what happens to each of Dewey's leads in the case?
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Part of Dewey's problem is that each person who calls him with a tip is someone whose tip has to be followed up on. He has early suspicions about the number of intruders, the familiarity they had within the family, and other indications of the crime. Still, none of the tips turn out to be substantial at the beginning and Dewey's family life is completely disrupted.