You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 272

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 272

Chapter 272 Detained For Five Days

Calista had already seen Zachary’s state before Lucian could cover her eyes.

His hands were over his head, and he was curled into a ball. His blood and urine were mixed all over the ground. It was a filthy sight to see.

Each time she saw Zachary, he appeared even more miserable and destitute. Calista could no longer remember the proud look he once had as the head of a household.

Calista pulled down Lucian’s hand that was over her eyes and said, “Let’s go.”

Lucian seized her hand, intertwining their fingers. When he tightened his grip, he felt something sticky on his fingertips. He realized he might have gotten some of Zachary’s blood on his hand.

He lifted their hands and noticed a red streak on Calista’s fair hard. Some blood had also splashed on her


He frowned, and someone immediately handed him a towel.

“Mr. Northwood, please clean your hands.

Lucian took it, first wiping the blood off Calista’s face and hands carefully, then casually wiping his own.

There were wounds on his knuckles. The fresh wounds had blood dripping down his fingertips. It was

unclear whether the blood was his or Zachary’s.

He did not wipe off the blood gently. His actions were rough, like how a kid would erase something from

a notebook, leaving the area red and irritated.

Despite this, everyone around could feel his care and concern for Calista. Calista wanted to refuse,

feeling uncomfortable in the eyes of everyone around.

Lucian could draw attention effortlessly. She couldn’t remain calm with her father lying on the ground,

who was on the brink of death.

After he threw away the wipe, she whispered, “Let’s go.”

Lucian hummed in response.

reached out to take her hand, but Calista walked away briskly. His fingertips brushed against her

and she was already outside the room when he looked up again.

se he pureed his lips unhappily. Yet, he followed. But before he could take two stepe 

Lucian frowned, looking at the police officer blocking his way, and asked, “What?”

“Mr. Northwood, you can’t leave just yet.” The officer gestured to the surveillance above, “With so many eyes watching and with the victim beaten up so badly, we have to go through the proper procedures. Otherwise, it’d make things hard for us.”

“What procedures?”

Five days of detention and a more than five hundred dollars fine.”

Seeing Lucian’s gloomy face, he added, “That’s the minimum. If Zachary decides to press charges, then…

Before he could finish, Timothy walked into the room holding a briefcase. He was dressed in a well-

tailored suit and stood tall.

His presence seemed to dim the lights in the corridor, “Mr. Northwood, the bail has been posted. You can

leave now.”

“What about her?”

Though Timothy arrived late and didn’t see anyone, he knew who Lucian was asking about, “I didn’t see

Miss Calista when I came.”

Lucian pursed his lips and sneered, “She’s truly heartless.”

Had it been another woman, she might have been moved to tears or at least would have asked about the

wounds on his hands. But not Calista.

She slipped away faster than a fox without a word. She was giving him the cold shoulder. He would be a fool if he ever got involved with her again.

Lucian stomped out of the police station frustratedly, only to see Calista, who had supposedly left,

walking toward him with a medicine bag.

He stood at the steps and looked down at her. Given his significantly taller height and arrogant demeanor, he sounded condescending as he said, “Aren’t you afraid that I’d leave after you went to buy

the medicine?

You haven’t left, have you? Your hand is hurt. Why don’t Mr. Howard help.

Calthanded him the medicine and glanced at Timothy.

he could finish, Timothy interrupted, “I’ll be leaving first,”

He nodded

Lucian extended his hand, exposing his wounds to Calista.

“Don’t you have any questions?

Calista looked at the ghastly wound on his knuckle. Although he had hastily wiped the blood from his hands with the towel, it looked messy, and there was still smeared blood everywhere.

She was silent for a few seconds, then asked, “Do you need to take a shot to prevent HIV?”

Given his wound and the fact it was contaminated with Zachary’s blood–and considering Zachary had many lovers–it was uncertain whether he might have contracted any d

Lucian was speechless.

He ignored her and headed toward his car. The veins on his forehead pulsating in irritation. He had never encountered a woman as insensitive and hard–hearted as Callsta.

However, on second thought, he hadn’t met many women.

After a short silence, he heard Calista’s footsteps following behind. She was walking slowly, but at least

she tried to keep up.

Subconsciously, Lucian slowed down, his pursed lips relaxed, and his face softened.

Lucian’s car was parked not far away. By the time Calista got there, he was already in the driver’s seat,

and the sound of the car starting broke the quiet of the night.

The two looked at each other through the windshield. The car was running but didn’t move as if he

intended to wait until she got in, no matter how long it took.

After staring at each other for a while, Calista finally opened the door and sat in the passenger seat.

Lucian already reached out for her hand.

The police in Apthon responded. The two who kidnapped you were street thugs. They thought you looked

rich. Since you were alone, they tried to take advantage of you

“Did they believe that?

The asplanation seemed absurd to Calista. People were flaunting wealth everywhere, carrying designer

and she, in comparison, was wearing far less expensive clothing.

anything expensive on her. Yet they claimed she was targeted for her money.

beleving. They have no choice but to encept the explanation, Anthon is

He showed Calista the pictures of the suspects sent by his ment

“Were these the men that kidnapped you?”

Calista was wiping the dried blood from his fingers carefully Upon hearing his words, she glanced at the photo while holding his hand.


Although the suspects in the photos had similar features, she was sure they were not the ones who

kidnapped her.

She asked, “What about the two who saved me?‘

“There’s no one. According to the kidnappersthey fought over some money issues. They both ended up injured and abandoned the car. They fled as they feared the noise would attract the police.”

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