We drove to the woods and I grinned. We didn't see no one, but, I have a feeling the officers and the bad guys are somewhere in these woods.
"Hey, guys! Let me out! I want to catch the bad guys!" I exclaimed.
George stopped the car and turned around. "All right."
Zach glared over at George. "Are you really going to let her get out?"
"What's the big deal, Zach? Do you think the sheriff told her to go with us just so she could sit around and do nothing?" Asked George.
"The sheriff wanted her to see what was right and wrong! Not possibly getting herself killed!" Zach exclaimed.
I looked out the window as they were arguing back and forth.
"She won't get killed Zach!"
"If she's going, I'm going with her."
The bush started moving and I suddenly became curious. "Guys!"
"Let her do it herself!"
"Hey, guys!" I exclaimed.
"She's not going anywhere and that's the end of it."
They both looked over at me. "While you two were discussing things, I don't care about. I saw something move in the bush."
"It might've been a squirrel or something." George said.
I looked at him blankly. "George, I'm a rebel, I know what rebels think about. One time I hid in a bush to spy on Riley and her date."
"Why?" Asked George.
"'Cause, I didn't like her date. Anyway, the real problem is I think someone might be hiding in the bushes. He or she might be a spy."