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William Young Jr. threatened police with “serious physical harm” by lunging at an officer with metal skewer after he was approached in an abandoned home in 2017, a judge ruled last week.
Bowen’s argument is “impassioned” and a “compelling story” but unsupported by sound legal principles, the judge said in his ruling.
A judge has waived Robert Smothers’ $1 million cash bond and released him from Metro Corrections on his own recognizance after the prosecution acknowledged he was not involved in the crime.
Walker and his attorney, Rob Eggert, have repeatedly asked a judge to grant him immunity from being re-charged with attempted murder of a police officer for shooting at what he thought were robbers breaking into Taylor’s apartment during the early morning raid on March 13.
The footage sheds light on a Bowling Green case that left the beaten man, Timothy “Michael” Heston, in jail for 11 months because state police withheld the video, a new lawsuit alleges.
An autopsy of the man, who has not been identified, indicated the cause of death was not a homicide, according to the notice of dismissal.
WDRB News highlighted the law’s shortcomings last month, detailing Madden’s repeated examples of violent attacks and threats, including an alleged rape of an 8-year-old girl this summer. Prosecutors urged lawmakers to read the story during this month’s meeting of the interim judiciary committee.
In a motion filed this week asking a judge to dismiss the murder case for prosecutorial misconduct, James Mallory’s defense said there is "no possible explanation" for the prosecution to listen to the calls.
Behanan pleaded guilty to a possession of marijuana but it was immediately dismissed, after he showed proof he went to a marijuana education class.