Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by imstilla.grandma, Jan 28, 2020.
Yes famous words from Honorable Judge Strickland.
If GS did not exit the truck, that doesn't necessarily mean he wasn't still in it. At what point did she transfer GS to the other vehicle?
I want to know about the door to door search she mentioned.
I think nuttmeg had a good theory, that she needed to return to scene of the crime to cover her tracks better or move evidence and she did not want to take her own vehicles, especially that same red truck.
I am sorry I thought the 118.88 was her gas receipts away from the rental agency.
I researched the price of So Co gas in Jan and used 2.60 a gallon to find out how much gas 118.88 would be.
Now knowing it was Budget refilling a an emtpy tank when the car was returned and the 118.88 works out to 11.9 gallons of gas at $9.98.
MOO the tank has a range of about 430 miles, so the tank was filled at least once while it was out for 28 hours.
Folks like her need to steer the ship. Once you take the wheel they simply move on. To someone else. IMO
Someone asked about IBS medications previously. I have been on a few...some are narcotics which help immensely but aren’t enough even if you OD’d on them to cause anything close to death or grave illness. IMO none of that is related to this case. IMO I know he is not coming back...walking through the front door but I still can’t find the reason or feels she had the means to make him just vanish. My sister was a perp in a high profile case and the right, true answer was just right there in front of our eyes! This is a bit more complex unfortunately
ETA: we all knew she was lying based on previous behaviors. MOO...there is someone out there feeling this same way if LS was involved in any way.
Logorrhea, but I don’t really think she is actually psychotic...
“He left Saturday night to fly out of the Denver Airport with a family member who had a red eye fly and he had an early morning flight.”
1) So a family member drove him to Denver airport.
2) The family member had a "Red eye fly"
2) And AS had an early morning flight.
I haven't even heard of them having family members in the area?
In regards to the rental car, if she told LE the same thing that she told Crime Online, I can now see why LE originally made the statement of this case being a 'puzzle.' Sure a lot to put together here to determine the chain of events.
The headspace that she filled up with the creation of all these vehicle stories would be a cost in itself exceeding the cost of some extra gas in her own car - especially after she broke the bank with extra rental fees and the fee she likely had from parking her car at the airport overnight.
When your child/family member is missing, there are not this many (literal) moving parts to your behavior. You send an AF/CONG buddy or kind neighbor to pick up your husband, and you stay at home awaiting your runaway, or you have someone at the house there while you’re out searching for him in your own vehicle. And you’re too busy and focused to be on social media unless you’re posting flyers with his picture.
The GPS Will tell LEO. I would think.
Got the sickest feeling when I read this. Hope he wasn’t out there dying or already gone. If so though, LE dogs probably flagged on it. Hoping LE is considering a transfer and long distance move.
It's two days plus one tank of gas. One tank of gas gets her approximately 300 miles. Denver Airport is approximately 100 miles from their house. That's 200 right there.
So, if they filled up one more time, then that's a lot of miles. But based on the gas they purchased (and the fact that an unlimited mileage clause means that Budget didn't care about odometer readings), they drove that car about 300 miles. 100 miles spent searching.
LS is weaving a web tightly around her self.
I guess the search today was another dud. This is eating me alive and I don't even know this child. All this nonsense must be driving his parents crazy.
Or 65 mph for 8-10 hours and slower when someone else was with you doing search?
Holy crap. I was off doing something else for a couple hours, came back here and was suddenly 20 pages behind.
Find? Doesn't look like it.
Oh. 955 miles. Yeah, that's totally worth 20 pages of WTF. Now the only question is how long has LE known about it.
This is the most I've ever read or posted on any single case here, I think. Now I'm going back to catch up. I'm way back on page 27. Don't worry, I'll catch up before the next bombshell. I read fast.
And she said they went door to door searching for him. Have any neighbours reported anything like that happening?