A digital forensics team will be searching the phone of Natural Resources Board chairman Fred Prehn. Attorneys for Midwest Environmental Advocates say they have turned over the data they pulled from Prehn’s phone to be searched for records connected to his refusal to leave his seat on the board. His replacement was named by Governor Tony Evers but was never confirmed by the Wisconsin Senate. M-E-A says it has evidence that Prehn was discussing his plans with other people even before the replacement was named. Former governor Scott Walker reportedly urged Prehn to stay on the board to counter any appointments by Evers.