Detroit Cop Gets Probation For Helping 2 Women Seek Revenge Against Cheating Lover

July 06, 2024, 8:16 AM by  Allan Lengel

Officer Dayna Sears

Love -- or maybe just sex -- can be complicated.

Colleen Compton, 31, of Warren, and Brianna Cabano, 30, of Auburn Hills, allegedly wanted revenge after learning that Detroit Police officer Otis Funches Jr. cheated on both of them, according a report by Jameson Cook in the Oakland Press. Cabano was also a Detroit cop.

Specifically, authorities alleged that Funches resumed sexual relations with Cabano, his ex-girlfriend, while living with Compton at his home.

So, on April 11, 2023, authorities say Detroit Police Officer Dayna Sears, 23, of Southfield agreed to drive the two women in a pickup truck to Funches' Roseville home, where the two jilted lovers destroyed and stole $20,000 worth of property, the Oakland Press reports. The stolen property was placed in a dumpster.  

Officer Brianna Cabano

According to the publication, Law & Crime, officer Cabano reportedly told Compton that they could use Sears’ truck to transport stolen property from Fuches’s home. They also recruited Sears so no one in the neighborhood would recognize their cars. 

This past week, Sears was sentenced in Macomb County Circuit Court to two years probation. Under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, Sears' conviction is wiped clean unless she violates her probation. She was suspended from the department due to the criminal case.

According to Law & Crime:

Funchess had previously provided sworn testimony stating that when he arrived home on April 11, the furniture in his living room was covered in a red juice, his laptop and hard drive had been soaked in bleach, the screen of his $800 television had been broken, and his bedroom mattress was covered in a red substance, the Macomb Daily reported. He was also allegedly missing about $6,200 in camera equipment and more than $1,000 in clothing.

The two jilted lovers face charges of second-degree home invasion, conspiracy, malicious destruction of property between $1,000 and $20,000 and larceny in a building.

Read more:  Oakland Press

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