Denton County officials who captured a video image of a man ripping down two U.S. flags at the Denton County Courthouse have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Fort Worth firefighter.
Denton County officials who captured a video image of a man ripping down two U.S. flags at the Denton County Courthouse have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Fort Worth firefighter. Denton County Sheriff’s Department Courtesy
Denton County officials who captured a video image of a man ripping down two U.S. flags at the Denton County Courthouse have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Fort Worth firefighter. Denton County Sheriff’s Department Courtesy

Fort Worth firefighter wanted for allegedly ripping down 2 U.S. flags in Denton County

October 07, 2017 4:25 PM

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