Report:Scottie Scheffler’s court date could land him 10 YEARS in prison after his charges were not dropped by Louisville Police following shocking arrest..as he’s offense show up a full video below ⬇️

Report:Scottie Scheffler’s court date could land him 10 YEARS in prison after his charges were not dropped by Louisville Police following shocking arrest..as he’s offense show up a full video below ⬇️

Cops gave a press conference on Thursday, alongside Louisville mayor Craig Greenberg. 

There was speculation that the charges would be dropped – or even reduced. Instead, however, officials vowed to ‘to respect the legal process’ and ‘let it play out’, with Scheffler due to be arraigned in court next month on the following charges:

We are all looking to move forward,’ Mayor Greenberg said. ‘But we have to respect the legal process. And that’s what we are going to do. We are going to let that play out.’

During the press conference, police chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel revealed that Detective Bryan Gillis did not turn on his body-worn camera – a violation of police policy. 

Officials also released two new videos of the moment Scheffler was put in handcuffs and arrested. They said on Thursday that they are not aware of any footage of the initial interaction between the golf star and

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Scottie Scheffler’s court date could land him 10 YEARS in prison after his charges were not dropped by Louisville Police following shocking arrest

16:55 BST 23 May 2024, updated 02:47 BST 24 May 2024By Daniel Matthews and Oliver Salt

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Scheffler was sensationally arrested on his way into Valhalla Golf Club last week

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Scottie Scheffler is due in court on June 3 after Louisville Police gave no indication that the four charges against the world No 1 golfer will be dropped.

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Scheffler was arrested in the early hours of last Friday (May 17) before his second round at the PGA Championship at Valhalla in Kentucky.

Stunning images showed golf’s world No 1 in handcuffs before he was taken to jail for not following police orders during a pedestrian fatality investigation.

Cops gave a press conference on Thursday, alongside Louisville mayor Craig Greenberg. 

There was speculation that the charges would be dropped – or even reduced. Instead, however, officials vowed to ‘to respect the legal process’ and ‘let it play out’, with Scheffler due to be arraigned in court next month on the following charges:

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A mugshot of world no 1 Scottie Scheffler following his arrest by Louisville police last Friday

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Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel of Kentucky Police spoke at a brief press conference

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Louisville police release Scottie Scheffler arrest footage 

Second-degree assault of a police officer, a felony

Third-degree criminal mischief

Reckless driving

Disregarding traffic signals from an officer directing traffic

In Kentucky, second-degree assault is a Class C felony which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

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‘We are all looking to move forward,’ Mayor Greenberg said. ‘But we have to respect the legal process. And that’s what we are going to do. We are going to let that play out.’

During the press conference, police chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel revealed that Detective Bryan Gillis did not turn on his body-worn camera – a violation of police policy. 

Officials also released two new videos of the moment Scheffler was put in handcuffs and arrested. They said on Thursday that they are not aware of any footage of the initial interaction between the golf star and police.

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In remarkable footage the two-time Masters winner was seen being led into a police car

One video came from a fixed pole camera on Shelbyville Road, while the second came from the dashcam of a police car.

Footage from the pole camera shows the moment Scheffler was stopped by a police officer who appeared to hit his car as he tried to make his way into Valhalla, which seemingly came after his interaction with Gillis.

The two-time Masters champion can then be seen exiting the vehicle and being led away in handcuffs after the incident.

In the dashcam footage, which is over 55 minutes long, the moment which led to Scheffler’s arrest cannot be made out with other vehicles blocking the view, but he is seen being taken away in handcuffs by

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