Kent Wycliffe Easter, 38, and Jill Bjorkholm Easter, 39, two attorneys who are married, have been accused of planting prescription pills, marijuana, and a marijuana pipe in a car belonging to a parent-volunteer at their son’s school.
They pled not guilty and are scheduled to return to court on October 12th for a pretrial hearing and then on November 9th for a preliminary hearing.
Kent Easter has been a member of the State Bar since 1998, and his status is listed as “active.” His wife’s status, on the other hand, is listed as “inactive” on the State Bar of California’s website.
The Easters are charged with conspiring to put Vicodin, Percocet, marijuana, and a pipe behind the driver’s seat of the parent’s vehicle due to being angry at the woman on how she was supervising their son at school.
Kent Easter then allegedly called Irvine police, gave a fake name and phone number and said he was a concerned parent who saw the woman’s car being driven erratically at the elementary school.
Irvine police stopped the woman, who agreed to let police search her car and home. Officers started to doubt the drugs belonged to the woman, and the investigation led to the Easters.
They will face some serious charges and face potential imprisonment.
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