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DDD 2009

Lexington Police at UK Game

At tonights game , I saw two lexington police officers, obviously off duty, arrive in front of Rupp Arena, Plate numbers F7021 and F4556.

F7021 is a slick top unmarked, F4556 is marked. The problem is they parked out front, where we cannot, and a carload of people got out of each car.

They got free close up parking, it was raining tonight, while we had to pay $10 and park half a mile away.

It's no problem if they are on duty, but this is a little much





Saturday, December 23, 2006


Thursday, January 18, 2007

I'm not saying that the perception of what you saw was not reality because sometimes officers do take advantage of their status.  They're only human and they can make mistakes too.

However, MAJORITY of them do not and most of the time you have police officers that are performing a security function for the school.  Most of the time, that is done while not in uniform so as to increase the odds of catching illegal activity. 

Rather than jump to conclusions, call the police department and find out what's going on. 


Sunday, March 04, 2007

Many sporting events/concerts hire off duty police to provide security for the event. Were they in uniform? Plus, I've seen many football games, etc. on TV where uniformed police were present. 


Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Welcome to Lexington dude! If they can't get under your skin, they don't want you there.


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