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Dannie slid off the table and shut the anatomy book she had been reading as she gave Liz and Sterling their space to talk. They decided to keep one of their cars which was fine. Her patrol car was out of gas anyways. They kept the weapons. That was fine too. She didn't like the fact she had to shoot some of their people and they can get more weapons on the road.
She moved past the pair towards Ellen stopping and looking at her eye-to-eye.
There was nothing left to say as she was escorted out of the tent.
"More then I expected from a bunch of fucking raiders anyway. Let's get this over with."
He knew that maybe he shouldn't be pushing their buttons, after all they did have quite a few guns trained on them and had already shown a willingness to shoot for the stupidest of reasons but he didn't really care. He was pissed off at the whole damn event. They had been peaceful. They were even trying to find supplies that would have been useful to these assholes. It didn't matter though. They would meet up with Emre, Jake, and the other's and then leave.
He looked to Liz. Unsure if she would really make the decision to follow them like she said she would. He hoped that she would but it was ultimately her decision and he wouldn't do anything more to convince her. He stepped forward, doing his best to stand tall and walk. He didn't want anyone to see him as weak.
Hykeem reached the tent a few seconds after Ellen. He watched as the group was escorted out pretending to bump in the woman Dannie. Sliding the folded note into her pocket.
It was a skill he had mastered in his training and he didn't think I would come in handy at a time like this but it did. He turned toward the motor pool and walked to his car climbing in and starting it.
He needed to keep his car so he would drive it out and if they asked he was off to the lake for his vacation time. He knew they probably wouldn't let him back in if he had wanted to stay but he gave no fucks.
Hykeem figured he'd be an asset. To the group seeing that they had no means of transportation. Which just gave him a reason for going if they didn't like his note.
He drove out of the settlement the guard willingly letting him go. He drove to a small gap in the forests area big enough for his car and waiting for the others to be brought outside the walls before going towards them.
Ellen just let the man's sneer pass right by her. She knew they weren't raiders and they were beyond proving that they weren't. If they were going to remain stubborn then that was their perogative. She was just glad they'd be gone forever.
Ellen saw Hykeem bump into the woman, and saw him slip a note into her pocket. She was beyond caring with this guy though. He was about to leave again and as soon as he did she'd give the order not to let him back in. One could only deal with so much crazy and she was done dealing with someone who did as he pleased, and even thought he could afford vacations, even though they had to fight every day to survive. He was the intruders' problem now. Rather them than her.
She had her guards escort the intruders to the one car they were allowed to keep and had the gates opened. Hykeem had left again and this time it'd be for the last time. He'd never get into Bear Lake ever again. Ellen opened the door to the driver's seat on the police car.
"Well, here's your ride." Ellen said to the intruders. "Also, that crazy black guy slipped you a note, just sayin'. Hate for you to think we had anything to do with it. But if you want to take his worthless ass off our hands, then by all means."
Ellen stepped to the side of the car, waiting for the intruders to get in.
"Oh, and you know what'll happen if you come back." Ellen said as a final warning. "Have a nice trip."
With that, everything was said and done. As soon as they'd get in the car and leave, everyone could go about their lives again.