Now a Seattle investigator is trying to figure out who this mystery woman really was.
"Apparently nothing is going to get done," the former Polanski investigator said with a sigh.
He was back with the same offer in 2007, and again his investigator struck pay dirt.
Handing the phone to the detective, Benton buried his head in his hands and cursed, the investigator said in court.
He has an undeniably useful tool for an investigator, to be sure, but not one that lends itself to a happy or well-adjusted life.
At a little unpainted railroad station, the investigator broke in on Pendleton's thoughts by calling on the chauffeur to stop.
She frowned under it without animosity, in the manner of an investigator.
All of which indicated to the investigator that Thomas for the present had not a high opinion of himself.
This upheaval in the South, according to an investigator, will be helpful to all.
A further observation made by the investigator is that the chicks which obtained the lowest amount of lime were abnormally weak.
1550s, a native agent-noun formation from investigate, or else from Latin investigator "he that searches into," agent noun from past participle stem of investigare (see investigation).