KSP: No Evidence of Cover-Up Related to Sexual Harassment Case Against Arnold
After a nearly seven-month investigation, Kentucky State Police say they have found no evidence that former Legislative Research Commission Executive Director Bobby Sherman shredded work-related documents to cover-up information on sexual harassment within the state legislature.
KSP Trooper Paul Blanton says the acting detective on the case has finished his investigation and concluded that Sherman's activities weren't illegal and didn't involve a cover-up of sexual harassment by former state Rep. John Arnold or other lawmakers.
“The investigation into the destruction of documents to conceal this physical assault or sexual assault--there was no evidence of that."
Blanton says state police will release the case files sometime in the next two weeks.