The controversy is growing regarding State Police Trooper Jason L. Brewer’s criminal act of committing perjury in giving false testimony to a Ritchie County Grand Jury. Trooper Brewer’s false testimony secured an indictment against suspended Ritchie County High School teacher, David Peter Weekley, 43, of Pennsboro. Judge Timothy L. Sweeney dismiss the indictment on November 25, 2014 in light of Trooper Jason L. Brewer’s alleged perjury in the case.
Citizens are in an uproar as State Police claim they are not investigating the accusations of Trooper misconduct, and Prosecutor Steven A. Jones has stated that he does not plan to prosecute Trooper Brewer for the perjury.
Many people have provided private comment on the RitchieRailRoad that Steven A. Jones has a duty to request the WV Prosecuting Attorneys Institute to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Trooper Brewer’s misconduct to determine if charges should be filed against the Trooper.
Johnny Richards has reported to us that Trooper Brewer also committed perjury in Senior Status Judge Larry V. Starcher’s Court back in March 2013 regarding matters of the Harrisville State Police Burglary Case. Transcripts are being secured from Judge Starcher’s Personal Court Reporter and this writer believes that once the perjury information is presented to Judge Starcher showing that Trooper Brewer lied in his Court, Judge Starcher will take swift action to see Trooper Brewer is arrested and charged accordingly.
The Ritchie County Investigation Team has also secured information of Trooper Brewer allegedly committing perjury in yet another case in the Ritchie County Circuit Court. All perjury information and evidence regarding Trooper Brewer is being prepared for submission to proper authorities.
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