LMPD Chief Supports Charges Against Minnesota Officer For Killing Driver


(Louisville, KY) - LMPD's chief says she supports the decision to charge a Minnesota police officer for shooting and killing a man during a traffic stop.

Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter was charged with second-degree manslaughter after reportedly shooting and killing 20-year-old Daunte Wright as he resisted arrest on Sunday. 

During a public forum Wednesday, Chief Erika Shields said she expected the officer to be charged, adding "she should absolutely be criminally charged."

You can see the entire Louisville Forum discussion with Chief Shields on the Louisville Forum Facebook page.

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