Well I would first say I am not trying to be too over the top about this, but there are many possibilities and trying to eliminate as many as possible is not a bad thing. It is a house of cards to build a theory on HB phone having to be tossed first. Cell phone gps is not very accurate in rural areas without many towers. Also, if you disconnect the battery, the gps will not be activated. If you are familiar with any given area, you would know the best routes to take if you need to be quick or if you need to not be seen. You generally know where people live and you also know which roads are less traveled. In that kind of rural area, there are many lesser traveled roads. Also, I do not want to speculate to much about the direction they initially went, because there are so many possible routes not including the woods (which is a whole other topic). Try to do the math of what your saying, using the timeline from the last MSM article. Let's say camo and and HB walk into the woods at aprox. 7:55AM. If they immediately got into a vehicle and headed toward the Easter find, that would put them there about 8:05-8:10. LE is at the Bobo house at about 8:05. That means from 8:05 on, LE and most likely other worried locals head towards the Bobo home from what we can assume is multiple directions. The perp then drives on a commonly traveled road to toss a phone out the window, with a victim in tow, and continues to drive several miles north and turn off west to make his way to gooch road. It takes at least a couple minutes to get to gooch rd. from this direction, passing several homes in the process and by this time it is probably 8:15-8:20. He then stops to toss the lunchbag and make sure he is THEN ready to leave the area? 20-25 minutes has passed since they left the Bobo property and they are still driving around the local community? So he has no real escape plan, eventually throws a phone out the window, is paranoid about taking the highway initially, takes a circuitous route away from the highway to place the lunchbag (because he is worried about being pulled over with the lunchbag even though HB is still in his vehicle) and make sure HB is secured, then he feels okay to then travel on the highway? I would not say this type of scenario is impossible, but that would be equal to not having a plan at all. Doesn't it just seem simpler to toss all her items at once and take off, or just take off and worry about the items later? My point is that it is much easier/simpler to speculate about the items as being placed for purpose, other than mixing and matching which items are tossed where and when.