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A Montana man has been arrested after a Ten Commandments monument that stood near a courthouse was ripped down. [Read More]
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Montana police have arrested a man after he toppled a Ten Commandments monument using his pickup truck and a chain. Anthony Weimer, 30, is expected... [Read More]
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A 30-year-old Columbia Falls resident has been charged with felony criminal mischief after he allegedly chained a granite slab etched with the Ten Commandments to... [Read More]
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Police in Montana have confirmed the arrest of a local man after he pulled down a Ten Commandments monument using his pickup truck and a... [Read More]
Vandal attacks the Ten Commandments in Montana. [Read More]
This is such a stupid thing to do. [Read More]
A 30-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly toppling a statue of the Ten Commandments on courthouse property in Kalispell, Montana. [Read More]
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Montana police arrested a man who they said pulled down a courthouse Ten Commandments monument with a chain and a pickup truck, according to reports.... [Read More]
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Montana police arrested a man they said pulled down a courthouse Ten Commandments monument with a chain and a pickup truck, according to reports. [Read More]
A Columbia Falls man was arrested after he reportedly toppled a Ten Commandments monument located on the southwest side of the historic Flathead County Courthouse... [Read More]
Police in northwestern Montana say a man was arrested on a felony criminal mischief charge after he pulled down a Ten Commandments monument using a... [Read More]
Police in northwestern Montana say a man was arrested on a felony criminal mischief charge after he pulled down a Ten Commandments monument using a... [Read More]
I admit it. I cheated. Not on my taxes. Not even on my diet. It goes against my grain. I was raised by a set... [Read More]
KALISPELL- A 30-year-old Columbia Falls resident is being held on charges after pulling a Ten Commandments monument on the courthouse property out of the ground. [Read More]
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