Maricopa County Craziness

Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock's Handwriting Sample Obtained Through Chandler Police Search Warrant. Related to Daughter's Teen Sex Case, Cops Say

Once again, just when we though the uber-bizarre sex scandal involving both the wife and daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock and a teenage boy couldn't possibly get any more bizarre, it did.

The Chandler Police Department confirms to New Times that it has conducted a search warrant to obtain a handwriting sample from the county supervisor. 

Chandler Detective Frank Mendoza tells New Times the details of the search have been sealed by the court, and no further information would be available.

However, he did say the warrant is in connection with the case against Brock's daughter, Rachel, who was rearrested last week and charged with seven counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one of furnishing obscene materials to a minor -- all non-bondable offenses.

As you're probably aware, the child Brock is accused of abusing is the same teen her mother, Susan Brock, was convicted of molesting. Get all the dirty details here.

Fulton Brock's involvement in the scandal is unclear. What is clear is that he at least knew the victim's parents suspected his wife was having a sexual relationship with their son about a year before she was arrested.

Brock, his wife, and the parents of the boy met with Mormon Church officials to discuss the parents' suspicions that Susan Brock was having sex with their son. Despite their suspicions, the victim's parents didn't call police until a year later when the boy's girlfriend discovered the affair between the boy and Brock.

Brock's PR flack, Jason Rose, did not immediately respond to New Times request for comment.

Check back for updates.

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