LMPD Officer Accused of Raping Six Women has Resigned

LOUISVILLE, KY – It has been confirmed that an LMPD officer accused of raping six women has resigned from the department.

Pablo Cano is currently under a Public Integrity Unit Investigation with the department.

He also faces a lawsuit in which three women claim he raped them.

LMPD issued the following statement via Facebook.

“Pablo Cano submitted a letter of resignation from service today. That resignation was effective at approximately 2:30 p.m. this afternoon.

Our position is unchanged.

The fact Mr. Cano no longer works for Metro Government does not diminish the scope and intent of our investigation – to determine if crimes have been committed, and together with the Commonwealth Attorney’s office, to decide what criminal charges should be levied. This remains an open and active criminal investigation.”

Cano had been placed on administrative duties after the lawsuit was filed. No report was ever taken by the department before the lawsuit.

Cano was an officer for two years at LMPD. He worked in the fourth division.

Source: http://www.wave3.com/story/36487956/lmpd-officer-accused-of-rape-resigns

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