Lexington Police Search For Man After Speeding Car Almost Hit Officers

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/15/2013 12:56 am
Police say a fight at a Wendy's in Lexington ended with a speeding car narrowly missing two officers.

Police say a man named David Philpott, who is possibly from Laurel County, threatened to cut a man Monday night at the fast food restaurant on Athens-Boonesboro Road.

When officers arrived they say they tried to arrest Philpott for outstanding warrants.

Police say Philpott then drove off in a Cadillac and barely missed hitting them.

He still hasn't been caught.

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