The plane registered to one of Casey Anthonys former attorneys is back in San Diego County. According to flightaware.com, Todd Macalusos plane landed at the Palomar Airport in the early Wednesday morning.
The search for where Casey Anthony is hiding sent network TV crews to Palomar Airport in Carlsbad on Tuesday, but the trail went cold after the plane registered to one of Anthony's attorneys landed back in Orlando.
Anthony was acquitted in the death of her 2-year old daughter.
WFTV in Florida had exclusive video on Tuesday that shows a woman running from the plane into a nearby terminal. The woman shielded her face and wore clothing similar to what Anthony wore when she was released from jail early Sunday.
At first it was believed to be Anthony, but her attorney, Jose Baez, sent this text message to a reporter: "That is not Casey
[Todd] Macaluso is having fun with you and I had no knowledge of that."
A WFTV reporter caught up with Macaluso, shortly after he ran inside the airport with the woman rumored to be Anthony.
He refused to answer any questions and told the reporter he should not be in the airport.
Macaluso is the San Diego attorney who helped Anthony's defense. His private plane was seen taking off from Orlando's Executive Airport a little more than an hour after Anthony's release from jail. Although she was not seen boarding the aircraft, many people suspected Macaluso was helping her make a clean getaway.
In the three days since Anthony's release, Macaluso's plane has had an interesting itinerary. After it left Orlando, it zigzagged across the country through Panama City, Houston, and Prescott, Ariz., where it landed before heading to San Francisco and John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif. and back again to Orlando on Tuesday.
Last week, Macaluso denied that he was helping Anthony get away. He told 10News reporter Allison Ash that he was going fishing, and on Monday e-mailed a picture of his catch to prove it.
Travelers at Palomar Airport, where Macaluso's plane is usually kept, were abuzz about the possibility that Anthony could be in Southern California.
"I'm sure she is here," said Taylor Neil, who was boarding a flight to Hawaii with her family. Paul Pena said following Anthony's every move is like watching a soap opera and doubted he would recognize her if he saw her on the streets.
"I'll be frank. I don't really care," said John Forneau, who seemed amused by the media's presence.
Macaluso did not respond to numerous calls and e-mails from 10News, but when asked whether he was home yet, a woman who answered the intercom at his home on Tuesday said, "He never left" and that he was unavailable.
Macaluso did not return phone calls Wednesday and his voicemail is full.
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