As part of the continuing investigation into former guardian Jeffrey Schend's financial records, local police received assistance from Arizona officers.
A search warrant returned to the Outagamie County Clerk of Courts this month showed police in Mesa, Ariz., searched a storage unit rented by Schend and returned several items to Appleton investigators.
During a May indigency hearing, Schend said the storage unit he rented in Arizona contained clothing.
Items sent to Appleton included a computer, an iPad tablet and six compact discs, a search warrant return stated.
In amended returns, an officer also listed a set of bank records from 2005 to 2007, along with bank statements, deposits and checks for two unnamed individuals.
A receipt indicated Schend rented the unit on May 5. He was arrested in Appleton six days later.
Full Article and Source:
Arizona Police Assist in Schend Investigation