Report finds former Oklahoma detective mishandled evidence
March 7, 2018
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An internal investigation determined that a former police detective "grossly mishandled evidence" in the case of two Oklahoma brothers accused of fatally stabbing five of their relatives, according to Tulsa County's chief public defender.
Corbin Brewster discussed the internal affairs report during a Monday court hearing, saying it suggests former Broken Arrow Police Detective Gayla Adcock was overseeing the case when a computer hard drive with potentially significant evidence was lost. The report also indicates she violated legal requirements regarding the disclosure...
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