Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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July 4, 2013

Graves pretrial begins

GLASGOW — The attorney for a police lieutenant colonel accused of domestic violence will not get all the records he sought in the case, but the special judge in the case has ordered that he get some of them.

B. Alan Simpson, attorney for Glasgow Police Department Lt. Col. David Graves, had asked for subpoenas to obtain a year’s worth of phone records for police Chief Guy Turcotte, Mayor Rhonda Riherd Trautman and the woman accusing Graves of fourth-degree assault (minor injury).

At a pretrial conference Wednesday, he explained why he wanted them and the special prosecutor for the case, Assistant Metcalfe County Attorney Jim Howard, argued why he shouldn’t get most of them.

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