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Man Accused of Shooting Louisville Officers During Protest Indicted

Larynzo D. Johnson faces two counts of first-degree assault and 33 counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, a news release from Jefferson Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine's office said.

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Louisville Officer Files Lawsuit Against Breonna Taylor's Boyfriend

An officer with the Louisville Metro Police Department has filed a lawsuit against the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot by police in March as they conducted a search warrant.

Sgt. Mattingly: If We Hadn't Knocked Breonna Taylor Would be Alive

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said he banged on the door repeatedly while yelling "police." And that once his commanding officer gave the order to breach the door, he and the other officers yelled "police," as they rammed open the door.

Louisville SWAT Team Criticized Breonna Taylor Raid During Internal Interview

Lt. Dale Massey and other members of LMPD's SWAT team told the Profession Integrity Unit in interviews after Taylor’s death the three officers involved violated a basic rule of policing — identifying your target and what's in the background before you shoot.

Louisville Officer Shot During Breonna Taylor Warrant Service Breaks Silence

"There was so much disinformation out. This is not relatable to George Floyd. This is nothing like it. This is not Ahmaud Arbery. It’s nothing like it," Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said.

Experts Say Ballistics Confirm Louisville Sergeant was Shot by Breonna Taylor's Boyfriend, Not Fellow Officer

The ballistics report, part of the investigative file released Wednesday by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, shows that only one 9 mm bullet and cartridge casing was found at Taylor's apartment.

Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recordings Released

"We knocked on the door, said 'police,' waited I don’t know 10 or 15 seconds. Knocked again, said 'police,' waited even longer,” Louisville police Lt. Shawn Hoover said in an interview recorded March 13, the same date Taylor was shot, and later played for the grand jury.

Kentucky Officer Shot During Protests Returns to Duty

An officer with the Louisville Police Department who was shot during riots following the grand jury ruling in the death of Breonna Taylor last week has returned to duty.

KY Lawmaker Wants to Change Legal Definition of "Rioting" After Colleague Charged with Rioting

Kentucky law currently states that participating in a riot where someone damages property is enough to face first-degree felony charges.

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Louisville Man Asked for $30K to Kill Officers on Live Video

A criminal complaint said Cortez Lamont Edwards had started a livestream on Facebook September 23, holding in his possession an AR variant pistol firearm. The video allegedly shows Edwards requesting to be paid $30,000 to “shoot Louisville Metro Police Department officers on scene"