LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky leaders are reacting to the death of Louisville EMT Breonna Taylor.

What You Need To Know

Spectrum News 1 now has a copy of the narcotics investigation search warrant Louisville Metro Police(LMPD) used to get into her apartment.

It lists her apartment address and her name.

The warrant requests officers to get in through a quote, "no-knock entry."



LMPD says they entered just before 1:00 am on March 13 but say they did knock before going in. 

A lawsuit filed by Taylor's mother says officers were given the wrong address.

The lawsuit says Taylor was killed after officers forced their way inside her apartment and exchanged gunshots with her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker.

Governor Andy Beshear (D) is weighing in on the case saying, “The public reports concerning the death of Breonna Taylor are troubling. 

Her family and the public at large deserve the full facts regarding her death."

Beshear continues saying, "the Commonwealth’s Attorney, the US Attorney, and the Kentucky Attorney General should carefully review the results of the initial investigation...to ensure justice is done at a time when many are concerned that justice is not blind.”

Third District Congressman Yarmuth (D) released a statement saying, "It is my hope that some form of justice can eventually be delivered.

To Breonna — a brave and selfless public servant — and her family, (...) And to a nation sick and tired of seeing and hearing of black and brown lives being taken so wantonly and so coldly.”

US Senate candidate Charles Booker (D) is calling on Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) to appoint an independent special prosecutor to investigate Taylor's death.

Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine (D) is recusing himself in this case because of a conflict.​

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer says that Wine is handling the prosecution of Taylor's boyfriend, Walker, is charged with shooting at officers in the incident.