Metro council members claim the city has not turned over all documents related to the Louisville Metro Police Department’s Explorer Program.Former officers, Brandon Wood and Kenneth Betts were convicted and sentenced on charges related to the sex abuse scandal in 2018.Wood tried to lure a minor into having sex with him while he was a leader with the program. Betts was guilty of enticing three boys and a girl between 2006 and 2014 while he was a leader with the program. He also sent inappropriate pictures to the victims.Council president David James has filed a resolution, calling on the city to release all relevant documents collected by an outside law firm hired to investigate the allegations. It also urges the firm to hand those documents over to attorneys for the people who are suing the former officers.”The Council believes that the time has come for the complete findings from the LMPD Explorer Case to come to light, and settlements with the victims be reached,” the resolution read.

Metro council members claim the city has not turned over all documents related to the Louisville Metro Police Department’s Explorer Program.

Former officers, Brandon Wood and Kenneth Betts were convicted and sentenced on charges related to the sex abuse scandal in 2018.

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Wood tried to lure a minor into having sex with him while he was a leader with the program. Betts was guilty of enticing three boys and a girl between 2006 and 2014 while he was a leader with the program. He also sent inappropriate pictures to the victims.

Council president David James has filed a resolution, calling on the city to release all relevant documents collected by an outside law firm hired to investigate the allegations.

It also urges the firm to hand those documents over to attorneys for the people who are suing the former officers.

“The Council believes that the time has come for the complete findings from the LMPD Explorer Case to come to light, and settlements with the victims be reached,” the resolution read.

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