Miami, Florida (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
The New York Daily News (8/15) reports in their news story, Cowboy goes buckin' crazy when he rides horse into a bar, lassos customer: cop, that a drunk man rode his horse into a saloon twice, and then lassoed a man in the parking lot and dragged him across a parking lot.
Police said, Jeremy Rene Mouton, 26, became "highly intoxicated" at Cowboy's Saloon in Scott, La. He then left the bar and pull his horse from his trailer. Witnesses said that Moulton rode into the bar on the horse but the animal became scared from the sound of the band so he turned it back around.
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According to Cowboy goes buckin' crazy when he rides horse into a bar, lassos customer: cop, the 26-year-old then exited the bar again and lassoed a man twice, knocked him to the ground and dragged him across the parking lot.
Mouton was arrested for second-degree battery, remaining after being forbidden, public intimidation and retaliation and disturbing the peace. He was the newest resident at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center. Scott Police Chief Chad Leger said the victim, didn't require any medical attention.
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