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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Sheriff busts drag racing crowd

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WHAT A DRAG: Race specators busted on Frazier Pike near Little Rock Port.
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  • WHAT A DRAG: Race specators busted on Frazier Pike near Little Rock Port.

The Pulaski sheriff's office reports that it broke up some drag racing in the 7900 block of Frazier Pike early this morning.

The racers got away. But deputies arrested 19 people who'd gathered to watch and charged them with loitering. Most of them were from places far from the civilizing influences of Little Rock — Cabot, Ward, Judsonia, Alexander.

Here's the rap sheet.

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