They thought they had information on JM/truck but may have found out they were incorrect as far as what the warrant stated. That was what I was saying.
The warrant, signed by Pike County Common Pleas Judge Timothy S. Hogan, indicated authorities believe the truck was “used as a means of the commission of the crime’’ of aggravated murder. Or it was in the possession of another person with the intent to use the vehicle as a means of committing the crime, the warrant stated.
MO. Theory. Supposition.
I see what you are saying. And you may be absolutely right.
But, possibly, the warrant was correct.
Judges do not issue warrants (even in Pike County) without a reasonable basis.
I am not being argumentative, just following another personal theory, and I may be wrong. I will say, I believe the vehicle was seen on UHR prior to 4/22.
I do not mean the day of 4/22 . I believe it had been on UHR in days prior to the murders. What I mean is it was a familiar vehicle to the area. On UHR frequently.