- Feb 16, 2012
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I fail to see how you can make these conclusion. Just because someone approached you, doesn't mean they approached you from the front. It could have been from the side. Also, in all likelyhood this suspect has a cell phone. Which means police could track where he was and at what time.
I'm pretty sure they will be checking out his cell phone at some point. I just like seeing what inferences I can come up with before reading stuff in the news.
She was walking down the street (westward). Yes, they could've approached her from the side street (Ellis). My point was, they didn't come up from behind, they were far from his home, and apparently in very close proximity to her home (just around the corner) when she was accosted. I find that unusual. People don't tend to get mugged in their own neighborhoods (at 9 AM in the morning, no less), but more often in less familiar neighborhoods or venues, after dark. Not posting conclusions about why they were there--just pointing out the map for a better visual of what happened where in this event.