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CrimeLMPD officers indicted in fraud scheme plead not guilty

19:06  20 may  2019
19:06  20 may  2019 Source:   wlky.com

Louisville police officers charged in private security 'scheme'

Louisville police officers charged in private security 'scheme' Six Louisville Metro Police officers were indicted Monday on theft charges for allegedly working private security jobs during patrol shifts.

Six LMPD officers indicted in a work fraud scheme pleaded not guilty in court on Monday. The officers were charged last week after a sweeping months long investigation. Prosecutors said these six officers were paid for private security jobs while still on the clock for their regular patrol shifts.That

6 Louisville police officers indicted on felony theft charges plead not guilty . Lucas Aulbach, Louisville Courier Journal Published 9:32 a.m. ET May The Jefferson commonwealth's attorney said at the time that officers took part in a "work fraud scheme " in which they worked paid private security

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Six LMPD officers indicted in a work fraud scheme pleaded not guilty in court on Monday.

The officers were charged last week after a sweeping months long investigation.

Prosecutors said these six officers were paid for private security jobs while still on the clock for their regular patrol shifts.

That security company was created by one of the officers who officials said tried to destroy evidence when it appeared he'd been exposed.

Michael Abernathy Jr., Dontae Booker, Cortez Ernest, Jackie Miller, Ashley Spratt and Roniqua Yocum are charged with theft and criminal syndication.

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>> PREVIOUS STORY: 6 LMPD officers indicted in fraud scheme . Officers Michael Abernathy Jr., Dontae Booker, Cortez Ernest, Ashley Spratt After pleading not guilty , the attorneys representing all six of the officers requested they stay out of jail on a recognizance bond provided they show up to all

LMPD officers indicted in fraud scheme plead not guilty . Officials said Officer Jackie Miller created a company and arranged the jobs for the officers . Col. Michael Sullivan said in a news release that an investigation into the scheme started several months ago. Now, Officers Michael Abernathy, Jr

Miller is also charged with tampering with evidence.

All officers have been re-assigned while the investigation continues.

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