Update: New Details In Previous Suspension Of Lexington Officer

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/01/2013 12:02 am
We're learning more about the Lexington Police Officer accused of grabbing a 13-year-old soccer referee in Scott County after a match.

ABC 36 News now has paperwork saying Officer Keith Spears was suspended for incompetence in 2005.

A formal complaint says Spears went into a health club confronted the owner, while off duty, with his gun visible.

It says he went to a strip club while on-duty, without filling out an alcohol report.

The complaint also says he was told to go to an accident, but didn't for 45 minutes.

Spears now faces a criminal complaint from a Scott County family.

It says he grabbed and shoved their 13-year-old son during a soccer game earlier this month.
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