Louisville police officer Keith Heselschwerdt wore a T-shirt remembering detective Jason Schweitzer on Monday morning in Lexington. The case of Suzanne Whitlow, charged with manslaughter in the deaths of Schweitzer and Timothy Moore, was waived to a grand jury.
Louisville police officer Keith Heselschwerdt wore a T-shirt remembering detective Jason Schweitzer on Monday morning in Lexington. The case of Suzanne Whitlow, charged with manslaughter in the deaths of Schweitzer and Timothy Moore, was waived to a grand jury. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Louisville police officer Keith Heselschwerdt wore a T-shirt remembering detective Jason Schweitzer on Monday morning in Lexington. The case of Suzanne Whitlow, charged with manslaughter in the deaths of Schweitzer and Timothy Moore, was waived to a grand jury. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

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