2nd trial begins for IMPD officer David Butler, accused of misconduct, robbing motoristsJury failed to reach verdict in first trial
The Indy Channel
Feb. 07, 2013
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INDIANAPOLIS - A suspended Indianapolis metro police officer accused of robbing motorists during traffic stops went on trial Monday.
David Butler, 53, is standing trial for the charges for a second time, after jurors failed to reach a verdict the first time around.
Butler is charged with three counts of robbery and three counts of official misconduct.
He is accused of robbing three Hispanic men during traffic stops.