Thursday, October 27, 2005

October 26, 2005

Protesters in front of the Gallatin County Courthouse were warned for not staying on the sidewalk.

A man was removed from a bar on West Babcock Street for fighting. He began swinging a stick at people in the parking lot.

A woman on West Mendenhall Street told police a man was in her yard asking for a blanket. She asked him to leave and he began mocking her.

A man hit a herd of cows on Churchill Road and thought he killed them. Deputies responded and found that two cows were hit.

A woman on North Shore Drive told deputies someone had been in her house. The only item missing was her toilet brush.

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