Someone claiming (and verified on websleuth's) to be Shondra's brother, Tim, believes that she knew her killer or killers, that they knew where she lived, and that it was a cold, calculated murder.
It would not have necessarily had to be a police officer, it could have been anyone with a red light or a blue light, and someone that age would likely pull over.
Suspect Number Two
B**** T***** could be a suspect according to G. E. , a Railroad worker.
"B**** T***** worked for MDOT , drove a van, and was all over the place. We would be working, and he would show up out of no where, walking down the tracks."
"He was short, heavy set, pigeon toed, knocked kneed, and weird as a drunk duck. He probably never had a date in his life," says E.
"My father thinks the police checked him out, and said he was strange, but probably harmless."
"The thing is,the killer is thought to have been familiar with the Baker Creek area, and B**** lived with his mother in Bolton, and was fascinated with the railroad. The railroad tracks go over East and West Baker Creek, where Shondra's body was found, and West of Bolton before you get to Edwards."
"I really just think he is someone they need to take a closer look at."
William Kenneth McLain, is not only a suspect in Shondra's case, but several others as well. Two murders in Alabama and one in Mississippi.