Evan Ebel's Cadillac Contents

The return of the Texas search warrant for Evan Ebel's black Cadillac has been released. It took a while, but I finally found the document, thanks to Denver's Fox 31 News.

Other items found are more interesting to me than some random materials that might be used to make a bomb. For example, he had a wireless video surveillance system (Uniden Model UDW-155), surveillance cameras and a voice recorder. And at least one female had been in the car at some point in time -- there was one earring, a pink hair tie and a hair clip. [more...]

He also had an ice chest in which police found a tan shirt, tan pants, and a Domino's pizza shirt.

He also had "apparent letters from "Nate", which is the first name of the murdered pizza driver.

Did he murder the pizza driver to steal his uniform so he could pretend to be a delivery guy when ringing Clements' bell? (Previously it was thought that Ebel may have made an appointment with Clements to see the bike Clements had placed for sale on Craig's List.) Why else would he take the pizza-warming bag? Did Clements open the door, intending to tell the Domino's guy he hadn't ordered a pizza? That seems more likely than Ebel finding the ad on Craig's List which Clements had placed the day he was killed, and which only had a phone number.

The one earring is creepy. Is it her DNA police found on the passenger door handle?

Since the pizza driver's body was found in Golden, a suburb of Denver, and Clements lived in Monument, near Colorado Springs, and Ebel had directions to Clements' home, it sounds like he planned on killing Clements.

If so, what was Ebel's motive? Did he blame Clements for his long stay in solitary? Was Clements' signature on the forms he received denying any kites he had submitted?

Other questions: Was Clements' the only house he had written out directions for? It doesn't seem like it would take three pages to write directions to one address. Were there any photos on the surveillance cameras? Was the pizza driver chosen at random? What if anything was on the voice recorder? Was there a pizza in the box? If the driver had delivered the pizza, the bag wold have been empty. Did Clements eat the pizza?

Not released: items found on Ebel's person. Did he have a cell phone?

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    That was a 1991 (none / 0) (#1)
    by DebFrmHell on Wed Mar 27, 2013 at 02:53:55 AM EST
    Caddy that was probably paid for in cash.  I am not too creeped out by the hair clip or the earring under the drivers seat.  Would love to know who he bought it from though.

    Wow (none / 0) (#2)
    by sj on Wed Mar 27, 2013 at 08:41:42 AM EST
    This reads like a TV episode.

    who is "her"? (none / 0) (#3)
    by ding7777 on Wed Mar 27, 2013 at 06:17:02 PM EST
    Is it her DNA police found on the passenger door handle?