LOUISVILLE (WHAS11) -- A southern Indiana police officer is accused of having sex with an underage girl and exchanging nude photographs with the teen. As WHAS11 News first reported Saturday at 11 p.m., Officer Dwayne “Chris” Avis was arrested Friday, Feb. 2, for two counts of child seduction and one count of dissemination of matter harmful to a minor. According to a probable cause affidavit, Avis added the 17-year-old on Snap Chat sometime after he let her go from a traffic stop.
SOUTHERN INDIANA (WHAS11) -- A southern Indiana police officer is accused of having sex with an underage girl and sending her nude photographs. As WHAS11 News first reported Saturday at 11 p.m., 31-year-old Dwayne “Chris” Avis of Corydon was arrested Friday for two counts of child seduction and one count of dissemination of matter harmful to a minor.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- A Florida-based civil rights attorney, known for taking on big cases, is joining the legal team representing the women suing a former metro police officer. Former LMPD Officer Pablo Cano is accused of sexually assaulting four women in four separate lawsuits. In the most recent lawsuit, filed Monday, the woman says she was raped in the back of Cano’s police car while he was in uniform and on-duty.
🚨🚨🚨@LMPD is investigating an overnight shooting at Cole’s Place in #Louisville. 6 people shot, all expected to survive. A 7th person received a graze wound and refused treatment. No suspects yet. Anyone with info can call LMPD’s anonymous tip line📲574-LMPD @WHAS11https://t.co/suHSMCrrjX
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