Lexington Police Investigating Cambridge Dr. Homicide

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Updated: 8/31/2013 8:01 pm
Lexington police are investigating a homicide that happened Saturday morning on Cambridge Drive.

Officers say that's where they found 73-year old Dale Irons just before 8am.

Police say Irons was taken to UK Hospital where he died.

According to the Fayette County Coroner, Irons was physically assaulted and died from multiple blunt impact injuries.

Officers questioned people on the scene and arrested 42-year old Claude Dalrymple, charging him with murder.

Police say Dalrymple and Irons knew each other and will continue to investigate.
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