Since our previous post about a search warrant conducted by Chandler police to obtain a handwriting sample from Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, the county supervisor's spokesman sent New Times a statement from Brock, in which he denies he ever helped his wife conspire to have sex with a teenage boy.
"I am surprised by these new requests and questions. It is not conceivable that any decent human being could somehow conspire or condone such acts, if they knew them to be occurring. I most certainly did not," Brock says in the statement. "My family has been torn apart. Another family has been terribly harmed. My wife lied to me. She is sick and will be sentenced this week. I am in the final stages of divorce. I have cooperated with law enforcement and will of course continue to do so. In turn, I hope they will conduct themselves with the utmost professionalism."
Brock may think his former flame is "sick," but that hasn't stopped him from having "courtesy visits" with her in one of his pal Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jails.
A month ago, Brock was warned by jail staff that he could no longer bring his estranged wife food as she sits in Arpaio's gulag awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to sex-related crimes with a teenage boy. In one such visit, Brock reportedly kissed his wife goodbye, which prompted a complaint from another inmate.
See New Times' story on the bizarre sexcipades of Susan Brock -- and her daughter Rachel -- here.
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Susan Brock is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday. She faces a presumptive sentence of 10 years in prison.