The Call Report usually has more information than the 10Q. For example, it shows the amounts of brokered deposits and the amount of 30-90 day overdue loans. This information is rarely disclosed in the Qs.
You're right that the 10Q and call report don't always agree.
If you're claiming that the 10Q has more reliable information, I disagee. The SEC is a worthless regulator that proposes a meaningless fine if you lie on your 10Q.
The FDIC can put you out of business if you lie to them.
Or ... Strange delay and rising price action could mean they are attempting to strike a merger deal. Keep merging and hiding problems ... why didn't they think of that before? Oh wait ... they've already done it before.