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Time: 7:25:59 PM
The woman you are trying to think of is Kathleen Bell. The incident at the Marine Recruiting Office in Redondo Beach was in 1986. Bell recognized his car later that year at Hennessey's tavern in Redondo Beach (about twenty minutes SOUTH of Bundy on the San Diego Freeway) when she went there with her friend Andrea Terry.
The significance of the Scout is that it more closely resembles the vehicle Heidstra saw going SOUTH on Bundy than O.J.'s Bronco. Heidstra did detail work for O.J.'s next door neighbors the Salingers. He had seen O.J. Bronco. He knew what it looked like. He drove a Chevy Blazer.
Heidstra first said that the vehicle he saw was white. He quickly backtracked and said that it was "light - could have been white…a light color." Darden tried to make him say it was a white Bronco. He wouldn't do it. He said that it was a light-colored vehicle "something like a Jeep or a Blazer." The Jeep, the Blazer, the Bronco and the 1980 Scout that Fuhrman drove that night all look very much alike. What makes Heidstra's very GENERAL description of the Southbound vehicle he saw significant is the fact that he had a had time saying what it was - the same problem most people would have with a 1980 Scout. --Jasper