by Ritchie County Investigation Team
The Investigation regarding the 2012 Burglary of the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room is complete: The Ritchie County Investigation Team has found beyond a shadow of a doubt that William Willis Estep II, “Billy” played Ritchie County Officials like a Fiddle and received a binding plea of probation on crimes he solely committed himself. Of course, Mr. Estep had help from Trooper Jason L. Brewer and Current Harrisville State Police Detachment Commander, C. E. Boring as both these Troopers wanted to try and include and prosecute two innocence men claiming a grand conspiracy was employed that was more then just a quick smash and grab job that Estep was known for in a multi county area.
According to information that was received from the State in the discovery process, Billy admitted to Ritchie County Authorities that he committed more than a dozen serious felony crimes throughout a multi county area.
Kim Jacobs, Billy’s mother-in-law was mad at Billy for kicking her out of his Wood County Apartment. Kim, in return rated on Billy for breaking into the Harrisville State Police Evidence Room and stealing drugs which went to support not only himself, but Brandy and Kim Jacobs drug addictions as well.
The Investigation also turned up hard evidence that Billy and the two Jacobs women had a little felony crime ring going on adjacent from Billy’s personal one man crime spree and their illegal activity left a paper trail to prove it. But, don’t worry… Billy already negotiated his plea deal which was approved by panic stricken Ritchie Officials as they were hurried with trying to cover up the wrongful arrest of Wine and Richards in the case.
But, hang on folks Billy’s plea agreement has no language stating that Billy cannot be prosecuted for criminal acts either currently known or unknown to the State of West Virginia.
Mr. Estep after being placed on Probation in this case was once again arrested for Domestic Assault, but of course Billy’s probation cannot be revoked as Billy could be sent to prison and the corrupt officials plan to cover up the wrongful arrest and misconduct is over. Of course their scheme backfired over three years ago when arresting the innocent. Ritchie County Officials have found out that William “Billy” Estep is a professional Fiddle Player not a dumb Hill-Billy as he portrayed.