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Man arrested after several downtown businesses damaged

Last month, the police department posted photos on their Facebook page showing broken windows and said several businesses sustained "substantial damage."

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Editor's note: The video above is from previous coverage on November 24, 2020.

Louisville Metro Police have made an arrest after several downtown businesses in the Fourth Street Live area were damaged.

According to an arrest citation, Larry Walker "was observed on video surveillance destroying property valued at over $1,000" on November 23. He is charged with criminal mischief in the first degree. 

Credit: LMDC
Larry Walker mugshot

Last month, the police department posted photos on their Facebook page showing broken windows and said several businesses sustained "substantial damage."

Our 1st Division Detectives are working a criminal mischief case in the area of 4th Street Live where multiple businesses sustained substantial damage last night. Anyone with any information is asked to please call our anonymous tip line at 574-LMPD. #LMPD #TippinAintSnitchin

Among the buildings damaged were Brown Williamson Tower, Tavern on Fourth, Sports & Social Club and the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse.

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