"He hadn't really talked to his neighbour in years", Robert also said that he has never seen neighbours visiting the Paul's in all these years, Paul's no doubt is very less- interactive to people.
"Senator Paul was blindsided and the victim of an assault", Paul spokesman Kelsey Cooper told the Bowling Green Daily News. It is not clear exactly how soon he will return to work, as the pain is considerable as is the difficulty in getting around, including flying, ' said Doug Stafford, Paul's chief of staff.
"Two Kentuckians tell me Rand's neighborhood fracas stemmed from a dispute over some sort of planting or flora issue around the properties", Martin tweeted. He is being held at Warren County's jail on $5,000 bond.
A Warren County official did not immediately respond to an AP request for a copy of the arrest warrant. Police have charged Boucher with misdemeanor assault after he admitted to tackling Paul from behind. Police have not said what motivated the attack.
State police said that the troopers arrived at Boucher's residence and said that he, "had intentionally assaulted Paul, causing a minor injury".
"It is a pending, serious criminal matter involving state and federal authorities". Cornyn "betrays" GOP by backing Roy Moore Jeff Flake knows the GOP is in trouble, and so does the base Cornyn backs Moore in Alabama Senate race MORE (R-Ky.), breaking five of his ribs, on Monday said the incident had nothing to do with politics, Fox News reports. Rand Paul was more seriously injured than previously reported in an attack by his neighbor at Paul's Bowling Green home on Friday. They are also prominent members of the local medical community and worked together when they were both practicing physicians. He said they disagreed politically, but was shocked to hear of the incident. "We had heard of no friction whatsoever other than they just were difference of political opinion".
Boucher is an anesthesiologist and a pain specialist. He invented the "Therm-A-Vest", a cloth vest partially filled with rice that when heated can be worn to relieve back pain, according to a 2005 article from the Bowling Green Daily News.