Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

Barren County On Trial

May 8, 2013

1:05: AFTERNOON UPDATE: Defense rests in BCSO trial; Next up is closing arguments

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BOWLING GREEN —

ATF agent and member of the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force David Hayes was the last witness before Butler and Alexander rested their cases. Hayes testified that in his limited experience working with Guffey on five or six cases and knowing his reputation in the local law enforcement community, he considered Guffey to be trustworthy and “an outstanding officer.” However, Hayes told Patel on cross examination that his opinion of Guffey would change if he had used or allowed excessive force or made false statements.

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