The warrant used was connected to a suspect who did not live there, and no drugs were found inside.
Internal investigators will see if the officers violated any police policies during the incident, the spokesman said. As many have fought to bring her justice, Cameron will soon announce whether charges will be laid against Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove for their roles in Taylor's death.
The Louisville police department announced early on Tuesday morning that it will restrict vehicle traffic downtown "due to increased attention and activity in anticipation of an announcement" and to "ensure the area is as safe as possible for those coming downtown to express their first amendment rights". Disciplinary action could include written reprimand and extend all the way up to termination, according to Washington. Then, with Delacruz out of the view of the video, five shots are heard.After she died, Delacruz, who claimed self-defense, was only placed on administrative leave - but only for a week.
Taylor was fatally shot March 13 as police returned fire from her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, Law Officer reported.
Walker said he received no response from the other side of the door when he called out after the officers rammed the door. One of three officers involved in the shooting was sacked for "wantonly and blindly" firing his weapon into the home, but no charges have been filed against him or the other officers.
Legal experts have said that whether the officers will be charged is unclear but may be unlikely given the protection that is offered to police.
As the investigation by the attorney general has progressed, protests have spread in Louisville and across the US. Just weeks before, Cameron revealed that he had received a ballistics report that was "critical" to the investigation.
After months of waiting for an answer in the Breonna Taylor case, anticipation for an announcement Tuesday from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron led to restricted access to downtown Louisville and reaction from Taylor's family. "It is important to note that (Cameron) has said there is no timetable for the announcement", the statement added.
The emergency declaration went into effect immediately Monday, and all officer time-off requests that had not already been approved were canceled. "However, public safety is our number one priority, and it would be irresponsible if we did not take preemptive action to preserve it".
The city recently agreed to pay her family $12 million to settle a lawsuit. The settlement included a commitment by the city to institute police reforms.