Idk if it would necessarily be important to look only on the 17th though. I think it was planned well before that.
Do we know if the plate number for ZG matched the real one?
At least one OSCO Deputy, Tony Rusciano, was willing to risk and lose his job vs. exposing communication with Casey. And Casey certainly had plenty in her circle that had/have connections within local LE.
So, if Casey needed a plate look-up after she set her sights on ZFG, she likely had someone she could turn to for help to run D.A.V.I.D. or other query to get the essential info.
Does D.A.V.I.D. keep a log on queries? Queries on ZFG plates ~6/17 would be telling.
I'm not familiar with that system...however, I am familiar with LE databases in California and Texas. At least with all those (because it includes national, as well)...yes, it keeps a history of who ran what. That's one of the best ways to keep LE and associated operators honest and never run someone not the subject of legal LE action. (!) Audits are done for agencies to keep employees authorized.
The systems I use ask for my name/user ID, and for my own reference (and required by policy) I need to either add the case#, or the name of another agent I'm running the name or information for, or at least a general description of why I'm running something, so that I can always document why this person or item was ran.
So, I'd think the system you are talking about would have a good chance of having that archive information. Good idea to see if someone had been running her name or tag #.
She said if she ran his name and say he did have a warrant she would have to take him in, or explain the reason for running his name in the first place. But she also said that the Warrant Search for our Sheriff's dept online was basically the same type of query they use and it was up to date. So it's not like any cop could sit there and inquire without reason.
Just thought I would let you know.
But, this is jmho and I'm going off my memory here.
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She has been uncooperative with law enforcement and has seemingly moved on with her life.
So...if she left tracks when obtaining the ZG info...well...it'd be nice evidence to have. Regardless of the whole ZG story...the tracks are valuable.
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Did KC go apartment hunting on June 17? We do know from ZG statements- ZG went apartment hunting with her ex-bf- Jonathan- and they went to every apartment on Conway not just Sawgrass.
We know KC met with Mr.Crisp on June 19 with TonE to view an apt and have TonE complete and application. As TonE was desparate to get out of his lease.
When did KC make this appointment with Mr. Crsip?
What was KC movements on June 17th
How much time did KC spend on the Conway Road?
What vehicle did ZG use to view apartments on June 17?
Did ZG bf- fill out any vistor cards at any apartments or with Crisp?
Stark - do you know off the top of your head where the apt. Crisp showed her is? Don't go to any trouble - just if you know - thanks.
not to answer for stark but in addition to: IIRC he said he could not show her the apt because she did not have an id with her and that was policy.
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This is where MCrisp says on the 19th they both came by and he couldn't show her because she did not have an id, but he showed Tony. Maybe she was in the office by herself at that time? He doesn't say, maybe she waited in the car...
Her cop friend was still on a probationary period and that's why I don't think he ran a license search. Of course he sounds like a very reckless guy so anything's possible. It's a very interesting question, though.
That's why his employer was able to fire him so easily. He was still not an *official* hire and didn't have the same type of union protection as more seasoned employees.
I wouldn't be completely shocked if he wasn't some type of after-the-fact accomplice, though. His character isn't exactly stellar.
If he was a patrol officer, it's easy enough for him to call in a tag number to dispatch and ask for any NCIC hits or activity.
One fine example, I don't know about ALL PDs but one in particular... First hand experience of seeing this happen in person and heard over scanner numerous times..
LE calls into dispatch:
Tag # xxx xxx "print and hold please"
This means he's calling in a tag number and wants the results printed and placed in his mailbox instead of calling out the results over the radio. They can do this about any suspicious activity without having pulled the vehicle over.
My guess is it would be a good idea for LE to search those dispatch logs. But.. I would almost bet that has already been checked into since Casey has already brought 3 cops down to her level.
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He did show TonE but NOT Casey- the apartment onJune 19. He followed the rules.