February 10, 2014
There are some video clips where police are examining the crime scene, and are looking in the area of one of the concrete parking stops on the north row of cars. There was a Diet Pepsi can standing upright in the buffer area between the concrete parking stops. One of the officers picks up the can, and in another clip, the can is sitting on the trunk of a patrol car next to a milk crate. I am assuming the milk crate contained the items that were collected.
The can could be meaningless, or it might have held a vital clue. The one thing that bothers me is that none of the officers and personnel were wearing gloves. I am a frequent viewer of Forensic Files, and in several episodes, investigators state that anything and everything is collected at a crime scene, no matter how insignificant something might seem, as something could later turn out to be a very crucial piece of evidence. In my opinion, that pop can might have been a very important clue.
I also believe that there may have been more items in that parking lot than what the police released to the public, or at least more items or clues that they might not have thought about, or overlooked.
Maybe, just maybe, there are some small clues that easily have gotten overlooked that could be very important to solving the case.
August 6, 2013
Looking at this picture I see 2 diet pepsi cans. 1 is on the trunk of the police car next to the crate, but the other is in officer Tiffany Creekmur's hand. My guess would be that they were hers that she was drinking but I could be wrong. I am also bothered by the lack of gloves.
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