Former LSP supt. agrees through lawyer to turn over journals related to Ronald Greene’s death

Former LSP Supt. Kevin Reeves has agreed through his lawyer to turn over journals under seal related to the death of Ronald Greene.
Published: May. 26, 2022 at 12:05 PM CDT
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BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Former Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves has agreed through his lawyer to turn over the journals under seal that he previously refused to release related to the 2019 death of Ronald Greene.

Col. Kevin Reeves (Source: WAFB)
Col. Kevin Reeves (Source: WAFB)

A contempt resolution against Reeves was shelved after his attorney, Lewis Unglesby, agreed to turn over his journals under seal by Friday afternoon. The agreement was reached during a hearing before the House and Government Affairs Committee on Thursday, May 26.

A special committee of lawmakers tasked with investigating Greene’s death while he was in the custody of LSP found Reeves in contempt after refused to turn over journals he wrote during the early stages of the investigation into Greene’s death.

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