Presidential hopeful Rand Paul attacked at his Kentucky home

Presidential hopeful Rand Paul attacked at his Kentucky home

Presidential hopeful Rand Paul attacked at his Kentucky home

Police were not immediately clear on why Boucher allegedly assaulted Paul.

Boucher, 59, of Bowling Green was arrested and charged with one count of Fourth Degree Assault.

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

Paul, a Republican, received a minor injury, police said in the report.

This is a developing story.

The release did not provide details of the assault or the nature of Paul's injury.

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Paul, Kentucky's junior senator since 2011, was present at the congressional baseball practice shooting in June that seriously injured U.S. Rep.

US Senator Rand Paul has suffered minor injuries after being attacked in his Kentucky home on Saturday.

According to records obtained by WAVE 3 News, he graduated from the University of Des Moines Osteopathic Med & Surgery. He is being held at Warren County's jail on $5,000 bond.

However, Boucher is an anesthesiologist and pain specialist in Bowling Green, who developed a product called Therm-a-Vest.

He's also a registered Democrat.

KSP says the investigation is ongoing.

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