During a visit Tuesday to Lexington's Urban County Government Center, state Rep. Ryan Quarles of Georgetown set off several times the new metal detector outside the mayor's office. Quarles  removed his watch and then passed through successfully as security officer Robert Hatfield stood by.
During a visit Tuesday to Lexington's Urban County Government Center, state Rep. Ryan Quarles of Georgetown set off several times the new metal detector outside the mayor's office. Quarles removed his watch and then passed through successfully as security officer Robert Hatfield stood by.
During a visit Tuesday to Lexington's Urban County Government Center, state Rep. Ryan Quarles of Georgetown set off several times the new metal detector outside the mayor's office. Quarles removed his watch and then passed through successfully as security officer Robert Hatfield stood by.

Metal detector installed outside Lexington Mayor Jim Gray's office

January 12, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED January 12, 2011 03:53 AM

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