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Neighbor convicted of assaulting Rand Paul sells his home

June 12, 2019
FILE- In a Monday, Jan. 28, 2019 file photo, Rene Boucher, right, and his attorney Matt Baker listen to questions, during jury selection in a civil trial in Warren Circuit Court in Bowling Green, Ky. Boucher, who pleaded guilty last year to assaulting Paul, has sold his home next door to the senator. Court records in the civil case show Boucher sold his Bowling Green home in May and delivered the proceeds of the sale, about $482,000, to the court. The records say the money will be held in an account until the civil proceedings are resolved. (Bac Totrong/Daily News via AP, File)

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — The neighbor convicted of attacking U.S. Sen. Rand Paul has sold his home next door to the senator.

Rene Boucher pleaded guilty last year to assaulting Paul. Paul also won a civil verdict against Boucher for more than $582,000 in January.

Court records in the civil case show Boucher sold his Bowling Green home in May and delivered the proceeds of the sale, about $482,000, to the court. The records say the money will be held in an account until the civil proceedings are resolved.

Paul testified during a three-day trial this year that he feared for his life after Boucher, an anesthesiologist, slammed into him in their upscale neighborhood in late 2017.

The jury awarded $375,000 in punitive damages and $200,000 for pain and suffering, plus more than $7,800 for medical expenses.

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