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vVednesday, June 25, 19~75

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Daily Classifieds

Wednesday, June 25, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

I

Sheriff's deputies defended

(Continued from Page 10)
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(Continued from Page 3)
However, Tommelein stated
yesterday that he and Evans
had written answers to 68 ques-
tions from the Sheriff Depart-
ment, but refused verbal re-
ports "after the FBI (which is
also conducting an investiga-
tion into the incident) and our
attorney advised us to do-so be-
cause of the civil suit."
Harris has complained that
Evans and Tommelein refused
to give a verbal report of the
incident.
However, Tommelein yester-
day refused to discuss details of
the incident. "I don't want to
jeopardize my'attorney's case,"
he contended.
ZAKRZEWSKI claimed the
two fired deputies are innocent
of misconduct. "They had no
reason to do any of the stuff
charged," he said. "They re-
ceived full cooperation from the
band.
"I'm not trying to put whip-
ped cream on a bad cake,"'
Zakrzewski explained. "T h e
band didn't give them. (Evans

and Tommelein) any jive con-
duct, and these guys just
wouldn't have acted that way
(referring to the alleged bru-
tality). I know these guys"
However, Harris has pointed
out that his agency had received
"some citizen complaints (on
Tommelein) for similar activi-
ties in the past, which the de-
partment investigated but could
not prove."
BUT Tommelein contended,
"I have never even had a writ-
ten reprimand of any complaint.
This (the Blue Magic charges)
is the first time I've received
anything like that."
Zakrzewski said that the sher-
iff department is supposed to
inform its officers of a citizen's
complaint when an investigation
is conducted.
Tommelein was surprised at
his firing but believes some-
one in the department may be
persecuting him for his relation-
ship to former Sheriff Doug
Harvey. "There may be politi-
cal pressure from somebody."
L 0 C A L political observers

have emphasized a major rift
between Postill and Harvey.
Zakrzewski contended that
Tommelein was questioned by
superior officers a year ago
about frequenting a bar owned
by Harvey, and then advised
not to patronize the bar.
But Harris yesterday declared,
"That's a flat-out lie," and em-
phasized the bars an officer
goes to while off duty is never
questioned.
HOWEVER, Tommelein reaf-
firmed Zakrzewski's claim. "I
was called into one of the offices
down at the department and
questioned about going to the
bar during my vacation."
The Teamsters Union last
week filed a grievance with the
sheriff for the firing of Tom-
melein and Evans. Postill has
agreed to go into arbitration
after he and the union agree on
a state arbitrator.
On March 27, 1794, George
Washington signed the act
creating the United States
Navy.

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