LMPD :: Louisville Metro Police Department

You are replying to:

BRANDENBURG, KY (WAVE) – Police are warning Kentucky drivers after at least two cars were stopped by fake barricades placed in the road. Police say it may be a crime many drivers least expect. That's because for a lot of people their normal reaction when they see something in the road is to get out of their vehicle and move it, especially if they are close to home. But police in Meade County say please don't, because you may become Brandenburg Police Department Sergeant Ray Whited said a few nights

This will appear at the TOP of your comment.
Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxXxxXXxxXx
If it is found that you are posting under an established alias that does not belong to you, your comments will be flagged for trolling.
Allowed Types: gif, jpg or png. Max Size: 2mb
Regenerate Image
Click image for new code
Letters only. Case Insensitive.