Already past budget, LMPD Explorer sex scandal investigation sparks new questions

The ongoing investigation into the LMPD Explorer sex scandal is raising new questions. (Source:...
The ongoing investigation into the LMPD Explorer sex scandal is raising new questions. (Source: WAVE 3 News file photo)
Updated: Jun. 18, 2018 at 11:06 PM EDT
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - There are new questions swirling around Mayor Greg Fischer's investigation of the LMPD Explorer sex scandal.

WAVE 3 News already has reported that the investigation was over budget.

But now, heavily-redacted invoices obtained by WAVE 3 News raise questions about who investigator Kerry Harvey was speaking to when he billed the city more than $70,000.

The document lists conversations with Fischer, Metro Council President David James and a possible meeting with LMPD Chief Steve Conrad.

But, huge sections of Harvey's conversations are redacted.

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James said he's working with an attorney to have those names made public, but the city claims revealing the names could jeopardize the investigation.

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