LPD Homicide found a body in Breonna Taylor’s car – read the police report

Why has the media ignored this police report detailing why Breonna Taylor was a focus in the investigation? This is why. We are all being played.

This never before released complete investigation from the LPD includes surveillance images and recorded phone calls between Jamarcus Glover, Breonna Taylor and others on the warrants and shows just how involved Taylor was in Glover’s drug enterprise and why the police were at her house the night of her death. Read more

12/03/16: LMPD Homicide find a body in Breonna Taylor’s car. Part of the front page used in the investigation appearing in the paper.

The front page of an undated report prepared by Louisville Metro Police as part of its investigation of accused drug dealer Jamarcus Glover, Breonna Taylor's boyfriend.

The Louisville Courier Journal which is part of USA Today has the expose of the Taylor case which includes jail house recordings. It is a lengthy post and do read it as it contains much of the police reports that I have linked to below. It does not include  the homicide police report that I have a link to. However, the paper has the above clip.

Sam Aguiar, an attorney for Taylor’s family, said Taylor had dated Glover, one of the police’s main suspects, two years earlier and that they maintained a “passive friendship.”

However, records and recorded jail calls show that Glover and Taylor were in more recent contact, though Glover said in a March 13 call that he didn’t have “nothing going on with Bre no more.”

According to the affidavit detective Jaynes wrote for the search warrant, Glover used Taylor’s apartment as his home address.

Taylor’s address was listed in the warrant, records show, based on police’s belief that one of the narcotics investigation’s main suspects, Jamarcus Glover, used her home to receive mail, keep drugs or stash money earned from the sale of drugs.

A detective wrote in an affidavit summarizing the investigation that led to the warrant that Glover walked into Taylor’s apartment one January afternoon and left with a “suspected USPS package in his right hand,” then got into his car and drove to a “known drug house” on Muhammad Ali Boulevard.

Jaynes verified through a U.S. postal inspector, according to the affidavit, that Glover had been receiving packages at Taylor’s address.

Report details why Louisville police decided to forcibly search Breonna Taylor’s home

…But the 39-page report and corroborating evidence do show that Taylor had more extensive ties than previously made public with an accused drug trafficker who was at the center of a larger narcotics investigation in Louisville.

The findings of the report, corroborated by jail phone recordings and other documents obtained by The Courier Journal, detail multiple links between Taylor and Jamarcus Glover of Louisville, a main target in a drug probe that prompted police to request the search warrant for Taylor’s apartment.

Plainclothes officers that night battered in her door, searching for drugs and illicit cash. None were found.

Glover was arrested the same night as Taylor’s shooting. He was picked up at an alleged drug house 10 miles to the north in Louisville’s West End. He was released on bail but is now a fugitive after failing to post a new bail set at $50,000 when he was charged again last month.

The evidence it details includes the results of a tracking device placed on Glover’s Dodge Charger that shows it was driven to Taylor’s apartment six times in January.

The report includes photographs of Glover entering and exiting Taylor’s building. In the application for the search warrant of Taylor’s apartment, police said they suspected drugs and money were being held at the residence.

Glover made a call from jail about 12 hours after he was arrested March 13 at 2424 Elliott Ave. — the same day Taylor was shot and killed by police executing a search warrant at her apartment signed by Jefferson Circuit Judge Mary Shaw.

In that recorded March 13 call, Glover, 30, told a girlfriend that Taylor was holding $8,000 for him and that she had been “handling all my money.” No money was found at her residence during the police search.

Aguiar has said previously that Glover and Taylor had dated until about two years earlier and that they maintained a “passive” friendship.

But the recordings and other evidence reviewed by The Courier Journal show Taylor and Glover maintained closer ties.

On Jan. 3, for example, following Glover’s arrest on trafficking and weapons charges, he called Taylor from the jail and asked her to contact one of his co-defendants to get bail money.

Taylor responded that the associate was “already at the trap” — slang for a house used for drug trafficking.

Glover told her to be on standby to pick him up if he made bail. “I’m going to get me some rest in your bed,” he said, according to the recording.

“Love you,” he said, at the end of the call.

“Love you, too,” she replied.

At a Tuesday afternoon press conference, interim LMPD Chief Robert Schroeder chastised the release of the internal report.

“We want to protect the integrity of all of our investigations,” Schroeder said. “This kind of leak and this kind of reporting is simply not helpful to the process. It seems irrelevant to the goal of getting justice, peace and healing for our community.”

Jamarcus Glover claims Breonna Taylor held his money

The Courier Journal has corroborated that on Dec. 30, 2019, five days before her recorded jail conversation with Glover, Taylor posted a $2,500 bond for another man charged in the same case, 34-year-old Darreal Forest.

His attorney, Casey McCall, did not immediately respond to a question about how his client knew Taylor.

Glover, Forest and three other men were charged with trafficking and weapons offenses after police received a tip from a confidential informant that they were hiding drugs and firearms in abandoned homes adjacent to the “trap house” they allegedly operated at the Elliott Avenue address.

Police seized five handguns and three rifles, according to evidence filed in the case.

The jail recordings The Courier Journal reviewed show that on March 13, Glover, while trying to round up cash to make bail on a new set of trafficking charges, called a girlfriend and told her Taylor had his money.

“She had the eight grand I gave her the other day, and she picked up another six,” Glover said.

“Did she tell you where it was?” the caller asked him.

“She didn’t have the chance to tell me nothing,” he replied. “She dead.”

When the caller asked Glover why he had left the money with Taylor, he said: “Don’t take it wrong but Bre been handling all my money. She has been handling (expletive) for me and … it ain’t just me.”.

Jones, Glover and Bowman, along with three other defendants — Rayshawn Lee, 33; Anthony J. Taylor II, 31; and Adrian Walker, 28 — are charged with complicity in trafficking in a controlled substance and running an organized crime syndicate.

They have all pleaded not guilty.

Police surveil Jamarcus Glover and Breonna Taylor

Court records show that Taylor posted bond twice for Glover in 2017, as mentioned in the police report, though it is not unusual for a girlfriend, spouse, friend or parent to post bond for a loved one.

The police report says Glover called Taylor’s phone from the jail 27 times from January 2016 to January 2020, including the Jan. 3 call in which he asked her to contact Adrian Walker — no relation to Kenneth Walker — to round up bail money for him.

The report also says that on Feb. 13 — a month before Taylor’s death — detectives watched through a pole camera mounted outside the Elliot Avenue house as Taylor and Glover drove up to the house in her black Dodge Charger.

Glover got out and went inside. He came out after a few minutes and they drove off, the report says.

Police previously disclosed in their application to search Taylor’s apartment that another vehicle registered to Taylor, a white 2016 Chevrolet Impala, was seen parked in front of the Elliott Avenue house several times.

… At the end of the day, if I would have been at that house Bre would be alive, bruh. … I don’t shoot at no police.”

Read the whole thing below:


Read the 41 page police report. Click on right side of the first page for the complete report. Source Tatum Report:

Police 41 page report here:  (Click on right side of first page for full report.)


More of the story here, wander over:

It’s Time For The Liberal Media To Tell The Truth About Breonna Taylor’s Death?

It may be too late for the media to get the facts right about Breonna Taylor’s death. At least too late to stop the riots currently being carried out in her name. So much of the death and destruction over recent months could have been avoided if the liberal media simply told the truth when it comes to police shootings of Black suspects.

The drive-by media, as Rush Limbaugh calls it, shows up on the scene and breathlessly announces that police officers have shot and killed another unarmed black person; this time a young nurse who was sound asleep in her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky.

The few “facts” the media provides about the shooting turn out to be wrong, and all the context and factors leading up to Taylor’s death are never mentioned by the mainstream media. And if the big tech companies get their way, the facts of these cases would never come out –

It is difficult to understand why most of this has not been picked up by anyone as I write this. It is almost like that they want the riots to continue doesn’t it?

Other than that all is swell in the swamp.

25 Responses to “LPD Homicide found a body in Breonna Taylor’s car – read the police report”

  1. If All You See… » Pirate's Cove Says:

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  2. Steve Dennis Says:

    The media deserves most of the blame for all of these riots by irresponsibly reporting these stories without all of the facts and then once the riots start they fan the flames. Once more information comes out they simply ignore it and continue to push the narrative, it is the height of irresponsibility and it should be criminal. They whip up the frenzy to the point where people will not even listen to the new information when it comes out because they have already made up their minds.

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  3. Mustang Says:

    In 1979, Steve Martin starred in a film titled The Jerk. Not a particularly entertaining comedy but some interesting spoofs in the dialogue and scene —interesting today for several reasons. First, I suppose, because it reveals what a racist Carl Reiner was/is, and second because it highlighted the use of the race card to explain abject stupidity. Martin’s character, a white boy named Navin Johnson, was raised by a Negro family and imagined that he, too, was a Negro. Early in the film, Navin woefully laments, “I’z borned a po black chile.” Notice too the use of the name, Navin. Who in the hell gives their kids names like that, or Jamarcus, or Rayshawn, or Darreal?

    This case reflects American society’s true racism, which in my view is founded upon the bias of low expectations —a general acceptance of uncivilized Negro behavior. Leading this uncanny charge are American progressives who cleverly manipulate blacks into maintaining certain foregone conclusions about black America.

    Within hundreds of taxpayer-funded subsidized housing projects, there are literally thousands of young children constantly exposed to lines of strange men entering their mother’s bedroom. Even at very young ages, these children become confused, angry, and hyperactive. Several studies suggest that the bias of low expectation begins in kinder-care or first grade when teachers (progressive white and black) treat these children differently from other children because they do not expect these youngsters to “keep up” with the other kids.

    Given this, it is no wonder that black kids continue their (by then) long-established pattern of misbehavior, and why they lose interest in school. In their developmental stage, they never learn to respect others, particularly females, as their mothers have taught them that women have but one purpose in the black community. And they learn that all they have to do to “get over” is to act out the “angry po black chile” routine. It works.

    By the time these kids become teenagers, they pose a real danger to others. By this time, they have learned that aggressive behavior gets them what they want. They, in effect, become just like the string of strange men entering and leaving their mother’s bedroom.

    All of this is enabled and reinforced by progressive political policy and news media, who continually strive to make excuses for untoward and unacceptable behavior. Progressive America accepts as normal the high murder rate of blacks killing blacks, blacks selling drugs to other blacks, black assaults on other blacks, and that the only purpose of black women is to pleasure black men who have no intention of marrying them or raising bastard children in a “normal” family environment.

    And, according to Progressive America, whose fault is this? Well, white America’s fault, of course. Which does not —I say again, does not— address any of the behaviors a normal society finds repugnant. I never thought I would communicate this publicly, but can you even imagine what our country would be like today if tens of millions of black fetuses had not been aborted?

    I keep reading opinions (and have even postulated them myself) suggesting the only solution to our “black criminal problem” must come from the black community itself. I now begin to question this. Our civilization, and all of its institutions, must begin to treat black criminals for what they are: uncivilized criminals —exactly how we treat white criminals: a plague upon an orderly society, a segment of society that thrives only if or when civilized society allows it. And why do we? Because a large number of blacks, whether angry or just plain stupid, help to keep progressive politicians in power —and this is the ONLY reason the progressive party and its media either hide the truth of such incidents (as reported here) or propagate non-factual elements in their reporting. And you know what? So far, it’s been working out great for the progressive party … not so much for good, law-abiding blacks who are locked into this racially charged bubble created and maintained by progressive white liberals.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      And no one will examine the role she played when she got herself involved in this Russian Roulette. After all we are just racist.. I agree with your well thought out points.

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    • geeez2014 Says:

      “The soft bigotry of low expectations”, practiced mostly by the American Left, which actually believes Blacks cannot find an ID with which to vote, or find their precinct.

      MUSTANG….I saw a phrase the other day about how it’s time to stop blaming the cops and start questioning how our kids are being raised and why they feel they can get away with what they’re doing… So I do believe much of the solution to our Black criminal problem is on the Black community, but I TOTALLY agree with why we DO NOT. It’s refreshing to hear upstanding, thinking Blacks who DO put the blame on their community….Low expectations..not going to school, drugs, unwed pregnancies, etc………..Of course, that is NOT solely the Black community.
      If what we’re seeing today isn’t AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR GETTING WHAT THEY WANT , I don’t know WHAT IS. You are so right.

      My heart goes out to Daniel Cameron, KY A.G., who did the right thing, spoke so beautifully upon reading the Grand Jury information…and is now called “Not Black” by MSNBC, etc. Apparently, if a young Black man is a Republican Christian wearing a suit and tie, he’s NOT considered BLACK by the Left..


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    • Ed Bonderenka Says:

      So when it all comes crashing down, will these “tribes” of uncivilized thugs start another Rwanda here?
      Or try?

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    • Mustang.Koji Says:

      Wow, sir… Right on the money. Killed it.

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  4. geeez2014 Says:

    The “news conf.” just now with America’s HAPPY New Black Lawyer, Benjamin Crump, was hilarious…twice, he encouraged people to VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2…until probably a reporter (none of the crowd around him would know) reminded him it’s the 3rd…..Yes, somehow, THIS IS TRUMP’S FAULT so WE HAVE TO VOTE HIM OUT. Mr. Crump’s situation is VERY lucrative, huh?$$$$ He may not get much from those he represents but I’m thinking the DNC is making up for it.

    I’m thinking his push to get the truth out about Breonna may end up biting him in the butt…(information like your post today just could actually come out) I’d say “Be careful what you ask for, Mr. Crump”.


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    • bunkerville Says:

      He knows the Grand Jury info will never come out because it has always been sacrosant.
      This info has been out for months and instead of giving it out they only want to condemn society.

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        exactly! Also, I’m not sure why, IF they put out the transcript, they must reveal WHO the jurors are. That seems absolutely WRONG to me. Who the HECK would EVER consent to a Grand Jury position of any real sensitivity??? I wouldn’t! These people are killers!
        I am not ‘against’ Breonna Taylor. (I don’t really care, frankly, except I’m sorry she died) BUT, I hope they DO indulge in getting ALL THE FACTS out because they will find they’re VERY SORRY THEY DID…And the justice system will be upheld, unlike that idiot Kamala Harris now calling for REFORM. @($#@Q#(*$&@Q(*#&$

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        BY THE WAY. I HONESTLY don’t think these people really CARE about the TRANSCRIPT INFORMATION. THEY want to know what the COLOR DIVIDE was. How many BLACKS? ANd if the Blacks didn’t outnumber the Whites….I’m betting they’ll call for another investigation….

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  5. hocuspocus13 Says:

    Who said crime doesn’t pay?
    Taylor Family bankrolled $12 million in which Lawyer Crump got his cut of $1 million

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    It is more than amazing how the press has suppressed the non-narrative news on Ms. Taylor. I first heard that it was not a no-knock warrant yesterday. The police knocked and announced themselves and received first fire. Never once heard that in the main stream media.

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