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Whether motivated by patriotism or some other reason, a Texan woman who tried to parade without permission on July 4th was reportedly arrested on Saturday.
Laurie Bostic, 61, got into a tractor around 11:30 a.m. and tried to join other participants in the parade in Rockwall, east of Dallas, reported FOX 4 of Dallas-Fort Worth.
Police were called to the scene because Bostic allegedly caused a disturbance, the station reported.
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Parade officials and police said Bostic refused to do so when they tried to convince them to leave the parade, according to FOX 4.
After continuing the tractor ride, police eventually forced her vehicle off the parade route, which resulted in her crashing into a fence and deactivating the vehicle, the report said.
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Bostic was soon arrested and charged with circumventing arrest, disrupting a processional process, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief, authorities told FOX 4.
She was being held in Rockwall County Jail, the Dallas Morning News reported.