Update: Additional Charges Filed Against Pulaski County Sheriff's Deputy

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Updated: 8/15/2013 7:39 pm
Federal prosecutors said Pulaski County Sheriff's Deputy Steven Molen, 48, was indicted Wednesday on one count of violating the civil rights of a victim by using excessive force in August 2008.

The indictment alleged that on August 24, 2008, in Russell County, Molen assaulted a victim identified in the indictment as "C.F.," resulting in bodily injury.

In June, a federal grand jury indicted Molen on two other counts of violating the civil rights of different victims by using excessive force in 2009 and 2011.

The investigation was conducted by the Louisville division of the FBI.
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