police. She was then asked to keep what she had seen there that night a "secret" and was asked not to tell anybody anything. When she asked for a reason, the police told her they did not know and were only doing what they were told.

10:34 p.m.: Witness, who is a close friend, comes to me for assistance. Witness recalls registration tags on van to be from either Texas or Florida. Witness recalls badge name of one police officer to be "Perry" and one to be "Whiting."

11:18 p.m.: Report is filed with FVZA by Agent Tony Clark.

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