The Protection of Michael D. Evans #4
On June 19th, 2010, Sun Prairie Police confiscated at Evans’ residence an SUV that Evans claimed was his own. The problem was the vehicle had been stolen from Monroe, WI. Evans, for reasons yet to be explained, has never been charged.
On October 22nd, 2010, police searched Evans’ Sun Prairie residence. This search of Evans’ home yielded numerous items taken in burglaries and thefts that occurred in the Madison and Sun Prairie areas. Evans had no explanation for possessing the items and even admitted point-blank to police to committing at least one of the burglaries. However, as of this date Evans has not been charged in regard to any of this. No explanation to why has ever been provided.
Later pieces will discuss the police practice of using police reports for the purpose of discrediting. An example of this can be seen in Attachment #56. Detective Sharpe was in a difficult spot. He falsely testified that he had confirmed Evans’ alibi for July 12, 2010 (i.e. being at the Prairie Phoenix Academy between 10:30 and 11:45 a.m.). And now, pursuant to a court order, he had to provide the information/ evidence behind his testimony. Unable to do so, what does Det. Sharpe do? He uses his police report to label Atty. Sommers a ‘conspiracy theorist.’ Unfortunately, his tactic is oh so typical of what Dane County police officers do, especially when their misconduct has been substantiated.
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