Prosecutor Drops Felony Charge Against Texans' Kenny Stills, Protesters For Breonna Taylor

By SportsRadio 610
(SportsRadio 610) -- A prosecutor in Kentucky where Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills was arrested earlier this week says he is dropping the felony charge against Stills and dozens of other protesters accused of intimidating a participant in the legal process. 

Stills, along with more than 80 others, stood on the lawn of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, demanding charges be filed against the police officers who killed Breonna Taylor inside of her home earlier this year. 

"After careful review of the law, I am dismissing the felony charge of Intimidating a Participant in the Legal Process against the protestors arrested on Attorney General Cameron's property," prosecutor Mike O'Connell said in a statement. "While we do believe the LMPD (Louisville Metro Police Department) had probable cause for the charge, in the interest of justice and the promotion of the free exchange of ideas, we will dismiss that charge for each protestor arrested this past Tuesday. We continue to review the misdemeanors and violations for prosecution at a later date."