"You'd be correct," he smirked, before throwing into the table, causing it to slide to the ground.
He grumbled before walking over, kneeling down, and picking it up.
"Here," he said, handing it Sae directly while eying Daniel suspiciously, "The body was pretty beat up after our boy hit it, but that's not even the weird part. Get this, the cause of death - strangulation."
"One minute before the cab ran into him, then..." Sae murmured, before her eyes widened. Standing up, she took off her glasses. From how she looked earlier, Sae was now standing straighter, more professionally than she had earlier. "Aoyama, you may have gotten the wrong man. If he was in his car, then there was no way for him to strangle the victim and then run him over in the span of a minute." She then turned to Daniel. "Did you notice anything odd happen before the victim hit your car?"