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Boner Fight for August 2nd, 2017

Boner Candidate #1: HELL, WE WAS JUST HAVING A BIT OF FUN

The Bureau of Land Management and the Emery County Sheriff have opened investigations into what a citizen reported as illegal hazing of wild horses by members of the sheriff’s search and rescue team. The July 9 incident came to light after Laurie Kline, a Bicknell-based photographer, visited McKay Flat to photograph horses that roam the Muddy Creek Herd Management Area in the San Rafael Swell, south of Interstate 70. She wound up photographing men on dirt bikes and an ATV apparently pursuing the horses in violation of federal law that protects free-roaming wild horses and burros. Kline’s photographs show the sheriff’s logo on the door of the truck that hauled vehicles to the site.

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Boner Candidate #2: I’M NOT LEAVING AND YOU CAN’T MAKE ME

New Hampshire police say they were forced to drag a driver out of his burning car after it crashed into a tree and he refused to leave, telling them he was a mechanic. Police say a witness reported the crash in Pelham on Monday night and said the driver didn’t want help from police or firefighters. When they arrived, 53-year-old Michael Hines, of Derry, refused to get out of the car. Police say they removed him but he tried to get back in as the fire spread and the tires exploded. Police dragged him out. Hines wasn’t hurt.

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