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Sam Aguiar says LMPD confirmed to him via email the existence of at least 18 additional body camera videos from officers involved in the execution of search warrants related to the narcotics investigation that led police to Taylor's door.
Detective Joshua Jaynes has not commented on the situation, but his attorney said the detective "feels betrayed."
Louisville Metro Police said officers found Adrian Walker shot around 12:30 p.m. Thursday near Magazine and S. 23rd streets.
Taylor's ex-boyfriend rented a home on Elliott Avenue and became the target of a drug investigation in late 2019.
Tamika Palmer and two attorneys want the Kentucky Prosecutors Advisory Council to 'evaluate the unwillingness and refusal' of Attorney General Daniel Cameron to present possible charges against Louisville police officers in Taylor’s March 13 shooting to a grand jury.
Afterward, the committee still had questions about why the city focused on revitalizing Elliott Avenue with a targeted effort.
Joshua Jaynes, the detective who sought the search warrant for Breonna Taylor's home, says there was enough evidence to issue the warrant despite questions about its legitimacy.
A "summary of events" written by a Public Integrity Unit investigator was among the records in the Taylor shooting released Wednesday.
The Louisville police department's Public Integrity Unit concluded in a report released Wednesday that the detective who applied for the search warrant 'should be reviewed for criminal actions.'
The newly released evidence also raises questions about how Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office presented the case to jurors.