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Shots fired in Lexington, one lands in couple’s door

Lexington Police say a couple heard about five to six shots fired near their home on the 1900 block of Millbank Road Friday night. 

Lexington police investigate shooting and a possible road rage incident

Lexington Police says it's investigating two separate incidents Friday night.

Reports of multiple shots fired, at least one hit house in Georgetown

Anyone with information in the case is asked to call 502-863-7820 or through the RELAY App.

Suspects sought as gunshots disrupt quiet Lexington neighborhood

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lexington Police are looking for suspects in a shooting Saturday afternoon that disrupted a quiet Lexington neighborhood. The 'shots fired' call came...

Police say three people showed up at hospital with gunshot wounds

Lexington Police say three men told investigators they were all involved in a shooting on Oak Street.

Man fires shots; may have had a medical issue

Man initially runs from, doesn't comply with police

Gun shot during fight lands teen in jail

A gunshot fired during the middle of a fight lands a Danville teenager in jail on endangerment charges.

Charges are expected in shots fired investigation

Lexington Police are investigating after a call of shots fired at a home Midnight Thursday morning in the 700 block of Maple Avenue.

Shots fired into car in Lexington

Lexington Police are looking for a shooter after shots were fired into a car in the Jennifer Road area Tuesday night.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office investigates shots fired

Warren County Sheriff's Office says it responded to a shots fired complaint near UpperStone Avenue on Friday.

Police investigating teen shot

Lexington Police are investigating a shooting involving a teenager. 

Police investigation underway after man found in road

Shots fired call leads police to man in Smith Street.

Shots fired into car? Owner tells police bullet holes were there when he bought it

When Lexington Police started investigating a call Tuesday night about shots fired into a car, the car's driver told officers the bullet holes were there when he bought it. 

Lexington police says someone fired shots into a woman’s apartment

Lexington Police Department says it’s investigating gunshots near Versailles Road and Alexandria Drive. 

Investigation underway after cars exchange gunfire

Lexington police are investigating after they say two cars shot at each other during a chase Tuesday night.

Man being questioned after shots fired call

Lexington police say a man is being questioned regarding a shots fired call where police say someone in a black truck fired shots at another vehicle early Friday morning.

Man accused of shooting another man during fight in Danville

Danville Police arrested a Lexington man accused of shooting another man in the leg.

Nicholasville Police arrest man accused of firing shots near City County Park

Nicholasville Police officers have arrested a man they say fired shots Saturday just before midnight on Longview Drive near City County Park.

Lexington Police trying to figure out who fired shots that hit SUV

Lexington police are trying to figure out who fired shots Tuesday afternoon that hit a SUV.

Police: Shots fired at Lexington home

Police are searching for possible suspects after someone fired multiple shots at a home on Douglas Avenue.

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