Lexington Police Mounted Patrol Sgt. Joseph Eckhardt, left, and Officer Marty Parks patrolled on the Tates Creek High School campus in Lexington Tuesday. The Lexington Police Department is taking steps to increase visibility in the area around the school after three students brought guns to school and one juvenile was shot in a nearby neighborhood.
Lexington Police Mounted Patrol Sgt. Joseph Eckhardt, left, and Officer Marty Parks patrolled on the Tates Creek High School campus in Lexington Tuesday. The Lexington Police Department is taking steps to increase visibility in the area around the school after three students brought guns to school and one juvenile was shot in a nearby neighborhood. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Lexington Police Mounted Patrol Sgt. Joseph Eckhardt, left, and Officer Marty Parks patrolled on the Tates Creek High School campus in Lexington Tuesday. The Lexington Police Department is taking steps to increase visibility in the area around the school after three students brought guns to school and one juvenile was shot in a nearby neighborhood. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Tates Creek High gets more safety staff as mounted police patrol area

November 22, 2016 01:46 PM

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