Boyle County Sheriff Dept
On Sunday, January 27th, just before 5:00 A.M., a deputy was responding to reports that someone was throwing rocks at semi-trucks along Lexington Road in the Old Bridge area.
As the deputy was traveling east on Lexington Road, a rock was thrown from a west bound vehicle as they passed. The rock went through the deputies windshield and struck the deputy in the face. The deputies vehicle left the roadway, struck several trees, then rolled over several times. The deputy sustained injuries, but is expected to make a full recovery.
The suspect vehicle is described as a dark colored passenger car. Anyone with information is asked to call (859) 238-1220. A cash reward is being offered for information which leads to the prosecution of the offender.
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