IMO, this new info changes the timeline only if we know Amanda herself mailed that package. If it had a printed-at-home postage paid mailing label, then anyone could’ve just dropped it in one of the mailboxes or package deposit boxes, without even going inside the post office (or beyond the lobby, where the postage and package deposit machines are typically located). I noted that the update makes a distinction between the package being “dropped” at the Haiku P.O. and it being “scanned at the receiving counter”—I am interpreting this to mean someone literally dropped the package into one of the receptacles at the P.O. at some point after it’d last been emptied (I’m not sure about HI, but my local P.O. empties its mailboxes once in the A.M., midday, and closing time—the exact times appear on a sticker on the front of each mailbox). Then, when those receptacles were emptied (sometime before 10:19 A.M.) the package was then scanned into the system. Is there any way to find out when the Haiku P.O. collects the outbound mail or packages from its mailboxes/postage and package deposit machines?