U.S. senator Rand Paul assaulted at home in Kentucky

Lucy Bush
November 6, 2017

Boucher, 59, of Bowling Green was charged with one count of fourth-degree assault. He is the son of former U.S. Representative Ron Paul of Texas.

According to the arrest warrant obtained by WKBO and the Bowling Green Daily News, Paul told police that his neighbor walked onto his property and tackled him from behind, forcing him to the ground. He sold and appeared alongside his invention on QVC, the home shopping channel.

While a motive is not officially known, Jeff Jones, a registered nurse who worked with Boucher at the Bowling Green Medical Center, described Boucher's politics as "liberal".

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A jail website shows that Boucher was booked Friday night just before 9 p.m.

"He didn't get any severe injuries to his face", Porter said late Saturday, declining to share more details on the injuries.

Paul spokeswoman Kelsey Cooper released a statement Saturday about the incident after being contacted for comment.

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A man was arrested and charged with assaulting and injuring Rand Paul, the Republican senator from Kentucky, at his home on Friday afternoon.

According to the neighbor, Senator Paul and Boucher have had ongoing problems.

The investigation by Weaver is continuing, and no other details were immediately available.

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"We are working with our state and local partners to determine if there was a violation of federal law", Habich said. Both are residents of Bowling Green, Kentucky, where the attack took place.

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