Two more Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved in the Breonna Taylor case are expected to be fired from the Louisville Metro Police Department, WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters have learned.
Det. Joshua Jaynes learned of the department’s intention to terminate him Tuesday evening when he was served with a notice, sources confirmed.
“Please be advised of my present intention to terminate your employment,” LMPD Interim Chief Yvette Gentry began her two-page letter to Jaynes on Tuesday.
Gentry also wrote that Jaynes will have a chance to defend himself at a pre-termination hearing with her Thursday.
Det. Myles Cosgrove, one of three LMPD officers who fired their guns during the deadly raid on Taylor’s apartment in March, also is expected to be fired, sources told WAVE 3 News.
Jaynes has been under investigation related to the warrant he secured, allowing the raid to occur at Taylor’s home on March 13. Taylor, 26, was shot multiple times and bled to death in the hallway of her apartment.