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Arrest made with help of off-duty dispatcher

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By Lisa King

An off-duty police dispatcher was instrumental in leading to a traffic-related arrest last week, according to Shelbyville Police.

According to the police report, off duty dispatcher Jeremy Younger was driving behind a 1996 Pontiac on Frankfort Road when he noticed that the car was “all over the roadway.”

Younger got on his cell phone and called police, who arrived at his location and got in behind the car, driven by Cresencio Martinez of Frankfort.

The officer pulled Martinez over. He couldn't detect any sign of intoxication.


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