Louisville Police merit board upholds Joshua Jaynes termination

Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (FOX 56) – The Louisville Metro Police Department merit board voted unanimously to uphold the firing of a former detective.

Detective Joshua Jaynes is the officer who got the search warrant for Breonna Taylor’s apartment.

The former interim chief, Yvette Gentry, fired him for being dishonest in obtaining it.

Jaynes’ attorney says they plan to appeal the board’s decision in court.

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