Lexington Police Officer Who Harassed Teen Soccer Ref Applies For Disability Pension

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/17 1:03 am
A Lexington Police officer who pleaded guilty to harassing a 13-year old soccer referee, applied for a disability pension, according to the city.

Officer Keith Spears wanted the pension based on a "permanent occupational disability," according to the city.

The petition is scheduled to be discussed at a Disability Board meeting on August 14, 2014.



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