Police Search Horse Farm For Car Crash Suspect

Lexington Police think a man involved in a serious car crash fled into Calumet Farm.

An off-duty federal agent witnessed the wreck at Versailles Road near New Circle late Wednesday night.

When the agent noticed two people inside the car trying to run from the scene, he detained a female suspect at the scene.

The man in the car got away.

It's unknown if the woman went to jail or to the hospital.

However, police think the male suspect is injured, since they saw blood at the scene.

Police called out a number of K-9 units to try to track the suspect, but couldn't find the man.


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  • by janet Location: lexington on Dec 21, 2007 at 03:54 AM
    i was disapointed to see that miracle on 34th street didn't make the list of favorite christmas movies.
  • by just me Location: mccreary county on Dec 20, 2007 at 07:12 AM
    Hmm...... They sure must of been guilty of something to want to run from the scene, especially with them hurt. I believe I'd want some help if I was injured
  • by anita Location: mount vernon ky on Dec 20, 2007 at 05:33 AM
    When I was in school, we knew that corporal punishment would be enforced if we acted up @ school.Then we would get it again when we got home. My point is that if authority figures in the school system were allowed to enforce it, these out of control kids would think twice about pulling pranks at school. We as a nation, may not have seen all the school shootings ect. that has happened in the past few years. Furthermore if parents would/could corporally punish their children, maybe they would respect life more in general. Statistics show the rate of school violence keeps rising.

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