Amish men break buggy law

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Amish men break buggy law

Jailed for not paying fines, failed to use reflective triangles
A group of Amish men were sent to jail by Graves County Judge Deborah Crooks for not paying fines for not displaying slow moving vehicle signs on their buggies. An Amish buggy is parked Thursday near the Courthouse.
Graves County deputy Zach Dunigan escorts Ananias Byler to the Graves County Jail in Kentucky. Byler, an Amish man, was arrested after failing to pay $489 in fines he incurred after not using a reflective triangle on the back of his buggy.

Amish men break buggy law

A group of Amish men were sent to jail by Graves County Judge Deborah Crooks for not paying fines for not displaying slow moving vehicle signs on their buggies. An Amish buggy is parked Thursday near the Courthouse.
Graves County deputy Zach Dunigan escorts Ananias Byler to the Graves County Jail in Kentucky. Byler, an Amish man, was arrested after failing to pay $489 in fines he incurred after not using a reflective triangle on the back of his buggy.
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