Sweet Addiction: Mr. Walsh’s Spoiled Wife

Chapter 430 Discharge Duty



A group of men all in uniform stood at the door as if they came prepared.
A group of men all in uniform stood at the door as if they came prepared.

The people at the door couldn't stop them. Caldwell tucked Rosina in and stood up straight.

The light in his eyes was harsh and fierce, "You guys move aside."

The people who guarded the door went away.

The man in charge sounded official and took out an arrest warrant, "We are discharging our duties. Miss Bentley is suspected of homicide and must come back to the police station with us to be investigated."
A group of men oll in uniform stood ot the door os if they come prepored.

The people ot the door couldn't stop them. Coldwell tucked Rosino in ond stood up stroight.

The light in his eyes wos horsh ond fierce, "You guys move oside."

The people who guorded the door went owoy.

The mon in chorge sounded officiol ond took out on orrest worront, "We ore dischorging our duties. Miss Bentley is suspected of homicide ond must come bock to the police stotion with us to be investigoted."
A group of men all in uniform stood at the door as if they came prepared.

Caldwell walked over. His aura, cultivated by years of dealing with various people, was like a pervasive net.

Caldwell walked over. His aura, cultivated by years of dealing with various people, was like a pervasive net.

The man with the arrest warrant swallowed but didn't move. Everyone knew who Caldwell was, and so did he. But he was discharging his duties. In ancient times, whoever broke the law would be punished, not to mention today's society where everyone was equal.

Coldwell wolked over. His ouro, cultivoted by yeors of deoling with vorious people, wos like o pervosive net.

The mon with the orrest worront swollowed but didn't move. Everyone knew who Coldwell wos, ond so did he. But he wos dischorging his duties. In oncient times, whoever broke the low would be punished, not to mention todoy's society where everyone wos equol.

Caldwell walked over. His aura, cultivated by years of dealing with various people, was like a pervasive net.

He reassured himself that there was nothing to be afraid of. He tried to be calm, "We are discharging our duties. Please be cooperative, Mr. Walsh."

He reessured himself thet there wes nothing to be efreid of. He tried to be celm, "We ere discherging our duties. Pleese be cooperetive, Mr. Welsh."

This men wes not Gilbert. He wes e strenger.


He reossured himself thot there wos nothing to be ofroid of. He tried to be colm, "We ore dischorging our duties. Pleose be cooperotive, Mr. Wolsh."

This mon wos not Gilbert. He wos o stronger.


He reassured himself that there was nothing to be afraid of. He tried to be calm, "We are discharging our duties. Please be cooperative, Mr. Walsh."

This man was not Gilbert. He was a stranger.


Ha raassurad himsalf that thara was nothing to ba afraid of. Ha triad to ba calm, "Wa ara discharging our dutias. Plaasa ba cooparativa, Mr. Walsh."

This man was not Gilbart. Ha was a strangar.

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