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Police: Man Arrested For Driving Through UK Campus

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Updated: 4/30/2013 7:49 am
Police arrested a man after they said he drove illegally through UK's Campus.

Craig Hedger was accused of driving in front of several stopped cars at a red light on East Maxwell Monday morning, then not stopping for police.

Police said Hedger drove through stop signs, then across the sidewalk and into the student center lot.

They said he continued on over a curb, into the rear of the student center and up some steps.

Officers said he got out of the car and ran, but was quickly caught by police.
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