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Christina Martin Sworn In As New Lexington Police Officer

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 9/2/2014

A Police officer for the village of Lexington was officially sworn in for her full time position Tuesday evening at the village's monthly Council meeting. Christina Martin is excited to start her new career as a full time officer with the Lexington Police Department. She's been on the force with Lexington since 2008, but only in a part-time position. Before joining the police force, she worked part-time as a preschool teacher as well as a park ranger for Charles Mill and Pleasant Hill Lake Parks. Christina says it's a "great achievement" to join the 7 other full time officers currently serving the village of Lexington.

   
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