INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - David Butler, an ex-IMPD officer pleaded guilty to one court theft and official misconduct. He was sentenced to one year to be served on home detention.
He was sentenced Friday in Marion County Criminal Court 1.
This sentence is in addition to his existing sentence of 3 years incarceration, two years community corrections and one year on probation. He was found guilty on all four felony counts on Feb. 7.
Butler was originally charged with four counts of robbery, one count theft and five counts of official misconduct.
During the search warrant Butler's residence, a gun was located inside his home. Since the filing of this case, subsequent investigation has resulted in the gun being traced back to a deceased man named Robert Jolley.
A review of police records revealed that Butler was the officer who responded to the run wherein Jolley was found dead on arrival.
Another traffic stop consistent to the first two were also listed in court documents.
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