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L E X I NG TO N SPORTS, B1 UK junior safety is hungry to return SUMMER’S LAST STAND 30 IDEAS FOR THE FINAL WEEKEND BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS Henry Clay football looks to rebound PLUS: ‘BOURNE LEGACY’ AND ‘CAMPAIGN’ + ‘WALKING DEAD’ VIDEO GAME + MINDY SMITH + HUNDREDS MORE THINGS TO DO WEEKENDER AUGUST 10, 2012 | FRIDAY | METRO FINAL EDITION London Olympics $1.00 1 Officer faces misconduct charges SOCCER LEXINGTON POLICEMAN ACCUSED OF SEXUAL CONTACT WITH UNCHARGED DRUG SUSPECT By Josh Kegley and Valarie Honeycutt Spears AMERICANS REACH GOAL LEFTERIS PITARAKIS | ASSOCIATED PRESS The United States’ Abby Wambach celebrated on the soccer field Thursday as she and her teammates won Olympic gold and a measure of revenge against their finals opponent, Japan, which had denied them a World Cup title last year. LEAVING NO DOUBT 200-METER DASH ty Attorney’s office. Brown could not be reached for jkegley@herald-leader.com comment Thursday night. vhoneycutt@herald-leader.com A citation was issued and A Lexington police officer served Wednesday, Rothrock has been charged with mis- said. Rothrock said the chargconduct for allegedly es stemmed from incireceiving sexual fadents that occurred on vors from a woman Dec. 9. Both Rothrock and failing to charge and police spokeswomher with a crime after an Sherelle Roberts finding drug parapherdeclined to say why nalia in her purse. Brown was charged. Sgt. Robert However, arrest Brown was criminalwarrants filed in FayBrown ly charged with one ette District Court count of first-degree outlined the allegaofficial misconduct and two tions. counts of second-degree ofAccording to the warrant ficial misconduct, said Jason charging him with first-degree Rothrock, director of prosecution at the Fayette CounSee OFFICER, A2 RALPH W. BEITING 1924-2012 Priest founded Christian Appalachian Project BOXING PATRICK SEMANSKY | ASSOCIATED PRESS A FISTFUL OF GOLD American teenager Claressa Shields, left, dominated Russia’s Nadezda Torlopova in women’s boxing Thursday. By Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com BASKETBALL VICTOR R. CAIVANO | ASSOCIATED PRESS ON TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP The U.S. women fought off a tenacious Australian squad Thursday in the semifinals, clearing the way to the championship match Saturday against France. ANJA NIEDRINGHAUS | ASSOCIATED PRESS A LIGHTNING BOLT STRIKES TWICE Jamaica’s Usain Bolt celebrated another gold medal Thursday. SEE PHOTO GALLERIES FROM THE GAMES SPORTS, B1: COVERAGE FROM LONDON AND THE MEDAL COUNT COMING SUNDAY Monsignor Ralph W. Beiting, a Roman Catholic priest who started the Christian Appalachian Project and helped nurture it into one of the state’s largest charities, died early Thursday. Monsignor Beiting, 88, had been treated for heart blockages and hospitalized at times in recent weeks, and he died at King’s Daughters Medical Center in Ashland at 1:20 a.m. Thursday, said Dominic Capria, director of operations at the Father Beiting Appalachian Mission Center in Louisa. 1999 ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO Monsignor Ralph W. Beiting, 88, died Thursday morning. Friends and acquaintances said Monsignor Beiting ’s work in poverty relief and as a minister had touched countless lives in Eastern Kentucky over more than six decades. As Fayette County students prepare to return to school, find a special Opinions section focused on youth violence in Central Kentucky, written and edited by Lexington high school and college students. Plus, find details about a major new community anti-bullying campaign. dealsaver.com/lexington $30 for a 3-day/2-night stay for 2 adults at the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas plus a Las Vegas BITE Card. Room taxes included. ($200 Value) Like Kentucky.com on Facebook and enter to win prizes worth nearly $1,500 from Readers’ Choice favorites. Facebook.com/kentuckycom. Delivery: 1-800-999-8881 Classified: 1-800-933-7355 News: (859) 231-3200 Weather, Page B10: High 75, Low 54 Welcome Theodore Wright, M.D. 1401 Harrodsburg Road, Suite B-275, Lexington 305 Estill Street, Berea APPOINTMENTS: 859.278.2334 See BEITING, A2 KentuckyOneHealth is pleased to announce that Theodore Wright, M.D., formerly of Surgical Associates of Lexington, is now with Saint Joseph Cardiothoracic Surgical Associates. The board-certified surgeon is dedicated to providing the most advanced surgical treatments for a wide range of cardiac and thoracic conditions, such as: coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease, carotid artery stenosis, lung disease, as well as many other conditions. Vol. 30 No. 221 © 2012

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