GLASGOW POLICE CHIEF ISSUES STATEMENT ABOUT OFFICER'S ARREST PDF Print
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 14:16

This statement is issued by Glasgow Police Chief Guy Turcotte in reference to the arrest of Lt. Colonel David Graves on the evening of Monday, February 18, 2013.

Colonel Graves was arrested by Kentucky State Police on a charge of Assault 4th, Domestic Violence and lodged in the Barren County Detention Center.

Chief Turcotte’s statement is as follows:

“I am aware of the charge against Lt. Colonel David Graves, which due to the nature of the alleged offense and his employment with our agency, I turned the case over to State Police”.

“While reminding the public that our officers are human and are as capable as anyone of using poor judgment at times, let it also be known that we hold ourselves to a higher standard as we work daily to avert and moderate these types of situations within our community and our officers will be held accountable for their actions”.

Any further information concerning this matter will be dispersed by Kentucky State Police.

 

 

 

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