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Monday, March 16, 2015

Monday, Monday. An open line. Plus, a zebra attack

Posted By on Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 3:47 PM


Here's the Monday open line and a look at today's headlines. Also

David Koon says these are the end times. Who could disagree when ...

... A ZEBRA ATTACKS: From KTHV is this

According to Cpl. Steve Hernandez, deputies with the White County Sheriff's Office were called in reference to a man being attacked by his own zebra. The man is said to have been transferred from White County to UAMS for treatment.

Cpl. Hernandez said because the man owned the zebra, there isn't much authorities can do at this point
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UPDATE: The injured man is White County District Judge Mark Derrick. He was in serious condition Monday afternoon, the Searcy Daily Citizen reported.

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