CBS 58 obtains internal investigation into Kenosha Officer who planted evidence
CBS 58 obtained records on the Kenosha Police Officer who admitted to planting evidence. In the internal investigation the Officer Baars says he couldn't remember, but thought he planted a bullet casing and an ID.
The attorney in the case requested to be release. Attorney Terry Rose is considering taking back his client's plea deal.
Markese Tibbs was one of three people suspected in this case, of a robbery turned to homicide. Attorney Rose says his client, entered his plea deal before knowing the officer planted evidence.
But the family of victim, Anthony Edwards, say they're the ones who are truly suffering from the officer's mistake.
The case is expected to go back to court in late April, during that time the attorney will be reconsidering his plea deal.