Lexington Police Officer Corey Doane, using his lapel mounted microphone, tested a new digital radio as he and officer Chris Burlile ran tests at the Kentucky Horse Park on Iron Works Pike in Lexington on Wednesday.
Lexington Police Officer Corey Doane, using his lapel mounted microphone, tested a new digital radio as he and officer Chris Burlile ran tests at the Kentucky Horse Park on Iron Works Pike in Lexington on Wednesday. Herald-Leader
Lexington Police Officer Corey Doane, using his lapel mounted microphone, tested a new digital radio as he and officer Chris Burlile ran tests at the Kentucky Horse Park on Iron Works Pike in Lexington on Wednesday. Herald-Leader

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