QUINCY (WGEM) -- Adams County State's Attorney Gary Farha said we could see charges in this case as soon as next week depending on the evidence presented to him.
Farha said his office has reviewed the bodycam footage from three officers the night of the incident, as well as security camera footage from inside the barn.
He said they're waiting to see more footage.
Farha said his office is working with police as they continue to gather information and seek more witnesses.
"There's certainly possible charges. I'm going to decline to name what they are," said Farha.
"But there's a multitude of things that could be charged, depending upon what the witnesses say. We're still at a point where we are very hopeful that anybody that was a witness and hasn't previously identified themselves to come forward."
Farha said Evans and her attorney spoke with Quincy police Thursday afternoon.
"I don't know the level of cooperation that we're getting or not getting, but there will be a report generated from that," said Farha.
Farha said they continue to ask any witnesses or anyone with video to come forward.
He reminds underage witnesses that they are not looking to prosecute them because of their age.
While he wouldn't establish a specific timeline, he said they plan to have all the information they need some time next week.
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