Durango woman cited for destroying sign that asked for signatures in Lachelt recall effort

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Durango woman cited for destroying sign that asked for signatures in Lachelt recall effort

Store owner reports woman ripped sign in half
A Durango woman has been cited for entering Kelly’s Cowboy Co. on Friday and ripping down a sign, similar to this one. The sign says the store is a location where people can sign the petition to recall La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt.
Kelly’s Cowboy Co. on South Camino del Rio displays signs that say the store is a location where people can sign the petition to recall La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt.

Durango woman cited for destroying sign that asked for signatures in Lachelt recall effort

A Durango woman has been cited for entering Kelly’s Cowboy Co. on Friday and ripping down a sign, similar to this one. The sign says the store is a location where people can sign the petition to recall La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt.
Kelly’s Cowboy Co. on South Camino del Rio displays signs that say the store is a location where people can sign the petition to recall La Plata County Commissioner Gwen Lachelt.
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