Man Arrested In Theft At Lexington School

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/04/2013 10:14 pm
Lexington Police arrest a man after the theft of cellphones and pagers, at some Lexington businesses.

Police say it happened several times in late January.

Police say James Nelson Watts IV is responsible for at least one of them.

According to police, Watts went to a basketball game at the Bluegrass Baptist School on January 28th.

Investigators say Watts claimed he was there to fix a light in the locker room, then stole an electronic device belonging to a player.

And police say they're trying to figure out if he was involved in other thefts.
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