Update: Lexington Fugitive's Getaway Car Found

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Updated: 7/20/2012 6:12 pm
Georgetown Police say they've found the rental car that John Buckley IV used to get away.
Buckley left the Fayette County Courthouse on July 12th right before a jury found him guilty of rape.
Police say he cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet and took off.
The woman assaulted is now in protective custody.

Buckley's dad, an attorney in Colorado, is pleading for his son to turn himself in.
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