(WAVE NEWS) — On Monday, an assistant attorney with the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office will try to convince a judge that LMPD Chief Steve Conrad should not answer any questions regarding a child sex abuse scandal rocking the department.
Louisville police Chief Steve Conrad will go before Metro Council on Wednesday afternoon for the first time since members voted no confidence in his job performance.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) –A former Louisville Metro Police detective has pleaded guilty to stealing over $74,000 from UPS shipments. According to court documents, Kyle Willett pleaded guilty to a charge of Theft from Interstate Shipment during a hearing in U.S. District Court in Louisville Wednesday afternoon.
Bradshaw also charges in her suit, filed in Jefferson Circuit Court, that County Attorney Mike O'Connell pressured some of his assistants to donate to his election campaign "or fear his wrath."
an inquiry commission ruled on May 8 that O’Connell violated rules barring attorneys from contacting judges without the other side present.
CONNIE MARSHALL, Plaintiff, v. MIKE O'CONNELL, COUNTY ATTORNEY, COMMONWEALTH OF KY, LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE DEPT, STEVE CONRAD, POLICE CHIEF BRANDON HOGAN, LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE OFFICER, EDWARD WAGNER, LOUISVILLE METRO POLICE OFFICER, POLICE OFFICER UNKNOWN (UNIT 235D and POLICE OFFICER UNKNOWN (UNIT 235F, Defendants.
“It’s not like we have empty seats in the Yum! Center and we just start shoveling people in there,” said O’Connell, whose own son died of a heroin overdose three years ago.