Man Pleads Not Guilty To Assaulting Lexington Police Sergeant

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Updated: 4/01/2013 6:32 pm
A man has pleaded not guilty to hurting a Lexington Police Sergeant.

Police said the sergeant tried to stop Bryce Anthony Ricketts, 21, Sunday night on I-64 for reckless driving. Police said Ricketts punched the sergeant in the face, and drove off with the sergeant still in the car. The sergeant then fell out. Police said Ricketts later turned himself in.

The sergeant went to the hospital, but has been released. He is expected to take a few days off to recover.
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Ranger2 - 4/1/2013 6:48 PM
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I believe he is in big trouble.
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