12.21.68 "He states he saw two cars parked near the entrance to the pumping station. He stated the car parked nearest was a 1955 or 1956 station wagon, boxy type, neutral in color. The other was parked to the right and abreast of the station wagon. The cars were about ten feet apart. He stated he could not give a description of the make or color of the other car".
 12.24.68 "He definitely saw two cars, a station wagon and another vehicle, parked approximately three or four feet to the right of the station wagon. He did not see anyone in the cars or around them. He stated as he traveled approximately one quarter of a mile beyond, he thought he heard a shot".
On page 6 of the police report it states the time window of Stella Borges (Medeiros) and James Owen in the top left corner, indicating the possible time of the attack at 11:14 pm to 11:20 pm. It names Stella Medeiros as the person who discovered the crime, the location of the crime, the likely firearm used (JC Higgins auto/pistol), but most importantly in the section labeled 'Vehicle used by suspect(s)' it states "Unknown. Witness observed dark car, lacking in chrome, not large and not compact." Unknown; referring to the make, yet the witness described the suspect vehicle as dark. The only eyewitness that saw two vehicles in the turnout that night was James Owen, so it couldn't be anybody else between 11:14 pm and 11:20 pm other than Stella Medeiros, and she clearly stated on page 20 of the police report "She saw only one car at the scene. It looked like a Rambler, grayish in color, it had a chrome rack on the top." Therefore, James Owen was the witness to the description of the assailant's vehicle on page 6.
So, let us review the details of the night. A white Chevrolet Impala is sitting idle, free of occupants in the Lake Herman Road turnout in the minutes around 10:00 pm, observed by Robert Connelly, Frank Gasser and Bingo Wesner on a cold night in December, where the temperatures dipped to a low of 22 degrees Fahrenheit. William Crow was chased by a vehicle along Lake Herman Road, which he would later recall as a light-colored Chevrolet with possibly two Caucasian males. Both these eyewitness testimonies 75-80 minutes precedent to a double homicide. A vehicle, 'dark in color', observed by James Owen in the turnout moments before the murder of David Faraday and Betty Lou Jensen. A vehicle heading towards Vallejo and observed by James Owen by the Borges Ranch, shortly before he reached the turnout devoid of "anyone in the cars or around them". Who said Lake Herman Road was a quiet country road with little traffic. If we assume the 'dark car' contained the murderer(s), then what role, if any, is played by the white Chevrolet Impala - or was this vehicle immaterial to the eventual double murder of David Faraday and Betty Lou Jensen. On the other hand, if the Chevrolet Impala and 'dark car' are connected, then we have a whole different ball game.