Yes and no. Buying chlorine tabs in a normal amount that they typically purchased might be circumstantial and it might be reasonable to assume he bought it for his hot tub. Now if he bought triple the amount of chlorine tabs… we’ll that is different. If something broke on the excavator and it broke while someone else was around hmmm…now if he left the jobsite and the next morning it was broken that’s different. I believe the prosecution will pick and choose very very carefully what they use. Too much “stuff” with a reasonable explanation and they could sink their case. They may have put everything but the kitchen sink in their arrest warrant but they may not need or want all of it during trial. I think we will get a pretty good idea of the nuts and bolts of the case at the preliminary though. They need to have enough to get him bound over for trial.