CMA Timeline July 13 – 19, 2008


SUN, July 13, 2008 – While outside doing yard work, Cindy claims she saw a certified registered letter notice on the front door.

10:33:10 a.m. Cindy texted Casey. The message read, “Last minute?”

MON, July 14, 2008 – Prior to leaving for work, Cindy texted Casey. The message sent at 7:35:03 read, “Remember me?”

Cindy was at work 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Gentiva Health Services. George said he just started a new job about a week ago, which is why he was not able to go to the post office to pick up the registered letter today.

11:24 a.m. Casey tells Iassen Donovan in an IM that she is going to get her own apartment for just her and “the kid.”

1:26:56 p.m. The image of the “move the F on” quote by Tupac was last accessed on Casey’s Laptop computer.

  • 8:30:10 p.m. Cindy texted Casey. The message read, “Can u call me soon? i ll b going to bed soon.”
  • 11:33 p.m. Cindy (Anthony hm ph) call to Casey’s cell – left voice-mail message
  • 11:33 p.m. Casey retrieves Cindy’s voice-mail message.
  • 12:00 midnight (approx. time) Cindy’s sent a message to Casey’s MySpace. The message shown below has been deleted.

Dad said he went to work at 9am and he got home at 630p, he said he did not come home in between. I don’t know who or what to believe anymore. You’ve told me everyday that you were going to call me and you haven’t but you choose to call when you know I won’t be home. What the hell is going on?” I’ve tried not to bug you to death but I still haven’t gotten to see pictures of Caylee or gotten to speak to her. It’s been over a month now. Am I ever going to see her again? Are you still with Jeff? Are you going back to work? I saw on the news that Anheiser Busch* is being bought by a foreign company that does not want the theme parks only the beer part of the Co. What is that all about they’re talking Disney or Universal may get to buy the theme parks. I thought Universal already merged with them? I’m not sure how much longer I can continue on this day to day course. I’m going freakin nuts not knowing whats going on with you. I had a breakdown at work, can’t take much more stress.  [discovery doc p. 2801]

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TUE, July 15, 2008 – George picked up certified mail at the Post Office then proceeded to Johnson’s Wrecker East located at 7777 Narcoossee RD, Orlando, FL to retrieve Casey’s car. He arrived in the morning prior to noon.  George spoke with Ms. Lett inquiring about the cost and other requirements to get the car out of impound. He asked Ms. Lett where the car was towed from and she told George the car was towed from the AMSCOT located on SR 50 & Goldenrod.

Ms. Lett also advised George of the types of documents he would need and mentioned they only accept cash payments. George said he would have to come back… did not have enough cash. George called Cindy to let her know the cost to get the vehicle out of impound. Cindy left work and went to withdraw $500 from an ATM, then met George at the Anthony home.

  • 12:48 p.m. Cindy calls Casey’s cell phone (missed call)
  • 12:58 p.m. Casey calls Cindy’s cell phone = 213 secs.
  •   1:11 p.m. Cindy calls Casey’s cell phone = 89 secs.

Cindy said, “… I told her that she was not in Jacksonville. I told her that we found the car, so obviously she wasn’t where she said.” [Page 383 – CA’s deposition by Prosecution on 7/29/09]

Cindy meets George at the Anthony home then she drives him to Johnson’s Wrecker. She debated the notification time and the charge ($35.00) for the certified letter. Cindy demanded a discount. DENIED! Ms. Lett observed that Cindy appeared to have been upset upon her arrival.

1:30 p.m. (approx. time) G & C showed the car title and their driver’s licenses as proof of ownership and identification because Casey’s car (1998 WHT Pontiac SUNFIRE SE Coupe 2-DR) is registered to George & Cynthia Anthony.   [VIN# shown in discovery doc pp. 5207 -5208] Cindy paid the Johnson’s Wrecker invoice in the amount of $466.78. [discovery doc p. 374]

George and Cindy acted surprised to learn the car was in the Orlando area. They told Mr. Birch, Facilities Manager and Ms. Lett they thought this car was in Jacksonville, Gainesville or the FL Panhandle. [discovery doc pp. 819, 837, 839 & 847]

G & C Anthony said they hadn’t seen their granddaughter in a month; their daughter was lying to them and would not let them speak with the child. Cindy remaiined in the office while George and Mr. Birch went into the impound yard to retrieve the car.

When George opened the drivers door of the Pontiac with a spare key, he and Mr. Birch smelled a foul odor (the smell was pungent). George looked inside the car and saw Caylee’s car seat; Casey’s purse (with her ID inside); clothes and some other stuff. George said he remembered thinking at this time, “please don’t let it be Casey or Caylee.”

Then he proceeded to open the trunk, as Mr. Birch witnessed, and found armor hammer laundry detergent; blue bends; an old pink backpack of Caylee’s and a white kitchen size trash bag with a yellow tie-string.

A pizza box and some papers were inside the trash bag with maggots and flies crawling on the outside. Mr. Birch tossed the trash bag in the dumpster.

George saw the stain (size of basket ball but not completely circular) near the spare tire area in the center of the trunk. He put his noise down close to it and got an overpowering dose of the decomposition odor.

George took gas can from his SUV and put gasoline in Casey’s car. It seemed to Mr. Birch that George knew in advance the car was out of gas.  Note: [It was later proven by LE the car was not out of gas and the gas gauge worked properly]

1:24 p.m. Casey went to Bank of America at 2701 S. Conway RD. (1/10 of mi. from Sawgrass Apts.) She wrote the fifth chk. #146 for $250.00.from Amy H’s checking account Payee: Casey Anthony. Casey presented ID # A 535-113-86-599-0 (FL Drivers License) to the bank teller to cash the check and $250 in cash was dispensed.

Chk # 145 in the amount of $92.62 payable to Win-Dixie #2383 was returned to Winn Dixie unpaid due to Amy H.s forgery claim. ($10.00 returned check fee was also charged back for a total loss of $102.62).

During Charles C’s interview with LE, he mentioned that Debbie B. (co-worker at Gentiva) told him that Cindy had mentioned the argument she had with Casey on Fathers Day. [discovery doc p. 5063]

1:55 p.m. – 2:05 p.m. Casey’s vehicle was released to George. He drove the Pontiac with the windows partially down in the rain. At the Anthony home, he parked the car in the garage. Because of his Sheriff Detective background, George immediately recognized the smell in Casey’s car as that of a DECOMPOSING BODY …That is a smell you never forget.

That said Cindy and George agreed to stick with the story of a rotting pizza in the car for several days sitting in the hot Florida sun caused the foul odor.

2:00 p.m. Casey stopped by Cast Iron Tattoo. She scheduled an appointment for herself and a friend for 7/19/08. Mr. Colamarino asked about Caylee. Casey told him she would bring Caylee when she comes back for her next appointment. [LIE]

2:04 p.m. Erica G. cell phone call to Casey’s cell phone = 4 secs. Missed call goes to voice-mail box.

2:06 p.m. Casey returns Erica G.’s phone call and they talk for 842 secs. Casey tells Erica she is on her way to OIA to pick up someone. During the conversation, Casey made a statement along the lines of “sit down Caylee,” but Erica did not hear Caylee’s voice at all during the entire conversation.

2:10 p.m. (approx. time) Cindy found a hand-written note with a phone number for Amy H. and a copy of Amy’s resume in Casey’s car. She removed a dinner knife and Casey’s gray pin-stripped slacks from the car and WASHED THEM! Cindy took Caylee’s favorite doll, Momma out of the car seat and sprayed it and the car seats with febreeze.

2:30 p.m. Casey picked Amy H. up at the Orlando International Airport, and then she returned to Tony L’s apartment at Sutton Place.

2:30 p.m. George left the Anthony home to go to work. However, sometime after parking the car in the garage and before he left, George removed the battery from the Pontiac.

3:00 p.m. (approximate time) Cindy returned to work at Gentiva Health Services, Winter Park, FL Cindy told her co-workers (Debbie B. and Charles C.) at Gentiva Health Services, 1375 S Semoran Blvd Bldg 5, Winter Park, FL about the terrible odor in Casey’s car. Charles C. said when Cindy returned to work she was angry and made the statement about the smell in Casey’s car it [1998 WHT Pontiac SUNFIRE] smells like a dead body.

Sometime after 3:30 p.m., Cindy’s Supv. and Area Mgr. sent Cindy home to handle her business.

  • 4:27 p.m. Cindy sent Casey text message Call me ASAP major problem
  • 4:40 p.m. The Diary of Days.doc was last accessed on Casey’s laptop
  • 4:44 p.m. Casey sent Cindy text message
  • 4:45 p.m. Cindy sent Casey text message Call me
  • 4:48 p.m. Casey sent Cindy text message
  • 4:57 p.m. Mark sent Casey text message Ok

Note:  Above text messages shown in Casey’s cell phone inbox.

5:00 p.m. (approx. time) Cindy called Amy H. in an attempt to locate Casey and Caylee. [discovery doc p. 242]

Amy H. is at the Florida (FL) Mall with friends. Cindy offered to pick Amy H. up at the FL Mall so she could take her to Casey. According to Amy H., Cindy sounded panicky and told her if I don’t find Casey, she would end up in jail.

While in route to Tony L’s, Cindy tells Amy about getting Casey’s car out of the tow yard earlier that day and she also told her the car smelled like something had died. Cindy stated that the odor was coming from the trunk of the car. Amy recalled Casey saying the odor came from the engine, but she did not mention that to Cindy.

Cindy admitted to Amy that she was worried about Caylee because Casey had prevented her from talking with or seeing Caylee in over a month. Cindy ranted about how Casey was an unfit mother and if her behavior (i.e., excessive partying, lying, stealing money, etc.) continued, she would sue for custody of Caylee.

Cindy gave Amy the impression that she and George had not seen or spoken to Casey or Caylee in over a month, which is why they feared the odor coming from the trunk of the car might have been because Casey and/or Caylee where in there [the trunk].

Amy H.s also learned from Cindy that Casey had hacked into her [Cindy’s] bank account over and over And Cindy goes on to say Casey has been stealing money from her for years, as well as, stealing money from her [Cindy’s] mom, Shirley P. Although Amy did not want to believe Casey would steal from her, this insightful information caused Amy to share the story about her $400 going missing on 7/2/08 with Cindy. Cindy simply replied, yeah your not getting that back!

6:04 p.m. Casey made a cash purchase of $88.45 at Winn Dixie at 7580 University BV, Winter Park, FL.

6:30:44 p.m. Incoming text message from AT&T on Casey’s cell phone reads AT&T FREE msg: Pmt. Conf #QPSCAC237316569. Bank Acct debit authorized for $574.60 on 7/15/08 and successfully posted to Acct 04985420-001-04 [discovery doc 2873]

7:00 p.m. Amy H. directs Cindy to Tony L’s at Sutton Place, Winter Park, FL. Tony L. said he had never met Casey’s mother until that point, and so he said, hello. Cindy responded I hope you’re rich because Casey’s going to take all your money and leave you high and dry.

They were at Tony’s for approx. ½ hour. According to Amy H. Cindy and Casey had a verbal confrontation outside of Tony L’s apt. Cindy asked Casey, where is Caylee? Casey replied, she is safe.

While driving Amy H. back to her place at 232 N. Glenwood AV, Cindy pressed Casey about taking her to Caylee. Cindy demanded that Casey take her to Caylee immediately and Casey simply refused.

George called Lee to tell him there was something upsetting his mom and told him to go check on her. George said to Lee, we got some news about your sister today. Long story would explain later. Lee went to his parents’ home. No one was there.

8:00 p.m. (approx. time) Tony started watching the All Star game and was worried about what was going on with Casey & Cindy, so he texted Casey. When the phone went off, Tony realized Casey’s phone was still in his apartment.

8:05 p.m. Cindy called Georges cell phone. He missed the call.

8:08 p.m. Cindy arrived at the Orlando Police Dept. (OPD) located on Pershing RD, Orlando, FL. While sitting in the parking lot, Cindy called OPD to have Casey arrested. The person who answered the phone told her the office was closed and based on her home address, she would need to go home and contact the OCSO.

8:28 p.m. When Lee arrived at the Anthony home, no one was there. He entered the home through the garage, as usual. The 1998 WHT Pontiac SUNFIRE was the only vehicle in the garage with the trunk open and windows down. Lee smelled a foul odor that filled up the garage. He waited until Cindy and Casey arrived.

8:30 p.m. Cindy and Casey arrived at the Anthony home.

8:30 p.m. After Cindy dropped Amy H. off at her residence, it dawned on her that she should check her bank account. Cindy’s comment about Casey hacking into her bank account was finally resonating with Amy H. Upon accessing her checking account on-line, Amy H. was shocked to find a $0 balance the account had been WIPED OUT! She contacted the Bank of America Fraud Division and filed a forgery claim.

8:35 p.m. George said he spoke with Cindy on her cell phone and that she inquired about what time he would be coming home.

8:44 p.m. Cindy called 911 from the home phone. She requested to have Casey arrested for stealing money, her car and her granddaughter may be missing.

Initially Casey told Lee, during a 45 min. conversation, that Caylee was safe and that she knew where Caylee was. She would take them to see her tomorrow morning.

Lee claims Casey told him for the first time, that Cindy accused her of being an “unfit Mother” maybe she’s right maybe I am.. Casey also said Cindy told her that even though Caylee has been the best thing and the best mistake that she was indeed a mistake! [discovery doc p. 1430]

When Lee asked Casey why she wouldn’t allow them to see Caylee, according to Lee, Casey said, well maybe I’m a spiteful bitch maybe this should have been done a long time a go I’ve stolen money from mom and you I’ve been untrustworthy. I’ve been a bad mother, daughter and sister.

Lee told Casey that Cindy had called 911 to report Caylee missing and that LE would say, if Caylee is at the Nanny’s then lets just get in the car and go get her. Casey started crying and said, I haven’t seen my daughter in 31 days the Nanny kidnapped her!

Cindy comes into Casey’s room and said, “what have you done?! what’s going on?!” Casey responded by saying, “I don’t know where Caylee is.” Cindy asked, “who took her?” Casey responded, “the Nanny did, and she was kidnapped, mom.” [LIE]

9:25 p.m. Cindy called (321) 331-2291 AGAIN! This is the same phone number she called on 7/3/2008. Perhaps she forgot, while in a panic-stricken state of mind, that there was no Zany at this number.

9:27 p.m. Tony L. called Amy and she told him about Casey stealing her money. Amy asked Tony L. to go through Casey’s things to look for her checkbook. He found it and held onto it for her until they could get together for a face-to-face meeting.

9:41 p.m. Cindy called 911 from home phone again. This time she says in part, there’s something wrong, it smells like there’s been a dead body in the damn car Casey just admitted that she left Caylee with baby-sitter and she kidnapped her over a month ago. (Cindy sounds hysterical!!)

The 911 Operator asked Cindy to put Casey on the phone. When the operator asked Casey, what’s going on? Casey calmly states, “Caylee has been missing for 31 days.” VIDEO

Casey claims she received a call from Caylee around 12 noon today. [LIE] There were ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE RECORDS OF ANY CALLS ever made to or from Casey listed in the name of Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez. [LIE]

OCSO LE responded to 911 calls at C & G Anthonys home 4937 Hopespring Drive, Orlando, FL. LE interviewed all family members in the home.

9:50 p.m. (approx. time) According to Tony L., Lee called him about 20 30 minutes after he spoke with Amy H. At this time, Lee told Tony L. that Casey didn’t know where Caylee was and that Caylee had been missing for 31 days.

While Casey was being interviewed by LE, Cindy called her Supv. Ms. Polisano. Cindy was crying and almost incoherent, screaming, I found Casey and the baby’s gone. The baby’s missing. We cant find the baby! Cindy also said, OMG Debbie, if something happened to the baby or if the baby is dead, I don’t know what I’m going to do! [discovery doc p. 3068]

  • 10:11 p.m. OCSO Detective took Cindy’s initial statement. [discovery doc pp. 34 & 35]
  • 10:16 p.m. OCSO Detective took Lee’s initial statement. [discovery doc p. 32]
  • 10:16 p.m. OCSO Detective took George’s initial statement. [discovery doc pp. 36 & 37]

LE Interviewed Casey and took her 4-page written statement of the events detailing when Caylee Marie Anthony (2 yr. old) went missing on 6/9/08. [LIE] Actually, Caylee was last seen on 6/15/08. [discovery doc pp. 28 31]  Casey claimed ZFG was Caylee’s Nanny for the past 1 ½ 2 yrs. and her friend of 4 yrs. [LIE]

11 p.m. (approx. time) Cindy called Amy H. She told her Caylee was missing and that the Nanny ran off with her about a month ago.

Amy H. told Cindy that Casey had emptied her bank account, which she asked Casey about. Amy H. said Casey admitted to the fact that she had done this in front of her mother and the police officers.

11 p.m. (approx. time) According to Lee, OCSO detectives went to Tony L’s apartment and confiscated Casey’s cell phone. They used Casey’s phone to call her contacts.

WED, July 16, 2008 – Lee called Tony L. to make arrangements to retrieve Casey’s personal belongings.

12:00 a.m. (midnight) Lee drives to Tony L’s and picks up Cindy’s laptop, leopard print duffel bag, white backpack, large purse.

Lee told Tony L. and his roommates that he wished he had met them earlier to warn them about Casey and that she had become a pro at passing bad checks. Lee told them they needed to check their bank accounts and their belongings. He also told them that Casey lies.

1:00 a.m. (approx. time) Deputy Awilda McBryde confiscated the white trash bag from the AMSCOT dumpster.  Upon inspection of the contents inside the bag, CSI Bloise found some food items; small flies; maggots and a pizza box. NO PIZZA! [discovery doc p. 2287]

1:05 a.m. OCSO Detective took Casey’s initial statement [discovery doc pp. 28 & 31] and questioned her regarding her “missing” child, Caylee Marie Anthony.

2 a.m. Lee leaves Tony L’s apartment. He returns to the Anthony home by 2:30 a.m. with Casey’s belongings she had left at Tony L’s apartment. He states the packing of Casey’s clothes and stuff probably was not done by her because it was too neat!! The Laptop was blue screened.

Other items Lee collected were a very large leopard print duffle bag full of Casey’s clothes; a white backpack with kind of a pattern or symbol on it containing more clothes; a large purse and her bathroom toiletries. There was also a more slender black bag which contained some paperwork that Lee used to house the laptop. [discovery doc pp. 1442 1443]

Cindy dumped them on the garage floor because she said they smelled of cigarette smoke. She proceeded to go through all of the stuff including the pockets. Cindy found her JC Penney and other credit cards in Casey’s wallet. Cindy quickly (removed the cash approx. $160 in $20 bills) from Casey’s wallet and pocketed it.  There was a driver’s license and another white card which was behind the license, according to Lee. The 1st responding female police officer snatches the white card, which Lee describes as some sort of ID card, out of Cindy’s hand and left the room.

Cindy claimed the white backpack brought from Tony apt. was the same one George described [White Backpack with little Brown Monkeys] that Caylee had on 6/16/08. George said this was NOT the same backpack.

2:58 a.m. Sean D. received a call from Casey’s cell phone. The call appeared on Sean’s phone as a missed call because he was asleep.

5:00 a.m. Casey called Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Dale H., Sr’s home The phone rang twice. The caller ID showed Anthony, Casey ph #407-619-9286. The Hopkins did not answer the call and there was no voice-mail message. [discovery doc p. 1643]

  • 6:21:27 a.m. Someone in the Anthony home was using the HP Desktop computer searching for Zenaida on
  • 6:50 a.m. Tony L. texted Casey: where is Caylee. Casey replies: I don’t know r u serious?
  • 6:53 a.m. Tony L. texted: When did you find out?

7:27 a.m. Casey speaks with Tony on the phone after he questioned her about why she was texting responses to him. They talked for 2 hours and 2 minutes.

Another text message Casey sent to Tony L. read: If they never find her, guest who spends eternity in jail. According to Amy H., Tony L. read her this text message from Casey prior to her arrest.

Casey sent text message to Jesse G. Caylee is missing; she has been for 32 days. The second text said, her nanny took her.

Jesse G. checked Casey’s MySpace page and found that she had deleted over 200 pictures of herself and her with Caylee.

Casey also sent the same message Jesse G. received as a mass text to the following individuals: Mr. Crisp, Anthony R., Lauren G., Will W., Chris S., and Brittany S..

Brittany S. replied Casey replied, Her nanny someone I trusted took her. No calls until yesterday. a silver Ford Focus 4 door. Brittany saved the messages and submitted them to LE for evidence. OSCO retrieved text messages from the phone.

8:30 a.m. Cindy called Ryan P. Although he missed the call, Ryan P. did speak with Casey later in the morning.

Cindy overheard Casey on the phone in her bedroom talking to Tony L.

8:42 a.m. Casey sends a mass text message to several friends stating, “Caylee is missing. She has been for 32 days now. Please if you have any information call me on my cell or at home ***-***-****

9:30 a.m. Cindy said she heard Casey mention to Tony L. something about $14,000 and some kind of plan. She had been on the phone with him for about an hour, so Cindy told her to get off the phone and start getting the word out about Caylee missing. [Note: $14,000 in Shirley P’s MM account]

Brittany S. text reply to Casey. Casey texted response was, “her nanny someone I trusted took her. No calls until yesterday. A silver Ford Focus 4 door.”

Another text message Casey sent to Tony L. read: “If they never find her, guest who spends eternity in jail.” According to Amy H., Tony L. read her this text message from Casey prior to her arrest.

LE went to 2863 S. Conway RD, Apt 210 Sawgrass Apartments in Orlando, FL to interview Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez (ZFG). LE found information for a ZFG who did not live there, but had visited Sawgrass apartments on 6/17/08 to show interest in getting an apartment there. A LE detective contacted ZFG in Kissimmee by phone to request a meeting with her. Note: [The original LE transcript had 4/17/08 in the narrative statement as the date ZFG visited Sawgrass Apts. – this was corrected later.]

10:00 a.m. Ryan P. (Casey’s best friend since 5 y/o) returned her phone call. Cindy proceeded to tell him about Caylee missing; Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez, Jeffrey Michael Hopkins, etc. Ryan P. was certain Casey never mentioned the name Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez to him.

Corporal Yuri Melich called Sgt. John Allen and requested he have someone go to the Anthony home to pick up Casey and meet up with him at Universal Studios.

12:30 p.m. Sgt. John Allen and Deputy Appie Wells picked up Casey at the Anthony home and drove her to Universal Studios to investigate her story about being a current employee. Casey said she had an office at Universal Studios, which is where she told LE she left her other cell phone. [LIE]

Casey did not have a Universal employee ID, but the security guard let them proceed on the property at the request of LE. Casey led them to an administrative building supposedly going to her office.

After walking down the hall a ways, Casey finally turned to the officers and admitted she did not have an office there. The deputies told Casey they knew she had not worked at that location since 2006. They also let Casey know that EVERYTHING SHE HAD TOLD THEM HAS BEEN A LIE! Casey’s response was, not everything I told you

1:20 p.m. The OCSO deputies invited Casey into a conference room to conduct a tape-recorded interview with her. They advised Casey that the conference room door was not locked and that she could leave at anytime. The detectives gave Casey the opportunity to change her story from what she had written in her sworn statement yesterday. Casey’s position was one of, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it!

The detectives had worked through the night investigating Casey’s story of what happened regarding Caylee’s disappearance and during the interview process they shared these findings with her.

Casey claimed that Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez worked for Universal Studios as a P/T seasonal employee. [LIE] She was not found in Universal Studios records as current or former employee.

Detectives learned that Casey was fired for job abandonment on 4/24/2006. They also learned that the two alleged outcry witnesses/co-workers DID NOT work at Universal Studios.

Jeffrey Michael Hopkins not found as current or former employee by Universal or Colorvision. [LIE] There is no evidence to show this person exists not an outcry witness for Casey. [Note: This person is NOT THE SAME Jeffrey Dale Hopkins, Jr. who was terminated from Universal Studios – 5/13/2002.]

Juliet Lewis not found as current or former employee by Universal or Colorvision. [LIE] There is no evidence to show this person exists not an outcry witness for Casey.

Casey said her direct supervisors name was Tom Manley. [LIE] There was no record found of him ever working for Universal Studios. Casey gave detectives her work ph # 407-224-1000 X104. Invalid phone extension [LIE]

After completion of the interview, the Detectives escorted Casey to a patrol car in the Universal parking lot. Sgt. John Allen showed Casey all of the Zenaida Gonzalez in their DAVID computerized database who were within the same age range. She did not identify any of them as the Zenaida in question. When shown the photo of the Zenaida Gonzalez from Kissimmee, FL Casey did not recognize her either and said, “She’s too old.” [discovery doc p. 2285]

Investigators said Casey also directed deputies to a complex on 301 N. North Hillside Drive, Orlando, FL. [LIE] This address was a seniors only facility which happened to be located across the street from where Casey’s ex-boyfriend (Ricardo M.) lived.

After that, they went to The Crossings at Conway, where Casey said Zany’s mother (Gloria) and stepfather (Victor) lived between mid-2006 to early 2007. LE canvassed the neighborhood knocking on several doors (i.e., 4279, 4283 & 4273) in an attempt to find someone who knew Gloria Fernandez. [LIE] No one knew of her or ZFG.

Casey claimed she went to Valencia College for about 1½ yrs after graduating Colonial High School. She told Ricardo M. that she was pursuing a certificate in event planning. Her classes held on Thursdays. [LIE]

Deputies stopped by to talk to Ms. Macklin, community manager at Sawgrass Apartments. All the individuals that are referred to in this case we have no active lease in our apartment community, Ms. Macklin said.

Ms. Macklin also stated the apartment located at 2863 S. Conway RD, Apt 210 Sawgrass Apts. had been vacant for 142 days (since 2/29/08). Mr. Turner, Maintenance person opened apt. #210 to show LE that it was vacant.

The Investigators from the OCSO retained a copy of the Guest Card. They called the cell phone number noted on the form and spoke with a Zenaida G. who lives in Kissimmee, FL.

She was shown a picture of Casey and Caylee Anthony. Zenaida G. said she did not know Casey and Caylee Anthony and signed the pictures of them stating same.

4:33 p.m.  OCSO LE arrested Caseyand charged her with Neglect of Child (Felony); False Official Statements and Obstruction of Criminal Investigation. Throughout their investigations, the deputies who spoke with Casey noted her demeanor as unemotional and detached no signs of concern or remorse for her alleged missing child. VIDEO

[Note: Casey is wearing a Blue Hoody with the #82 on the front when she is arrested. Casey purchased this and several other items at Target on 7/10/08 caught on tape using Amy H.s checking account.]


K9 Gerus (cadaver dog) alerted on Casey’s car at the rear passenger side finder/trunk. Gerus alerted to the odor of human decomposition.

OCSO authorizes towing of 1998 WHT Pontiac SUNFIRE from the Anthony home. [discovery doc pp. 2286 & 2287]

7:40 p.m. Officer R. Wilson, OPD responded to 100 S. Hughey AV (OPH Economics Crimes Unit) in reference to a fraud. He met with the victim, Amy H. and took her sworn written statement regarding Casey Anthonys unauthorized use of her checking account while Amy H. during the week of 7/8/08 while she was on vacation in Puerto Rico.

7:46 p.m. (approx. time) Deputy Beasley impounded the 1998 WHT Pontiac SUNFIRE which was transported to the Forensic Bay by Johnsons Wrecker. Gerardo Bloise, CSI OCSO conducted an examination of Casey’s vehicle.

Cindy allegedly told Brittany S. that Casey was guilty of something… did not know exactly what, but she didn’t care if Casey was put behind bars for the rest of her life as long as she got Caylee back.

According to Brittany S., Cindy allegedly said, Casey had something to do for her job, which caused Casey to be in Jacksonville, FL for about a month.

11:16 p.m. From jail, Casey calls her family and talks with Cindy, Lee, and her friend, Kristina C. Casey was angry with her mother about Cindy’s TV interview (Casey referred to it as a “cameo appearance”). Casey demanded that Cindy  put Lee on the phone so she could get Tony L.’s phone number… he was the only one she wanted to speak with.  Casey expressed absolutely no concern for the whereabouts of her daughter, Caylee.

Cindy handed the phone to one of Casey’s close friends named Kristina C. with hopes that she would confide in her or to get some clues regarding finding Caylee. Kristina C. became emotional over the possibility of something bad happening to Caylee. She said, if anything has happened to Caylee, Ill die do you understand, Ill die if anything happened to that baby! Casey’s response was, oh well, OMG! Calling you guys is a waste a huge waste!

11:30 p.m. After her unsuccessful attempt to speak with Tony L. on the phone, Casey placed a collect call from the OC Correction Facility to Chris S. After hearing the announcement recording and Casey’s voice stating her name, Chris hangs up the phone. She called back about 3 to 4 minutes later, but Chris did not answer the call.

THU, July 17, 2008 Casey appears in court, during which time Judge John Jordan denies bond. He said Casey showed a woeful disregard for the welfare of her child. Officially charged with child neglect, lying to investigators and interfering with a criminal investigation.

OC Investigators decided to use search dogs, cadaver dogs and tools to look for clues in the Anthonys backyard. They worked for 5 hours up until midnight. Like everybody, I’m hopeful we find the child alive, but we want to be prudent and follow up every lead we get, said Sgt. John Allen of the OCSO.

Cadaver dog(s) alerted to these areas:

  • Playhouse (2)
  • Patch of ground between playhouse and covered sandbox (2)
  • Spot of ground at the corner of the screened porch (1)

3:35 p.m. Detective Appling Wells conducted an audio-taped interview of Brian B. while sitting in a vehicle parked in an H & B Trading company parking lot.

5:07 p.m. Detective Wells drives Brian B. to his home (next door to the Anthonys on Hopespring DR).  They completed the 2nd part of the audio-taped interview. The shovel was taken into possession by OCSO. Brian B. stated the shovel had not been used since Casey borrowed it.

OCSO Deputies search Casey’s car and bagged several items as evidence, including dirt, samples of hair deemed to be the same color and length as Caylee’s, and a carpet sample that investigators have called questionable.

Amy went to Tony L’s apartment to pick up her checkbook. Although she had closed out her bank account, Amy just wanted it back and to have a conversation with Tony. They talked for approx. 1 1/2 about how Casey had deceived them.

The Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) payment posted to Amy H.s bank account in the amount of $574.60.This payment was for AT&T Cellular service for Casey Anthony.

FRI, July 18, 2008 OC Investigators returned to the Anthony home around noon and worked for 5 hours with the cadaver dogs to search the Anthony yard with special interest on a new spot from the day before.

The EFT payment in the amount of $574.60 issued to AT&T for Casey’s cell phone bill was returned due to NSF. [discovery doc p. 934]

SAT, July 19, 2008 A tattoo appointment at Cast Iron Tattoo was booked on today’s date for Casey and a friend (un-named). She made the appointment during her last visit (7/15/08) .

9:53 p.m. 10:12 p.m. LE Interview session with Kiomarie C. The OSCO Detective was sitting in front of the Hidden Oaks Elementary School at 9051 Suburban Drive with Kiomarie C. in the car.