Drew Duncan loaded an Occupy Lexington sign into a truck that was filling up with tents and other items cleared from the site. Police said future protests are OK, but not if they block sidewalks.
Drew Duncan loaded an Occupy Lexington sign into a truck that was filling up with tents and other items cleared from the site. Police said future protests are OK, but not if they block sidewalks. Herald-Leader
Drew Duncan loaded an Occupy Lexington sign into a truck that was filling up with tents and other items cleared from the site. Police said future protests are OK, but not if they block sidewalks. Herald-Leader

Police clear Occupy Lexington encampment after it's found unoccupied

January 25, 2012 12:00 AM

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