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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Peace on earth absent at Jermain Taylor's house

Posted By on Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 4:51 PM

BACK IN THE NEWS: Jermain Taylor with attorney at earlier court appearance.
  • BACK IN THE NEWS: Jermain Taylor with attorney at earlier court appearance.
The Pulaski sheriff's office was called to a disturbance at boxer Jermain Taylor's estate near Maumelle again today. A woman complained of damage to her car and a minor injury in some kind of altercation in which Taylor figured. No charges. Disputants referred to the prosecutor.

At least no one was shot this time. Taylor is awaiting trial on a shooting (non-fatal) at his place.




Media accounts say a 30-year-old woman says Taylor throw a brick through the window of her car and it struck her.

O, holy night.

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