Disclaimer: Well, we all know I don't own any of these characters except for Shae Michillen and Tammy Matthews. Just a nice, evil little story. please review!

Prologue:

"Belle Packard, by mandate of the District Columbia Precrime Division, I'm placing you under arrest for the future murder of James Sommers at the date of July 24th, 2054 at seventeen-hundred hours and twenty-three minutes." A young woman with dark brown hair said to the teenaged girl that she had pressed up against the wall to keep her from struggling.

Behind them came three others of the Precrime Division, one carrying a halo that paralyzed the suspect. Placing it on the nineteen-year-old's head, Belle Packard was pulled out of the kitchen in silence. Shae Michillen looked over her shoulder at the butcher knife lying on the counter before shrugging and leaving the apartment with a satisfied smirk.

Upon her fair body was a duster that fell to her ankles, long pants and a tight shirt. and these were all black. Except for her brown hair, Shae wore nothing but raven colors to keep herself hidden in the shadows. She was an agent that stopped murders before they even happened and took great pride in her job. Around her neck were a chain and a silver ring upon it that had a secret significance in which no one except herself knew of. Shae tended to keep to herself, but was an intelligent and open person.

"Well done capture, Shae.," a blonde-haired girl that was standing outside the apartment door said with a smile, "You almost didn't make it."

"I would have, Tammy," Shae replied, "But when dealing with future murders, one must be cautious."

Tammy laughed, "I don't see how. We all knew it was going to happen and we can't alter the future. But we can prevent death."

"That's true. But I don't want to be responsible for a false crime. I would never forgive myself."

The two women left the apartment building quickly, getting into the Precrime ship and heading back to their headquarters in Washington D.C. Another murder stopped and it was all in a day's work for the workers of Precrime. The creation of this division had taken homicides down ninety percent in the last few years, making the program extremely successful. The program was. perfect. The precogs never lied and were never wrong.