I like your story. You take a very macabre scene and make it almost believable.
A couple small things, a typo where you say “...meatof...” needs a space. Also you italicize “meat”, is that your intent? I think emphasizing that word then pulls focus from your story. My opinion only.
When you use the phrase, “No. Why would I tell you anything?” Is the character reemphasizing the “No” or defining what he meant by saying it? If it’s simply restating it it’s fine, but if he’s trying to define it, which ads another level of contempt to his position with the cop, then “No, as in why would I tell *you* anything!” might play better. Italicize the “You” there to focus the contempt on the police chief. My opinion only again.
You say, “...blue eyes shooting holes..” and that threw me. My image was of the cop leaning over him with an unwavering, intense glare that would be “...boring...” holes through him, a slower, much more intense mood to draw on. Look up Auger too, a slow, ratcheting, agonizing way to cut a hole in someone.
You use an en-dash when you say, “...joy of their screams-“ and it should be an em-dash, double wide, “...their screams—“
I think your end would be stronger if you put the sentence, “I may have lied...etc” as the last sentence. You’ve built this marvelous scene to where he’s free, jumping around like spit on a hot griddle and shrieking, I don’t think he’d say “I may have...”. He’d use the words like a knife, stabbing the cop with them like, I screeched, “Surprise! I lied! He does kill!”
A very eat little story. Good work. Keep at it,
Thank you for sharing your work with us. Stay safe and enjoy life, it’s a wonderful place to hang out.