The parking garage is the one across from the abandoned Lourdes building. Pretty eerie at night, even in a car.
Third white truck with cover was clocked at 1:51:27 AM, the latest time.
Keeping in mind we don't have times on Truck 1 and 2 that look to be the same truck.
Has anyone posited yet that the kidnapper(s) picked Mickey up without her bike, and then came back and picked up her bike later, perhaps after dropping Mickey off somewhere? It's not totally unlikely, given that there are many hours between her disappearing and anyone noticing her missing. They could've tossed it in a bush or even leaned it on a post, and came back and got it at any other point? I hope they're watching all of these surveillance videos for vehicles that came through again a few hours later.
I'm sure the time stamps from the 2 cameras might be different, but for this exercise, let's assume they are the same. That puts the goldish car (1:49) 1 block from Mickey photo at circle k (1:48). If the car was traveling the posted speed limit (35 ish mph) and Mickey was traveling average biking speed ( help me out here, 11 ish mph), at what point on st. Landry would the car overcome the bike? Assuming there was a green light at the intersection? Someone posted earlier that the second photo of the car was on st. Landry going in mickey's direction. Unfortunately that one is not time stamped. Any math folks able to figure it out? And if that second car photo is from a block or so up past the circle k on st. Landry, why wasn't there footage of Mickey on it as well? She would have ridden past that spot seconds after the video at circle k was taken??.?.? Wth?
Also, logically, I must agree with the other posters who pointed out that this is a still from a video and a video would allow for the figure to be much clearer. If a person were seen driving in the back of a pickup, I think it would be part of the LE released description of the vehicle.
Last edited by mahmoo; 05-26-2012 at 10:22 PM.
Everyone sees who you appear to be ... few really know who you are.
Look, from my perspective, there's no way in heck she (or anyone) is sitting on the tailgate. The truck is about to turn left onto University, a major North/South thoroughfare with a speed limit of, what? 45 in town and hitting 55 shortly thereafter? It's not a slow, meandering road through the country, it is a serious highway that moves quickly. No one in their right mind would feel safe sitting on the back of an open tailgate riding up the road. And as the truck is stopped/stopping, there's ample opportunity to jump off.
It makes no sense.
I heard news from a reliable source that is terrifying. A body was supposedly found behind the northside post office. I hope it's merely a rumor.
Adding: maybe I am wrong again! The truck headed down St Landry is the one they identify as the new vehicle of interest, and the one on University is said to be the same one that is see turning left onto University at the light. Which would mean the truck in the turning lane has a bed cover AND a tailgate!
So the large car would have passed the corner where MS was last imaged by the gas station, first passing the gas station and heading up that road north up past Ryan Street? If MS made it across the street without interference from truck 1, she would have been gone considering the 1 plus min that had gone by. If MS had been stalled, or there was an altercation/accident, they might have witnessed something like truck 2 that is probably the same as 1 going straight the same way MS had gone a minute or so earlier.
Of if large car had come from the direction that MS had been heading . . . but large car peeps would have only had one minute to harm her and move on.
Am I making sense?
Identify the nature of the source. I kind of doubt it since there are still posts going up about searches tomorrow.
Can someone drop a link to the scanner thread? Still new, and don't know where to look.