UNION PARISH, La. (KTVE/KARD) — Two Louisiana State Police troopers charged in connection to the death of Ronald Greene will not be getting paid while on administrative leave, according to officials.

On Thursday, Jan. 12, officials announced that Lt. John Clary and Master Trooper Kory York will not receive a paycheck while on administrative leave after charges were brought into the 2019 Ronald Greene case. The decision was made after the troopers were initially placed on paid leave in December 2022.

This decision by the Louisiana State Police Commission came after Clary and York were indicted on charges in December 2022. According to reports, York will appear in court on Feb. 22.

York faces one count of negligent homicide and 10 counts of malfeasance in office. Clary faces malfeasance in office and obstruction of justice charges.

The family of Greene filed wrongful death civil lawsuit which is scheduled to being in June 2024.