The situation of the Asheville Police Department evidence room has improved, with a new manager and better systems, Chief William Anderson told media today. He also says he's better informed about what led to missing evidence, and who was responsible, but refused again to reveal further details. Photo by Max Cooper.
Speaking with media this morning, Asheville Police Department Chief William Anderson wouldn't answer questions about the extent of missing, guns, drugs, and money from the APD evidence room, or when the public will see the unrevealed audit. The APD is looking for a new, civilian evidence room manager, something Anderson believes will hasten "the healing process." Photo by Max Cooper.
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