Sat, 15 Dec 2018 21:54:20 GMT
Is the name "Larry Breeden" an anagram? I am sure police investigators already have pondered this question. Apparently all of the Larry Breeden's who were living in Virginia during a certain period of time have been investigated and cleared of any wrongdoing. Why did this person chose the name? Is he related to one of the Larry Breeden's who have been cleared? Did he or does he work with one of the Larry Breeden's who has been cleared. Did the perp see the name "Larry Breeden" posted somewhere and then off-the-cuff decided to use the name. One would assume police investigators would have asked all of the innocent Larry Breeden's these questions. Also there are different types of employees who work at national parks. We're all of the employees who were working at Shenandoah
Sat, 15 Dec 2018 22:15:33 GMT
Seems to me the suspect knows might know something about auto mechanics; that really goes without saying. In one of the prior episodes a witness mentions seeing a large ring on the fellow who was deriving a black truck. Who would wear large men's rings these days--state troopers? College graduates? A high school graduate, although I think high school rings for male high school graduates are smaller than they used to be. Don't know. One more thought; it shouldn't have been that difficult to catch this guy (predictable as hell!). Female decoys; his behavior seemed pretty predictable.
Wed, 19 Dec 2018 23:06:34 GMT
Agreed. also several of the "Larry Breedens" where interviewed at the time and cleared.. however 1 actually did have the same type truck as the witnesses stated.
Thu, 12 Sep 2019 15:39:27 GMT