Rand Paul gives thanks for support after Kentucky assault

Rand Paul gives thanks for support after Kentucky assault

Rand Paul gives thanks for support after Kentucky assault

Kentucky State Police on Friday charged Rene Boucher, 59, with fourth-degree assault with a minor injury.

Boucher was taken to the Warren County Jail, where records show he was released on Saturday on a $7,500 bond with a court date scheduled for Thursday.

Senator Paul's communications director, Kelsey Cooper, issued a statement saying that Paul was "blindsided and the victim of assault".

The Bowling Green Daily News, citing an arrest warrant, said Paul told police his neighbor came on to his property in a gated community just east of Bowling Green and tackled him from behind.

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Troopers responded to Paul's residence at 3:21pm on Friday after reports of an assault. Police arrested a man named Rene Albert Boucher, who they allege "intentionally assaulted" Paul, causing him "minor injury". "Senator Paul is fine". "Thank you for your thoughts and prayers", Paul said on Twitter on Sunday morning, referring to his wife. It was unclear if Boucher has an attorney, and he could not be reached for comment late on Saturday.

David Habich, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said the agency was aware of the incident concerning Senator Paul.

An ophthalmologist, he represents Kentucky in the US Senate and is the son of former Congressman Ron Paul, who ran for president several times.

KSP spokesman Jeremiah Hodges said the FBI was on scene to investigate whether the assault was politically motivated but was unable to elaborate on the status of that investigation.

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