Questioning Frank Struthers' statement. From the first LaBianca homicide report: On August 10, 1969, at approximately 2030 hours, Frank Struthers, Jr. was driven home from Lake Isabella by the Saffie family and dropped off in front of 3301 Waverly Drive, his home. He noticed that the family car, a 1968 Thunderbird, was parked on the street directly west of the house, and that the speed boat was still attached to the car. He felt this was irregular because his stepfather, Leno LaBianca, never left the car and speedboat out on the street overnight. As Frank walked up the driveway and past the kitchen windows, he noticed that the window shades were drawn, which was very unusual and he had never seen this done before. He noticed a light on in the kitchen and from habit went to the rear door leading to the kitchen and it was locked. He knocked on the door, but there was no response. He noticed his mother's 1955 Thunderbird parked by the garage and the water skis from the boat were lying on top of the fender. This indicated to him that his parents arrived home late Saturday night and had taken the skis out of the boat to lessen the risk of theft. They normally would put the boat away the following morning and this had not been done. Frank then went to the northwest side of the house and found the louvered windows open. He called for his mother and stepfather loudly through the window, but still received no response. He became alarmed and frightened --Okay, first he says they wouldnt leave the boat in the street, but then at the end says they would put it away the next morning. Which is it? Also, if the front door was open, why is he yelling thru the windows to find his parents??