Fred F. Drenkhan, Jay H. Hubach, Clifford C. Foster, Dr. F.M. Bennett, Dr. Jack Turowsky, William B. Selnick, Richard A. Lease, Dr. Lester Hoversten
Report details interviews with several acquaintences of Dr. Lester Hoversten. Dr. Clifford Foster stated that Hoversten lacked confidence and was two-faced. He also stated that at one time Hoversten was hostile toward the Sheppard Clinic. Dr. F.M. Bennett stated that Hoversten thought a great deal of Marilyn Sheppard but that the feelings were not reciprocated. Dr. Jack Turowsky stated that Hoversten was always causing trouble and that he once stated that he would be a better match for Marilyn than Sam. Dr. Selnick stated that Hoversten was always causing trouble. Richard Lease stated that Hoversten felt he was treated like a doormat by the Sheppard family.
Hubach, Sergeant Jay and Drenkhan, Patrolman Fred, "Supplementary Offense Report, July 29, 1954, Bay Village Police Department" (1954). 1954 Police Reports. 14.