Lexington Police Officer Accused Of Harassing Teen Referee

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Updated: 10/23/2013 10:38 pm
A Lexington police officer is at the center of an investigation after a reported incident involving a teenaged referee at a soccer game.

According to Kentucky Referee Committee Chairman Oliver Barber, a man harassed a 13-year-old volunteer referee on October 16th during a game in Scott County.

Barber says that man eventually grabbed the teenager by the arm and threatened him.

The parents filed a complaint.

The Scott County Sheriff's office is now investigating Lexington Police Officer Keith Spears.
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