Businesses and residents who store tires on their property in East Baton Rouge without a fence will soon face the possibility of receiving a fine.The EBR Metro Council passed the measure Wednesday that includes piles with five or more tires.Several pictures were given to council members as an example of businesses who leave tires in the open.Violators will face a $125 fine on first offense, and doubling thereafter.
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The store owner showed support for police, and someone posted a threatening sign on her door.
A South Pacific cruise was interrupted by brawls apparently caused by a 23-member family who threw punches at other passengers, some of whom locked themselves in cabins to escape days of violence.
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