Louisville Police Officer Katie Crews On Leave After Shooting

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LMPD Officer Katie Crews
LMPD Officer Katie Crews

Officer Katie Crews of the Louisville Metro Police Department is on administrative leave after the shooting of David McAtee. What exactly happened has not been made clear to the public. What is known is that there was an incident involving Katie Crews, Austin Allen, unidentified National Guard soldiers, and David McAtee. When the incident was over with it turned out that officers Crews and Austin did not have their body cameras turned on.

Now it is the word of the officers vs. the evidence and anyone else that questions what happened. There is some video as you can see below. The cops claim they fired in self defense, but the evidence indicates that McAtee was unarmed.

UPDATE: Someone posted a screenshot on our Facebook page of officer Crews bashing protesters on her Facebook page. In the screenshot she says "I hope that the pepper balls she got lit up with a little later on hurt. Come back and get ya some more ole girl, I'll be on the line again tonight."

Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1615902405224817

UPDATE: Someone posted a link to https://www.facebook.com/katie.crews.923 on our Facebook page, but that page displays a notice that says "Sorry, this content isn't available right now. The link you followed may have expired, or the page may only be visible to an audience you're not in." Which most likely means that she changed her privacy setting to private after people noticed what she was saying.


Someone has started an "Ugly Katie Crews" Twitter account to aggregate the truth about her https://twitter.com/FrankLe91342146

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