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Apollo's Police Reports

Apollo and Daphne

Complainant (Daphne) filed a restraining order against Apollo after accusing him of stalking her. Case Status: Closed. When Apollo ignored the court's order, Daphne begged her father to help. He tr...

Apollo and Hyacinthus

Wanted for the murder of his lover, Hyacinthus, a young and handsome prince of Sparta. The subject (Apollo) is accused of killing Hyacinthus with a throwing discus. Case Status: Dismissed. The cour...

The Trojan War

Accused of treason for shooting plague-infected arrows into the Greek camps, and for aiding in the murder of the Greek hero Achilles. He guided Paris's arrow into Achilles' heel, the only place on...

Apollo, Artemis, and Niobe

Wanted for the murder of Niobe's seven sons. When Niobe Queen of Thebes made fun of the subject's mother, Leto, for having only two children, the subject (Apollo) killed her seven sons. His sister...

The Python of Delphi

Wanted for murdering the sacred Python of Delphi.Case Status: Closed. Subject was only four days old, and Python was a disastrous and dangerous force in the area. Everyone was pretty happy that Apo...

Apollo and Cassandra

Wanted for seducing Cassandra, the daughter of Hecuba and Priam, and for cursing her after she rejected him. Case Status: Pending. Subject cursed Cassandra to be able to prophesy only future traged...

Apollo and Coronis

Defendant (Apollo) charged with accessory to murder in the death of Coronis, his former girlfriend. It is alleged that when Coronis, pregnant with the defendant's child, fell in love with someone e...

Apollo and Cyparissus

Defendant (Apollo) accused of the unlawful transfiguration of his lover, Cyparissus, into a tree. Case Status: Dismissed. The investigation revealed that Cyparissus had asked the defendant to turn...

Apollo and Marsyas

Wanted for them murder of Marsyas, a satyr. When Marsyas challenged the defendant (Apollo) to a music contest judged by the Muses, the defendant was deeply offended that a satyr would challenge a g...