An FBI agent was shot Friday while making an arrest of two Kentucky constables indicted by a federal grand jury. One of the constables was also shot. Both are reportedly in stable condition.
The constables conspired to violate the civil rights of people through bogus searches and by taking their property without proper cause, a federal grand jury charged.
The grand jury indicted Michael “Wally” Wallace and Gary E. Baldock, constables in Pulaski County, on Feb. 27 on one charge alleging civil rights violations, Kentucky.com reports.
The charge was sealed until after FBI agents arrested the two early Friday.
Baldock allegedly shot the agent, and agents fired back and wounded Baldock.