Breonna Taylor Probe: Officers Shouldn't Have Shot into Apartment

internal probe into the death of Breonna Taylor determined the three Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved should
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Two investigators who conducted an internal probe into the death of Breonna Taylor determined the three Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved should not have fired shots into her apartment.

According to documents obtained by ABC News, Sgt. Andrew Meyer from the department's Professional Standards Unit determined that the three officers should have held their fire after Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired a shot.

Meyer’s report was supported by Lt. Jeff Artman, ABC reported.

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