LMPD: Man upset about getting woken up strangles woman
Robert L. Scales was arrested Tuesday on Dixie Highway after a victim told police he was "very upset about being woken up" and started strangling her.
LMPD : Man upset about getting woken up strangles woman. Robert L. Scales was arrested Tuesday on Dixie Highway after a victim told police he was "very upset about being woken up" and started strangling her.
Louisville Metro Police are investigating multiple shootings that occurred overnight, including one fatal shooting . Police responded to a report of multiple people shot at Dixie Highway and Ormsby Avenue around 1 :30 Police said they believe the victim was shot in the 1500 block of Bellamy Place.
Louisville Metro police investigated at least three separate shootings overnight with five victims. Police said one of those victims has died.
Officers responded to a shooting on Brashear Drive in Park Hill at 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.
When officers arrived, they found a man who had been shot. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators said a large crowd gathered after the shooting.
Authorities are also reviewing security footage at the housing complex.
Louisville police: Jeffersontown robbery suspect dies in shooting
Authorities responded to a reported shots fired near Watterson Trail and Ruckriegel Parkway Wednesday morning in Jeffersontown.
LMPD investigates after 5 people shot , 1 killed in 2 - hour span . Five other people were shot in a two - hour span in the early morning hours. Police said one of those shootings, on Brashear Drive in Park Hill, resulted in the death of Deontae Yarnell.
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Six minutes after that shooting, two shooting victims showed up at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Bluegrass Avenue.
Both victims told police they were leaving Legend's nightclub and were in the area of Wilson Avenue and Algonquin Parkway when they were shot.
Police said they were transported to University Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Around midnight, police responded to the 3300 block of Larkwood Avenue on reports of a shooting.
When officers arrived at the scene, a victim was found suffering a gunshot wound.
Police said a second victim was found around the corner on 38th Street, also suffering from a gunshot wound.
Witnesses told police the victims were sitting inside a vehicle when another vehicle drove by and opened fire.
LMPD identifies officer, serial robbery suspect involved in fatal confrontation
No police footage is available of a shooting involving officers and a serial robbery suspect. The shooting happened around 10:24 a.m. in the area of Ruckriegel Parkway and Watterson Trail. Louisville Metro police said officers were making a traffic stop on a man believed to have been involved in several area business robberies. That man has been identified as Djuantez Anthony Mitchell, 30. When officers stopped Mitchell, he struck a Louisville Metro officer who was outside his vehicle, and then hit an unoccupied Jeffersontown police cruiser, police said. Then, officer Bryan Arnold fired multiple shots at Mitchell, police said.
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LOUISVILLE , Ky. (WAVE) - LMPD is investigating after several people were shot in the Park According to LMPD , the first shooting happened around 3 p.m. Wednesday in the 3500 block of Then, about half an hour later, around 3:30 p.m., police got the call that three people were shot at a
Both victims were taken to University Hospital and are expected to survive their injuries, according to police.
No arrests have been made in any of these shootings.
Anyone with information is asked to call police.
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After striking down first deal, judge sentences LMPD officer in Explorer case.
Shortly after rejecting one deal, a federal judge has accepted a new deal in a sex abuse case involving a former Louisville Metro officer. Brandon Wood is one of two officers charged accused of sexually abusing minors while participating in LMPD's Youth Explorer Program. Wood pleaded guilty to enticement earlier this year in exchange for five years behind bars. A federal a judge struck down his deal without explanation. A new deal was then presented and Wood was sentenced to 70 months in prison. A week ago, a federal judge rejected a plea deal for the other officer accused in the scandal, Kenneth Betts. The judge said he found the deal too lenient.