Lexington Police: Officer Assaulted, Teens Arrested During Large Disorder

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/23/2013 12:58 am
Lexington Police say an officer was assaulted and two teens were arrested during a large disorder Thursday night at the corner of Chantilly Street and Rugby Road. 

Police tell ABC 36 News that it started when officers responded to a report of a group of teens fighting in the street.

Police say when they arrived, two 16-year old boys assaulted an officer who immediately called for backup.

The officer wasn't hurt.

Police arrested both juveniles.

Investigators say a juvenile girl was assaulted.  She was taken to the hospital with what police call non-life threatening injuries.


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