News reaches Gutter Press that a Rogue Drone wearing a human suit was apprehended by Coriault law enforcement agencies, during a search operation at a nudist colony, aimed at finding the Hover Tights Killer, a serial murderer active in the constellation.
The Hover Tights Killer is the suspect in several murders on space stations primarily in the Coriault constellation, with as many as 57 murders attributed to them, all conducted with pairs of tights marketed to capsuleers under the “Hover” brand. The tights are constructed from a very strong material more commonly used by the Sisters of Eve rescue teams for emergency rope systems.
Coriault law enforcement agencies conducted a raid at the Paradise Glades naturist colony on Agrallarier III, following a tip-off. While no sign of the Hover Tights Killer was found, officers discovered one of the people at the colony was not human, but was actually a Rogue Drone humanoid infiltrator unit wearing a human suit.
The drone, named locally as “Surenna”, appeared to residents as a young Intaki woman, and did not appear out of the ordinary, behaving in the same manner as any other resident of the colony.
Paradise Glades residents expressed concern to Gutter Press over the incident, and the conduct of the law enforcement officers during the raid.
“I can’t believe Surenna was a Rogue Drone. That’s just so out-there !”, said one resident.
“She was the top player on our volleyball team. Now what are we going to do ?”, lamented another resident.
“Those policemen just marched in here like they owned the place. Wearing uniforms ! I’ve never been so disgusted in my life. How dare they!”, fumed another resident.
“If you’re going to wear uniforms to a naturist colony, at least have the decency to wear transparent ones!”, opined a fourth resident.
Coriault law enforcement remained quiet on the fate of Surenna, and what crimes she may be charged with, though many law enforcement agencies in the Federation have adopted the practice of deporting non-violent Rogue Drones to the Drone regions, rather than have them clog up the justice systems, a practice that has a mixed reception from the Society for Equal Rights for Artificial Beings, a campaigning group active in several parts of the Federation.
The Hover Tights Killer remains at large.
Gutter Press. News.