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Brandenburg, Ky. (WDRB) A Kentucky State Police investigation involving officers and accusations of an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old girl is now having an effect on the court system.
Everyday WDRB is uncovering new information on this case. Now we're learning what kind of trouble this is causing for the Meade County court system.
Meade County Attorney Jessica Brown Roberts tells WDRB News that Wednesday four cases those officers worked on were dismissed in court.
She thinks 15 to 20 cases may be dismissed in all because the officers are not available to appear in court.
As WDRB News reported on Monday, a father says his 15-year-old daughter is the victim of a deputy from Breckinridge County, two Kentucky State Police troopers from Elizabethtown Post 4, and a Brandenburg Police Officer.
He says they had inappropriate relationships with his 15-year-old daughter over a period of time.
Breckinridge County sheriff's deputy Chris Woosley has resigned, but his department will not say why. The Brandenburg police officer is on paid administrative leave. Brandenburg Mayor David Pace says his officer is innocent until proven guilty.