I've been reading about Jason and it's such a sad, curious case. I use Waze often and mine is set to 'Access GPS only when app is in use,' so maybe Jason used that setting too. Maybe he no longer needed Waze, after he arrived at the intersection in Luling. His parent's didn't know he was coming. Maybe that intersection was his destination that night? Did Jason open Snapchat while he waiting for someone? Is Snapchat even related? I know you have discussed all of this before but things went bad for Jason soon after that intersection in Luling. Why? It would be interesting to see the Waze input around Luling that night because Waze people send alerts to the app, including the presence of police in the area. Did Jason decide to go straight on E. Austin St to Spruce Ave and then Salt Flat Road, trying to avoid the police on S. Magnolia or E. Pierce for some reason? Then why turn off Waze and the alerts? We just don't have enough information. Maybe in time, law enforcement will share more with the public. Do we know how Jason was doing in college? His professors and other students might know something. Freshman year can be tough for some and the parents don't always know right away. Where are you Jason?