Former Louisville cops federally sentenced for throwing drinks at people

Two former Louisville Metro Police officers have been convicted of federal civil rights violations after throwing drinks from their unmarked squad cars at people in Louisville’s West End, according to the US Department of Justice, one of the officers pleading guilty to additional cyberstalking charges.

Bryan Andrew Wilson, 36, and Curt Flynn, 40, both pleaded guilty on Tuesday to one count of conspiring to violate the civil rights of Louisville pedestrians through the arbitrary use of force. Wilson also pleaded guilty in the cyberstalking case, in which he is accused of threatening to post incriminating photos or videos of women unless they provide additional incriminating evidence.

Wilson and Flynn are both scheduled to be sentenced on September 30. Wilson faces a combined maximum sentence of 15 years in prison on both counts, while Flynn faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

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