Drug-suspected police linked to Breonna Taylor go in to bring an action

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LOUISVILLE, KY. – A convicted drug dealer who was a target of the police attacks that took police to Breonna Taylor’s home has been offered probation for a long list of drug crimes.

Louisville police secured a series of unauthorized warrants on the night of March 13, 2020, with the aim of breaking up a drug deal with Jamarcus Glover. One of the five warrants was sent by police to Taylor, Glover’s ex-girlfriend.

Officials went to her home, broke down the door and opened fire after Taylor’s boyfriend fired a shot at them. The deadly shooting of the 26-year-old black woman sparked months of national protests and forced the city of Louisville to pay Taylor’s family $ 12 million to solve an unfair death trial.

Louisville prosecutors recently recommended probation for Glover, which faced a slew of drug-related charges, WDRB-TV reported. He will also have to move from the state.

Sam Aguiar, a lawyer who represented Taylor’s family in the unjustified death process, said the deal “confirms” that Glover was not a drug addict requiring multiple police attacks late at night.

Last year, Glover was offered an agreement by prosecutors that would have forced him to involve Taylor in criminal activities. In the offer, Taylor is listed as an accomplice in illegal activities. Glover declined the offer.

Prosecutors said after the document was revealed last year that it was a “draft that was included in pre-notification prosecution negotiations.” Taylor was not mentioned in Glover’s new appeal document.

Police had claimed in their order that Glover received a drug package at Taylor’s home, but no drugs or cash were found in Taylor’s home the night of the raid. The Louisville police detective who wrote the order was later fired.

As part of the new agreement, Glover agreed to lose money and cars seized by the police.

Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the case declined to comment until Glover is sentenced next month.


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