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Updated: 11/14/2013 3:53 pm
The Lexington Police Department is investigating an incident where a man displayed a gun to an undercover police officer.

Officials say around 12:30 this afternoon on Newton Pike an undercover officer observed a vehicle weaving in and out of traffic.

The driver of the vehicle cut off the officer. Police say when the officer looked over at the suspect, he displayed a gun.

The officer then showed his badge and pulled the suspect over.

The Lexington Police Department has arrested and charged David K. Parsons with Wanton endangerment, Possession of a controlled substance and carrying concealed deadly weapon.

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