LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A Louisville man who is facing multiple charges after telling police he was an officer himself pleaded not guilty in …
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Mayor Greg Fischer said people “did not understand an investigation has to take place as part of the process" and explained why he couldn't just fire officers before a thorough investigation.
“Untruthfulness is a big deal,” Former LMPD interim chief Yvette Gentry told Louisville’s Police Merit Board. “There are certain policy violations you don’t get a second chance to come back from.”
The decision affects 7 of the 8 condemnation cases involving the pipeline plan; a separate lawsuit, against Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, is pending in Bullitt Circuit Court.
The allegations were first made during an unrelated investigation into claims of a drunken party at the LMPD homicide office.
The Spencer County Board of Education's former chairperson, Jeanie Stevens, also resigned from her seat on the panel following Monday's board meeting.
Thomas Clay, who represents Joshua Jaynes, said the appeal could take three days to a week.
Attorneys have raised flags about Detective Brian Bailey’s use of confidential informants, accusing him in court of relying on “boilerplate” affidavits and using false information.
The Louisville Police Merit Board will meet later this month, and then there will be a public hearing for former Detective Joshua Jaynes.
Detective Joshua Jaynes has not commented on the situation, but his attorney said the detective "feels betrayed."