The Professor shook her head. She had woke with the sun and to the murmurs of the village cluing her into the deaths of two of their own. It was a morning to mourn, but also to take action. She had seen this before, the hesitation and concern of punishing the innocent.
She sipped her coffee slowly before speaking up, making sure the Sheriff was finished, as not to interrupt him. "It's hard to consider accusing someone so early, the odds are against us of catching one of those making our quiet village its hunting grounds. However," she paused to sip from her mug again. "No action is worse. We need to investigate. Accusations can bring the truth to surface. The accused will state their defense and any information is better than no information. It's important to remember that the Werewolves and the Vampires want to get rid of each other as much the innocent, while keeping their own numbers thick. Presently, the villagers out number the evil in our town, so we have the advantage."
Looking about to her neighbors, "Sometimes, the loudest are the most guilty, and sometimes, they are simply guilty of fear." She sighed, "If I must be first, I will. I'll nominate Lunalilith..."