- Nov 16, 2008
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I believe the first use of the word "stole" came from RC himself during the 911 call, as an aside to Misty. I think it went something along the line of "how could you let my child get stole, beotch!". It was in a distressed, highpitched, whiney, breathy voice. I remember it because it was the first time my hinky meter topped the chart. I also wondered if he had already drunk the beer he picked up on the way home. Its not uncommon for night shift workers and long distance drivers to drink beer after work to put themselves to sleep. The hops in beer is a medicinal herb that has been used to induce sleep throughout the ages. Any idea if LE breathalized him, or 'tried' to, that night? Maybe its partially why he was so unable/unwilling to give 911 and responding LE information that night/morning.
Good Morning. Welcome to WS by the way, I am looking forward to your views and idea's on Haleigh's disappearance.
Yes, we get quite a visual just by listening to the 911 call and also by reading the information in the police report. It seems as though you have read the PR, probably over and over again as many have, I don't remember reading any police narratives that refer to RC as being under the influence of alcohol, or exhibiting physical characteristics that would warrant a breathalyzer test to be administered. I for one hope that LE in Putnam County are trained to observe and immediately recognize those warning signs and make note of them in their police narratives.
Since we see no mention of such on the police report I hope that we can take that as a sign that no such physical characteristics were noted. I am interested in understanding your statement with regard to RC being unwilling to give information to the police officer. In my opinion there is quite a difference in being UNABLE as opposed to UNWILLING to give information. Is there any particular narrative or report that made you feel that way?