Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Charles Cunningham ruled that the internet is 'rife with the ramblings of persons who spout ill-conceived conclusions if not out-right falsehoods.'
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In a citation filed on March 9, Josh Ali told the Lexington Police Department that he was tired and “falling asleep” when he ran into the vehicle in front of him. Ali left the scene of the wreck, according to the citation.
Kevin Crawford testified that Tae-Ahn Lea was slow to pull over, his hands were shaking, and he did not tell the officer he had a “weapon” — a baseball bat — in his vehicle
Bevin’s pardon ended up prompting a judge to dismiss a suit recently – because the pardon included no finding or evidence showing the person was innocent.
Former University of Louisville basketball assistant coach Dino Gaudio was sentenced to one year of probation and a $10,000 on an extortion conviction.
Former Officer Paul Paris claims he was the first person to blow the whistle in 2013 on sexual abuse of minors by officers in the department but has suffered "tremendous consequences" as a result.
The contracts approved by Mayor Greg Fischer and the River City FOP head must be ratified by police union members and the Metro Council.
A prosecutor said there was not enough evidence to prosecute Daniel Berezowitz
Cory Evans, who resigned in June, faces up to 48 months in prison and $1,962 in restitution if a federal judge accepts the plea.
An attorney said the former detective has not been able to find a job because of the pending criminal charges and “is having difficulty meeting his daily/monthly living expenses."