Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by Salem, Apr 13, 2010.
It's Ok Annie, I thought you found good info. I think that even if info was a little bit before or after MC went missing it still may be pertinent. Good Sleuthing TY
Your photos and videos are priceless... I really really appreciate them. I believe that they are important to us because you photographed everything. Thanks for all that you did!
Are we allowed to post a link to people search websites? Like..yahoo people search etc?
Yes you are
To date, that guy appears innocuous. Later, BH.
I think I'll swing the radar around to a next item:
Interesting rumor and fact points on which to ponder:
Upon exiting the Academy parking lot MC turns on to and continues west on Kittitas, in opposite direction of to the boat ramp.
MC is reported as having been at the Orondo boat ramp. Unusual?
MC is reported as having driven her car to / through the car wash, a task she rarely performed (at least not without her father, which I do not understand why her father would have to be involved unless only to make sure MC washed her car)? Unusual? Was MC and her vehicle at the JetPro on 02/09/2010?
(2?) JetPro car wash receipts found at passenger-side visor. This might be due to 'vehicle registration and insurance info' stored at driver-side visor but why are JetPro receipts singled for visor storage? Were other receipts (listed below) stored there as well and were tossed to the rear floor by MC or passenger when placing receipts on visor? That does not make sense. If other receipts are tossed to the floor why not also toss the JetPro receipts? Conclusion: JetPro receipts were singled out for easy-access storage. For whom? MC's proof of car wash for RC?
Food Pavillion receipt found on rear vehicle floor.
Food Pavillion receipt is dated: 02/08/2010. Other receipts dates not indicated on evidence list so might we assume the only listed date is identified on all found receipts?
(2) Target receipts found on rear vehicle floor.
Pearl found under driver-side rear vehicle floor mat.
Auto-Mocha card found on driver-side rear vehicle floor.
The above as 'found on floor' items might indicate MC's purse was purged of items, with 'debit' card having been stolen.
Personal Check (of RC, for 'school fine') found in trunk. Which school and why a 'fine' and when?
MC's car is discovered on an unpaved area of PCR, a place where MC never frequented?
MC's purse, 'with keys', is found in the rear seat area in her vehicle.
Misc. notebooks, papers, etc. Specific location in vehicle not identified but assumed as 'driver-side rear floor' given listed order of evidence.
MC's body is recovered at a CB property, a place where MC never frequented?
Glass chards [sic] from kitchen counter @ home - LOI recovery (Shards assumed found CB house because it is location of recovery of MC's body).
Don't know if anyone has used this website, but try http://www.spokeo.com You can even type in the numbers in the case documents.
Does anyone remember what the house numbers are to WC home on Eaglerock? Is this the spec house, or her physical?
An alarm went off at 4310, which is why I asked. I couldn't remember.
5th one up from the bottom.
Oh, and lbpom.... also some awesome photos. You guys are much braver than I am... going out there alone. Thanks for doing that for all of us!
it says something regarding audible burgular in garage and such......... hmmmm............ related to the case???? or just coincidence?????
I agree with you that these are singled out, if I remember correctly the car is listed in her fathers name so it seems likely that he would ask her to save all receipts car related, maybe for taxes or for reimbursement to MC from her dad.
2 Month Investigation Update
Its been just over two months since the body of Mackenzie Cowell was located along the Columbia River at Crescent Bar in Douglas County. The Cowell Homicide Task Force continues to work diligently on the case with a full complement of detectives from the partner agencies; Douglas County, Chelan County, East Wenatchee Police Department, Wenatchee Police Department, and the FBI. To date investigators have followed up on over 250 tips and leads and have conducted nearly 725 interviews. Some of the initial crime lab work has been completed but much is still at the state crime lab undergoing analysis. Crime lab results will not be released to the media in order to maintain the integrity of the investigation.
In recent weeks investigators have conducted re-interviews of several of Mackenzies friends, associates and fellow students. Investigators have also conducted secondary searches of Pitcher Canyon, Riverfront Park (boat ramp area), and utilized the Chelan County Dive team to search the Columbia River bank near the boat ramp in hopes of finding Mackenzies phone which remains missing and a vital piece of evidence if located.
Reward amounts have increased since the last press release as follows:
Crime Stoppers - $7,000.00
Those who wish to remain completely anonymous may contact the Crime Stoppers line at 888-4280 between 7am and 5pm Monday through Thursday to provide information regarding the case. If the information leads to an arrest and the filing of criminal charges, a reward of up to $7,000.00 cash will be immediately paid to the anonymous informant.
Mackenzie Cowell Benefitt Trust Fund & Wenatchee Valley Citizens Against Crime Pledges $47,000.00
Those who wish to qualify for this reward must call the RiverCom Tip line at 663-9911 (24hr line). If the information provided leads to the arrest and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for Mackenzies murder, a reward of up to $47,000.00 will be paid to the informant.
Anyone with information regarding the possible whereabouts of her phone may call the RiverCom tip line at 663-9911 or CrimeStoppers (anonymous) number at 888-4280.
Though no suspect has been identified, investigators remain diligent, optimistic, and confident justice will prevail in this casean arrest and prosecution.
Captain Doug Jones
Public Information Officer
Cowell Homicide Task Force
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Does the carwash give a free one for every so many paid for, like the **** mocha does with coffees? That might involve saving receipts unless there was a stampped card. Buy ten, get one free, or?
When MC went to Jet Pro, which was infrequently, RC usually paid (treated her) and might have been sitting in the passenger seat. Probable RC stuck receipt up in passenger side visor, seat adjusted for his 6'0' height and yes may retain for taxes. IMO
Aside from the sports he participates in, is it known what type of work PT does/if he's employed?