Lexington Police Sergeant Accused Of Assaulting Daughter

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Updated: 8/05 7:25 pm
A Lexington Police Sergeant is accused of assaulting his daughter.

Court documents said that Pete Ford hit his 11-year-old daughter on the wrist with a toy baton.

Ford's daughter reportedly told officers that she had a little redness on her wrists.

According to the documents, Ford said that his daughter was out of control, and that she had hit Ford when he tried to stop her from leaving.

Ford was charged with fourth-degree assault.

Police said that he had been assigned to administrative duties for the time being.

Ford was scheduled to be in court this Thursday.



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