Both the police and the mother harboring information and pointing fingers have pulled focus so badly that no one is even concerned about actually establishing the basic details of this case. Who screwed up, sadly, doesn't find Ebonee Spears. At this point, What we need from the police are: 1 - phone records (they have them) 2 - phone ping location 3 - phone voicemails 4 - Antonio McKoy's alibi 5 - Why there are 19 people listed as providing statements on the original police report, but only 4 names are visible What we need from Antonio McKoy: - What route did he take to Ebonee's house? - How did he get into the apt.? - How many times did he call her cellphone? - Where were they supposed to be going? - Where did he wait? - Were her apt. lights on / door locked? - Why did her wait so long to call her Ebonee's mother? - Why did he not call Ebonee's mother to ask if Ebonee might be there? What we need from the press: 1 - full account of the details of the disappearance, in chronological order 2 - timeline of her last day, including the actions and locations of her family, her boyfriend, and herself 3 - no more editorials on topics not directly related to the case 4 - entire footage of the full interview with Antonio McKoy What we need from NamUs: 1 - update the most recent case report from 2/25 to include the original details from the one submitted on 2/7 2 - assign case managers that are aware they are being assigned to missing persons' cases 3 - investigate why Ebonee's first case submitted was assigned a case manager that (a) did not follow up to confirm status (b) said he doesn't even do that kind of work for that organization TWO GLARING ISSUES: - How did Antonio McKoy get inside Ebonee's apt.? Antonio did not have a key, yet was able to go inside to go through her purse. - Why did he call her mother in the middle of the night (not to ask if they had seen her or if she was there, but) to say she was missing? - Why didn't he look for her earlier? - How did he already KNOW she was missing when he called?