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Today's Interview: Lexington Police Department searches for new home for Public Safety Museum

Submitted Photo
courtesy of the Lexington Police Department
Lexington Police Officer and Historian Robert Terry with recovered 125-year old stone arch of police department headquarters

The Lexington Police Department is looking for a new home for its public safety museum. This month they recovered an important part of their history on a Fayette County farm.

In Today’s Interview, Sam Dick spoke to Lexington Police Officer Robert Terry, who is the department's historian, about what they need to display more than 150-years of history.

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Sam is a veteran broadcast journalist who is best known for his 34-year career as a News Anchor at WKYT-TV in Lexington. Sam retired from the CBS affiliate in 2021.
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