WRONGFUL ARRESTS DETAILS: On April 26, 2019, I was wrongly arrested by Nelson County KY, Sheriff's Deputy Aaron McCubbin for a DUI in Nelson County. He is now a Nelson County Police officer. At the DUI suppression hearing on January 9, 2020, I testified that I wore black, high heel shoes the night I was arrested which made it difficult for me to perform the field sobriety tests, and I brought the shoes to court as evidence. However, Deputy McCubbin initially testified that he did not remember what shoes I had on the night of my arrest. From watching the videos of 2 hearings, January 9, 2020, and February 25, 2020, I counted that Deputy McCubbin perjured himself at least 9 times regarding the shoes I was wearing the night of my arrest, meaning he made at least 9 conflicting statements. Deputy McCubbin not only LIED numerous times about the shoes I was wearing, but he also perjured at least 6 times about the position of the cars the night of my DUI arrest, meaning he made at least 6 conflicting statements. Additionally, he perjured himself at least 17 times about the 3 breathalyzer tests or 3 PBTs that he gave me on the side of the road, meaning he made at least 17 conflicting statements. I have proof of these accusations from 2 videos of these hearings, and I detailed all of Deputy McCubbin's LIES in 2 separate documents.
After the January 9, 2020, DUI hearing, Deputy McCubbin requested the jail log from my DUI arrest, and it stated that I had on purple and gray shoes. Based on this jail log and Deputy McCubbin's memory, he initiated a complaint warrant for my arrest for felony perjury with help from the assistant, county attorney Paula Pace and approved by District Judge, John Kelley. The perjury arrest warrant NEVER should have been issued by the assistant, county attorney and approved by Judge Kelley with the apparent errors in the jail log, and the fact that Deputy McCubbin perjured himself too many times to count. This is a perfect example of abuse of police and judicial powers.
On January 21, 2020, four, Nelson County Sheriffs Deputies including Deputy McCubbin, came to my house at about 9:30 pm when I was in bed and wrongly, arrested for felony perjury. They arrested me in my bath robe and wouldn't let me put any clothes on. I had to beg to put shoes on in 30 degree weather. They also threatened to force their way into my house and arrest my husband if he would not let them come into our house. I have all of this captured on my video cameras. The Deputies arrested me in my bath robe and wouldn't let me put any clothes on. I had to beg to put shoes on in 30 degree weather. They also threatened to force their way into my house and arrest my husband if he would not let them come into our house. I have all of this captured on my video cameras. According to the warrant, Deputy McCubbin REMEMBERED that I did not have said shoes on and then he checked the jail jog for proof. Deputy McCubbin perjured himself too many times to court at the suppression hearing for the DUI charge and again at probable cause hearing for the felony perjury charge, yet I was the one who was arrested for felony perjury. After watching these 2 videos, it was evident that Deputy McCubbin did not have probable cause to pull me over for speeding or arrest me for the DUI or for felony perjury. Despite all of this, Deputy McCubbin was able to persuade District Judge John Kelley to approve an arrest warrant and to rule in his favor at these 2 hearings. Where is the justice in that?
Moreover, I was bullied into taking the DUI plea deal under the Alford Plea because of the fear of being arrested a 2nd time for felony perjury, the threat of having to spend an unknown amount of time in the horrific, Nelson County jail and possibly go to prison. Therefore, I was terrified when I accepted the plea deal.
Additionally, I wanted to testify at the probable cause hearing for the felony, perjury charge, but I didn't because, once more, of everything that was on the line. According to my attorney, the assistant, county attorney could have had the 2nd arrest warrant for felony perjury at the probable cause hearing ready to go, and I could have been arrested at the courthouse, that same day, if I testified, again, about the high heels I was wearing. So, I was bullied a 2nd time by Deputy McCubbin, assistant, county attorney Paula Pace and Judge John Kelley to not testify on my own behalf which is a violation of my constitutional rights.
On March 18, 2020, the grand jury issued a no true bill for the perjury charge. However, I will have the wrongful, DUI charge on my criminal record for 10 years. Furthermore, the assistant county attorney Paula Pace, Judge John Kelley and Deputy McCubbin forced me into taking a plea deal for a charge when I was innocent and denied me the right to testify on my own behalf. Plus, I was taken to the deplorable, Nelson County jail twice and wrongly arrested in my own home. Deputy McCubbin DID NOT simply have a lapse of memory, at these 2 hearings, because he perjured himself to many times to count.
After watching the 2 videos, it was evident that Deputy McCubbin was out to get me, and he was going to do whatever it took to make the DUI and felony perjury charges stick. It is clear to see, that he knowingly perjured himself numerous times in court with malicious intent to try to ruin my life because he didn't care what affect these 2 charges or convictions would have on my life, and he didn't care that I was innocent. However, this ordeal goes beyond Deputy McCubbin considering the assistant county attorney Paula Pace and Judge John Kelley did not try to seek justice in either case but instead decided to back a LYING Deputy who was trying to ruin my life. Therefore, they are just as guilty as he is!!! This abuse of police and judicial power has turned my life upside down by ruining my reputation, causing emotional distress, loss of income, which has affected my livelihood.