Uncorked for Cops

On May 14, the Louisville Metro Police Foundation hosted “Uncorked for Cops,” an evening of wine tastes and fun, at PriceWeber on Shelbyville Road. Guests were asked to bring a bottle of wine to share. The foundation provides equipment and programs for LMPD and financial assistance to officers and their families.

Photos by BILL WINE | Contributing Photographer

Uncorked For Cops.Uncorked For Cops.Uncorked For Cops.Uncorked For Cops.Uncorked For Cops.A Remington 700 was displayed.A M4 was displayed.Tamela Compton, Jamie O\'Neill and the Executive Director Police Foundation Barry Denton engaged in a conversation.Shelley Snyder, Sharon Ernst and Erin Fischer.Jeff and Sandy Smith.Jennifer Hughes and the Executive Director Police Foundation Barry Denton.Jared and Alicia Wilder.Junior.The Metro Bomb Squad participated in the event.Sgt. S.Frank and Kyra.Eddie Price and Tyrus Christiana.Michelle Moberly and Diane Karer.Vicky Weber and Treva Brockman.Lisa Russell took aim with a taser gun as Brian Kuriger gave her instructions.Rachel Byrd and Jennifer Hughes.Brian Kuriger talked with Treva Brockman as others looked on.Trev Brockman was given instructions on how to hold and aim a taser gun by Brian Kuriger.Trev Brockman fired a taser gun at the target as Brian Kuriger smiled.Kara Voit and Tim Garrett.Angie Merrick, Carey Klain and Debbie Minniear. Debbie Minniear celebrated her birthday at the event.Jim Ellis, Michelle Cheek, Annette and Doug Sweeney, Director of Community Engagement Shannon Adkins, and Lisa and Phil Russell.Cindy Howard and Shanna Rucker.Jim Ellis, Michelle Cheek, Chief of Police Steve Conrad, Joan Conrad and the Executive Director Police Foundation Barry Denton.Cindy Howard, Andy Hall, Shanna Rucker, the Executive Director Police Foundation Barry Denton and Ben Jansen.Uncorked For Cops.Brain Kuriger instructed Terri Duncan on how to hold and aim a taser gun.