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Man Arrested In Lexington Robbery Case

Perry White, 41
Perry White, 41
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Updated: 4/21/2012 12:39 am
A Lexington man who was shot to death on Chestnut Street about month ago, was apparently killed while committing a robbery.

Police say 41-year old James Fisher was shot by someone inside a house that Fisher and another man were breaking-in to.

Police say they don't know if the person who shot Fisher will be charged.

They're still investigating.

Fisher's alleged accomplice is 41-year old Perry White of Louisville.

He was charged in the case on Thursday.

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