Police: Officer Hit By Car Expected To Be Okay

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Updated: 11/05/2013 5:58 pm
A car hit a Lexington Police officer Tuesday afternoon.

Police say an officer stopped the car on Winchester Road and discovered the driver was wanted on a warrant.

According to police that suspect jumped back into the car and hit the officer in the leg and knee before hitting a pole.

Police say the officer will be okay and he did not go to the hospital.

The suspect Mario Warner was finally arrested on Loudon and Eastland Parkway will face charges, including assault.
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