He stopped over at the GMs house, it would have been quite easy for them to miss each other. Also, if she was not watching cars then she would not have noticed even if he did pass. According to the affidavit his cell phone was making calls between 6:35 and 6:56AM. He would have been at the GM's house making those calls in order to decide where to go next since there was no one at the GM's house. BD left home at 6:20, which means that she would have been on the road passing by while SA was making his calls at the GM's house in Dunn (which was about 16 minutes driving out of CC). So, if she left CC at 6:20, she would have been passing Dunn at around 6:36AM, and at 6:35 SA was at the GM's house making his first call, not on the road, so she would NOT have passed by him on the road. Keep in mind that those calls would have been to other people, and those other people would have been able to corroborate that as well, which means that it be fairly well established exactly where SA was and reasonably well established what he was doing. Phone calls resumed at 9:38AM when he was at his mothers house. He would have arrived there earlier than that, and most likely the time of arrival (which would have been earlier, unless he started making phone calls the second he stepped out of the car) can be corroborated by the people living there. So, SA's movements can probably be established fairly accurately, which is something to bear in mind for a prosecutor if they were thinking of filing charges. There would have to be time to do the crime as it were, and my guess is that when the data and witnesses are fully analyzed, there is no time. As for how BD got to work, according to the affidavits it was confirmed by interviews AND by records. So, no matter what people might be saying later, we can be fairly sure that whatever BD told LE about her movements that morning was accurate. Keep in mind that if she told them one thing, and they later found out something different, she would have been charged with obstruction (we know this because she WAS charged with obstruction in a different incident involving the CP search warrants). The same thing holds with statements made by other people btw. If they were deliberately lying initially they would have been charged if it could be proven that they were lying. LE interviewed people at SA's workplace. There was no mention of BD being there. If BD had been in the car at the time they would have said so in the affidavit since the sheriff was hostile to SA and BD at that point. He would have used any slight grounds for suspicion against them and used that in the affidavits.