Second Person Charged In Lexington's First Homicide Of 2013

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Updated: 2/01/2013 7:34 pm
Lexington Police said a second person was charged in connection to the city's first homicide of 2013.

Investigators said Allen Burgess, 19, is charged with complicity to commit murder in the shooting death of Joseph Randolph.

He was already in jail in Lexington on unrelated charges when he was charged in the homicide.

Police said Randolph was gunned down on Simpson Avenue on January 5, 2013.

On January 16, 2013, police arrested and charged Quante Johnson, 18, with murder and tampering with physical evidence in the case.
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