June 18, 2019, 11:10:31
Sheriff’s Department Internal Affairs
Dear Internal Affairs,
Last year in August I went to see David Johnson at the Sheriff’s department. I notified David Kilcrease also I wanted to come in and asked them to please tape record me.
It is important to note here that David Johnson taped me that day.
By the time I went to the S.O I already knew that Montea Stewart, Richard Mills, Jay Justice, and Julissa West had also been to the Sheriff’s department about the phone calls and threats they were receiving and the bribe that Richard Mills received by phone and subsequent information pertaining to Abel Reyna and clear bribery not to mention campaign finance report violations by Reyna and also the Sheriff.
I complained because Sherre Johnston, the woman who, if nothing else did the 911 call the day the Sheriff’s brother died, and got several DWI’s etc. had threatened me in writing.
A text containing a tombstone with my name on it, probably/possibly from Felipe Reyna was also a threat, and I had a written threat from Johnny Ash saying something about “Hurting” one of my family members.
I them gave David Johnson a cold case from Ft. Worth.
Report No: 80064819
Victim: Gloria “Lillie” Hefele, 40 years old
Location: 3900 Samson Park
I know that David Johnson actually worked the case because I was contacted by a person Johnson had interviewed and became very excited that indeed my friend’s murder would be solved.
Nothing has been done on the threats to me.
It seems to me that David Johnson, who was not only excited about the murder, AND actively worked on it, was taken off the case by our own Sheriff because the main suspect in the case is one “Johnny Ash”.
I believe it is the same “Ash” that is listed on a recent invitation by our Sheriff as a “host.”
I am hereby asking and demanding a full investigation of this matter and will remind you that under Texas Law, you are bound by , to turn this matter over to the District Attorney’s Office and/or the Attorney General’s immediately.
We have timelines, evidence, and people willing and wanting to talk to law enforcement, however, they like me believe that law enforcement needs an investigation.
1520A Murifield Bend Rd.