Sheriff: Mudriders must stay out of f...

Sheriff: Mudriders must stay out of farmer's fields

There are 1 comment on the Bolivar Commercial story from Nov 22, 2007, titled Sheriff: Mudriders must stay out of farmer's fields. In it, Bolivar Commercial reports that:

“In some cases, in the rice fields, they were tearing the levees down”

Michael Simmons BC Staff Writer Published November 21, 2007 2:29 PM CST Aside from rising energy and fuel costs, farmers in Bolivar County can now add vandals rutting up their fields to an ever growing list. via Bolivar Commercial

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Tupelo, MS

#1 Mar 29, 2008
Maybe they will have more luck getting the law to do something in this county...Sunflower County sure isn't concerned. They will try to tell you that they can't find you or that you are in another county.

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