Ky. police officer fined $2 for striking manMan could have faced more than year in jail
Mar. 11, 2013
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LOUISVILLE —A Louisville police officer has been fined $2 after being convicted of official misconduct and harassment for striking a handcuffed suspect multiple times.
A Jefferson District Jury on Friday fined officer David Graham $1 for each of the charges stemming from the March 31, 2012 arrest of 19-year-old John R. Sanders. A videotape of Sanders' arrest shows Graham poking Sanders multiple times in the throat and slapping him.
Graham could have faced up to 12 months in jail on the misconduct charge and up to 90 days in jail for the harassment charge.