This is what I think happened. Jackie Blue got the phone from the SPD on the 20th. She was done with it on the 22nd, resealed the bag putting her initials and date over the seal, then her boss Lee made it official property of the FDLE on that same day instead of transferring it back to SPD. Then on the 26th Crosby of the FDLE went to get the rest of the items from SPD. I suppose Crosby could have put 1-6 then 8-10 but I think he just put 1-10 although 7 was not there.
I think the log more or less supports that (41/284
JDB signed out two sets on 3/20 at 9:23AM: DMS-13-16, 19, and DMS-7, both earmarked for FDLE.
Someone with atrocious handwriting signed out the two sets on 3/26, at 10AM, also for FDLE. Neither signature looks much like 'Crosby' to me, and they barely resemble each other, except in sloppiness.
In both cases it looks like the reason for two sets could be that they ran out of room to write.
I checked the March FDLE reports, and didn't find any report of evidence transferred on 3/20. I don't think that means anything, except that the reports aren't complete.
Minor mystery: If Crosby went to SPD to get the evidence, what was the role of CST [redacted]?
Smith went to Volusia County to get the autopsy evidence, so I thought schlepping the stuff around might be a regular part of her job.