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Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard describes the events that led up to an officer firing at a man on Stanton Way near Newtown Pike's interstate exits. The Kentucky State Police is investigating. The department recently started using body cameras, and footage from the encounter will aid the investigation. cbertram@herald-leader.com
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Suspect was shot after backing into patrol car, endangering officer, records say

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