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On Thursday, the Lexington Police Department received reports that more than a dozen homes and vehicles were struck by shots fired from a BB gun in the Meadowthorpe neighborhood.
Officers will be conducting a Click-it or Ticket enforcement event Friday, May 31 from 9 p.m. – 12 a..m at the intersection of Main Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard.
The Lexington Police Department is reminding motorists to Click It or Ticket as the Memorial Day weekend approaches.
The department says officer Jeffery Burden was off-duty and in his Lexington Police cruiser at the time of the accident.
We now know the name of the pedestrian hit and killed on New Circle Road, while walking in a crosswalk Sunday morning.
Public parking will be prohibited on several downtown streets starting Friday morning.
Lexington Police say a 17-year-old girl is in serious condition after a shooting Friday afternoon.
The officers say they found three vehicles with bullet holes and several shell casings in the parking lot.
A Lexington community group is demanding justice and change within the Lexington Police Department after an incident involving two off duty officers and an autistic teenager at Fayette Mall.
Administrative, non-emergency phone lines for the Lexington Police and Fire departments are not working consistently, according to city officials.
Police say they received an anonymous tip that 38-year-old Jerry Greer was staying at the LaQuinta Inn on Stanton Way.
Police say two officers working an off-duty assignment were asked by mall security to investigate a group of teenagers who had been acting disorderly in several stores.
The department announced on Thursday Thomasena Grider became its first African-American female sergeant.
On Wednesday, a jury acquitted Lexington Police Sergeant Jervis Middleton on official misconduct charges.
Police say the driver got out of the car as the officers approached and, after talking to him briefly, the officers say the man tried to run off.
Police say the men approached a woman and implied they had a gun.
The 17-year-old died Saturday night at the University of Kentucky hospital, days after being shot.
The urn was found by an employee at an auto auction center.
The Lexington Police Department announced Tuesday that Yoder, the police horse injured during the Christmas parade, was back at work.
A man admits to shooting another man three times after going to a house to find his "wife," according to the arrest citation.