Trial begins for LMPD officer accused of assaulting man after crash
The trial starts today for an LMPD officer accused of kicking and cursing at a man last year.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The trial starts today for an LMPD officer accused of kicking and cursing at a man last year.
Officer Zechariah Aubrey is charged with terroristic threatening, harassment and official misconduct. Aubrey and Justin Cook were involved in a car crash in June of last year.
Aubrey was off duty at the time and in his personal vehicle.
The criminal summons says Aubrey pulled Cook from his vehicle, waved a gun at him, then threatened Cook and kicked him. Cook was charged with driving under the influence.
Aubrey has been on administrative reassignment since the incident.
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