William Kay said he was in town from California, and asked if this was CFA. CFA no longer rents the space. He went on to ask if people involved with CFA come around. Then he said that he does field surveys and, when asked, said that he works for a local non-profit environmental group which the Infoshop worker wasn't familiar with. When asked exactly what he does, he said that he works for the Forest Service out of Estecada and goes around to different environmental groups asking what they care about in the Forest.
Within a half hour a phone call came, asking if this was CFA. No, it's not. This man said he was a private investigator and wanted to know if we knew anything about Tre Arrow. He explained to the worker that he was wanted for setting a fire, and he was beeing looked for. The worker asked him questions, and he seemed uncomfortable. He changed his story then to say that he was a friend of Tre's and wanted to help prove his innocence.The worker took down his name and number and ended the conversation, as the man kept asking questions about the nature of the space in relation to CFA, even after shr repeatedly said that the Infoshop is not associated with CFA.