Louisville shooting: Gun used at Old National Bank will be auctioned off under Kentucky law, Mayor Craig Greenberg says [Video]

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Bodycam footage shows Louisville police response to Old National Bank shooting 03:36

Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg announced that the gun used in Monday’s mass shooting will be sold at auction as Kentucky law prevents law enforcement from destroying confiscated firearms, even when they’re used in crimes.

Greenburg said in a press conference that all confiscated firearms not kept for official use will be sold at auction to licensed dealers. Under state law, the Kentucky State Police will conduct the auction and keep 20% of the sale proceeds for departmental use. The rest of the proceeds will be given to the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security.

The mayor, who survived a workplace shooting, reported that 40 people in the city have died due to gun violence this year which now includes the five people who were killed Monday.

Police on Tuesday released officer bodycam footageof the shooting at an Old National Bank branch in Louisville, …

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