Police claim the suspect resisted arrest when he was found hitch hiking on Oak Park Boulevard. "He gave us no response when we asked him where he was going. Why was he trying to get out of town, why the nervous grin and silence? We took one look at that face and knew he was up to no good" says Oak Park detective Shoenfli Ferret.
Foxer Bogle, Goblet's attorney, claims, "This is nothing but harassment. The police are profiling my client. Just because he has a nervous grin and resembles a skull and lives near the studio and was found hitch hiking on Oak Park Boulevard and has been known to congregate on the hutch with the twins, they assume he's a killer. This is the laziest police work I've ever seen."