Trying to catch up... and not replying specifically to this post, but in general...It does seem odd. I had to read and reread the affidavit, but in item 10, it says RL asked his cousin to say he arrived to pick up RL between 2 and 2:30 pm on the 13th. On line 13, it says RL told them his cousin arrived to pick him up at 3 pm. Not only do these times not match, but this call to his cousin occurred at 9:20 am on the 14th. So, it really does kind of make one wonder why he wanted an alibi for that time specifically, especially now knowing that his phone was used at 2:09 pm around his property (in or around). He wanted an alibi from right at the time of the murders, which is suspect, of course. But yet we know he really did leave for the aquarium shop by at least 4:45ish, based on the receipt time of 5:21.
One thing that stood out was the FBI wanted to seize any device that could have been used to "store evidence of the crime, research ways to conceal a crime or destroy a crime scene." That's probably common procedure, but it makes me curious what he bought at the aquarium store that he needed to drive to Lafayette to get, and also whether some of the crime scene had been destroyed.
Is it possible that during the evening of the 13th, RL became aware due to goings-on around his property, that girls were missing, searches were being performed, and LE would undoubtedly be looking into activity of presumably anyone who lived in the vicinity, as well as potentially CCTV footage in the town area(?)...... I'm wondering if RL had been out that day, perhaps driving without a license, as well as possibly been seen drinking alcohol at a local establishment that afternoon, and he was simply preparing for *just in case* police were to ask about his whereabouts - he didn't want to go to jail for another DUI, or driving without a license since he was a serial offender in that regard? It may have had nothing specifically to do with the girls, or their murders.. but something to do with his own awareness of his breach of probation which due to events, may be discovered thanks to general scrutiny in the area. imo.
I am also one who had thought RL had been seen drinking beer at the local pizza shop on the day the girls went missing (13th).... turned out (apparently) that it was a different day altogether, BUT, is it possible that RL had been drinking there, or possibly somewhere else, while having driven his vehicle to get there/leave there, so he wanted to make it look like he hadn't been the one driving at least, but it was never subsequently discovered?
Also, I had not stayed tuned into the daily posts in this thread, and had not realized that Ronald Logan had died in the meantime? Is there an obit or an MSM report?