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Officer involved in botched raid that resulted in Breonna Taylor’s death announces retirement

A memorial for Breonna Taylor is seen during the Good Trouble Tuesday march for Breonna Taylor on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020, in Louisville, Ky. (Amy Harris/Invision/AP)

Officer involved in botched raid that resulted in Breonna Taylor’s death announces retirement The officer who shot at Breonna Taylor during a raid is retiring. Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly plans to retire from the Louisville Metro Police Department on June 1. Mattingly was shot in the leg during the raid by Taylor’s boyfriend, before opening fire.  In a statement, Mattingly said, “I’ve never taken lightly the responsibility that comes along with serving the great citizens of Louisville. It’s my hope and prayer, that moving forward, our city can heal and unite. My plan was not to move on from this calling, but in the best interest of my family, the time has come.”


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