Lexington Police Investigating Drug Bust and Potential Shooting

Police were called to a home off Scottsdale Circle for shots fired, but ended up finding drug paraphernalia in the home

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Rivkah - 8/6/2012 1:59 AM
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Here is this article, properly written: After a report of a shooting on the north side of town led to a separate drug bust, Lexington Police are investigating. Officers responded to a home on Scottsdale Circle around 6:30 Sunday night, and were told someone carried a shooting victim into the home. They didn't find anyone shot or any sign of a shooting, but they did find drug paraphernalia in the home. Two men were taken into custody for questioning, but no charges were filed. Police say they still believe there was a shooting, and continue to search for a victim believed to be shot in the leg. Another suspect, a man with dreadlocks and believed to be involved with the shooting may also be on the run.
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