Sheriff Jim Hammond said Thursday medical records from the county jail " do not reflect any of the injuries" cited by an attorney for Charles Toney at a Thursday press conference.
The attorney said Toney suffered a broken finger, a collapsed lung, broken ribs, and a broken nose.
The investigation of the incident was referred by District Attorney Neal Pinkston to the U.S. Justice Department after a neighbor videoed the arrest.
Detective Blake Kilpatrick has been placed on desk duty. He said he used force against Toney after he bit his finger, kicked him and spat in his face.
The Sheriff's Office said Toney was examined by Erlanger personnel.
Sheriff Hammond said the attorney for Toney is welcome to examine Toney's medical records from the jail.