Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard, left, congratulated Ken L. Armstrong, one of 16 Lexington police officers who were promoted during a ceremony Monday at Bluegrass Community and Technical College. Armstrong, a 24-year veteran, was promoted to assistant chief. On hand for the ceremony were Mayor Jim Gray, second from right, and Public Safety Commissioner Ronnie Bastin.
Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard, left, congratulated Ken L. Armstrong, one of 16 Lexington police officers who were promoted during a ceremony Monday at Bluegrass Community and Technical College. Armstrong, a 24-year veteran, was promoted to assistant chief. On hand for the ceremony were Mayor Jim Gray, second from right, and Public Safety Commissioner Ronnie Bastin. Herald-Leader
Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard, left, congratulated Ken L. Armstrong, one of 16 Lexington police officers who were promoted during a ceremony Monday at Bluegrass Community and Technical College. Armstrong, a 24-year veteran, was promoted to assistant chief. On hand for the ceremony were Mayor Jim Gray, second from right, and Public Safety Commissioner Ronnie Bastin. Herald-Leader

16 in Lexington police department honored during promotion ceremony

February 02, 2015 05:51 PM

UPDATED February 03, 2015 04:12 PM

More Videos

  • Kentucky shooting victim considers herself lucky bullet missed her spine

    Denise Massey describes her experience getting injured from a shootout when she and her fiancé, Jimmy Brannon, traveled to Columbia, South Carolina for the University of Kentucky football game against University of South Carolina.