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Red Dragon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

The Atlanta police find Lewis's call regarding the electric meters among dozens of false reports associated with the case. The chief takes Graham and goes to check out the tip himself. They find Lewis's client in his backyard, working in the garden. While Graham checks the meter pole and its view of the Leeds home, the chief talks to the witness. The man is old and angry, and he is less than cooperative. The chief does not believe the witness. However, when the witness takes the two cops into his kitchen to see the pole from the same vantage point he had that morning, Graham questions him. Graham manages to get a weak description of the man the witness saw, which leads to a generic drawing they can use to show around the neighborhood.

On the drive back to the station, the chief questions Graham about Lecter...

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