Once upon a time, there was a boy of only 13. His name was Constantine A. Sittine and he lived in the quiet suburbs in a small town in Nashville, Tennessee. It was a cold and stormy, winter night when he heard police sirens come to his house. He was in bed, but heard the front door being forced open. He ran to the top of the stairs and saw his father being handcuffed for a reason he knew not. He cried out to his father, but his father only turned his head and mouthed the words “ice cream”. As quick as the police officers had come in, they were gone again and the house was silent.
The weeks following, his father was sentenced to life in prison for a crime I will not disclose. Constantine was convinced that his father was framed, but his father pleaded the fifth. Sometime later, the boy received a letter from his father that he did not quite understand. It read:
Capable pleased ozzies.
Soggy banks exile with jams.
Canvase plasmids Mary-Jane.
THEREFOR my son, it is important that You Understand good Values, unlike i have done.
He pondered his father’s letter over and over, in attempt to find a way to prove him innocent, but it was no luck. He was starting to think his father had gone mad, but decided to contact you (a detective) for help. Do you know how Constantine can prove his father’s innocence?
I’ll be impressed if you can decipher the meaning of my puzzle. (Please do not edit this post because the errors are intentional!) ;)
If you take and unscramble ONLY the capital letters from the line under the yellow section, it will help you figure out the code.
ANOTHER HINT ALERT:
Take that unscrambled code and apply it to the three lines under the greeting of the letter. (each of the three lines will represent a new word)