This story is so disturbing.
The fact that the police searched her vehicle and found marijuana (if they really found it or planted it ..it is their word), but couldn't find that she had her cell or wallet in the car, leads me to believe they had already had it planned what they wanted to do. I'm sure those two officers or one of them had something to do with what happened to her. The phone call of her being spotted in the back of some man's yard was a lie, whoever made that call is the person who was part of what happened (the police). I'm surprised they didn't try to trace that call. The FACT they didn't release the report to the mother until days later and lied about not having a surveillance video, then later retracting the story and coming up with one. These were all ways to make the time pass...they needed time to pass and then the put her remains in the place to be discovered, knowing there would be no way to find out what happened.
I am mad at her mother and I am sure her mother regrets how she handled the situation. FIRST, she didn't even ask to speak with her daughter to at least tell her to stay there...she is allowed a phone call. SECOND, you have people telling you she was behaving oddly is out in Malibu at a police station and you want to ask them to look after her for you so that you don't have to make that drive at 2 am...ummmm..'yea, I'm on the road right now, not too far away I am on my way.'
The police probably told the restaurant to have her car towed because she was going to jail. They only took her to the station because the call came in and they had to take her there to throw everyone off.
Now, about the Vegas spottings. They probably were watching her father and found a look alike and paid her to walk near where he was parked. The same with her childhood friend. OR, the father and the childhood friend made those statements just for the sake of the mother, to help her calm down and at least give her some hope during the search...
You can't trust the police. You can't take any situation lightly. I don't care what time it was, my moms was over-dramatic. Anything involving my sister and I she was out there..she didn't play and she didn't trust no one. The police would not have known she was 60 miles away...
I do hope the truth comes out one day and they do find out what really happened. But just from the articles I've read and the video of her story...it doesn't take a genius to realize this is one fishy azz story..