Breaking news: Louisville prosecutor drops a heartbreaking brutal statement for all four charges against Scottie Scheffler as ……. below ⬇️

Breaking news: Louisville prosecutor drops a heartbreaking brutal statement for all four charges against Scottie Scheffler as ……. below ⬇️

A Louisville prosecutor dropped all charges Wednesday against Scottie Scheffler who had been accused of disobeying and injuring a police officer ahead of his second round of the PGA Championship.Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell said Wednesday that there was not enough evidence to move forward with the case against Scheffler, who earlier this month had been charged with four counts, including second-degree assault of a police officer, which was a felony. The charges were dropped with prejudice, meaning they cannot be filed again at any time.A Louisville prosecutor dropped all charges Wednesday against Scottie Scheffler who had been accused of disobeying and injuring a police officer ahead of his second round of the PGA Championship.Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell said Wednesday that there was not enough evidence to move forward with the case against Scheffler, who earlier this month had been charged with four counts, including second-degree assault of a police officer, which was a felony. The charges were dropped with prejudice, meaning they cannot be filed again at any time.“Mr. Scheffler’s actions, and the evidence surrounding their exchange during this misunderstanding, do not satisfy the elements of any criminal offenses,” O’Connell said.The end of Scheffler’s legal saga capped a bizarre and unprecedented six-week stretch that included a second Masters title, the birth of his first child and international intrigue following his stunning predawn arrest.Police initially said that Scheffler disregarded an officer’s instructions on May 17 when he tried to enter Valhalla Golf Club at about 6 a.m. local time, ahead of his second round of the PGA. With tensions already high because of a pedestrian fatality earlier that morning near the course, detective Bryan Gillis said that Scheffler disobeyed his instructions to stop his courtesy SUV and then accelerated forward, causing lacerations to Gillis’ knee and wrist. Scheffler was placed in handcuffs, booked at the jail downtown and spent about an hour in a holding cell. He was released without bail in time to play his second round, when he shot 66 amid much fanfare and calls from the crowd of “FreeQ

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