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January 2, 2003

Four Lee County deputies and Smithville police officers are back on the job after being attacked at a New Years Eve Party. The officers went to a home on Boulevard Street in Smithville after a report that fireworks were being set off.

Police say the owner, Shane Parsons, (Top picture) responded by hitting a deputy, then some of his friends joined in a drunken brawl with the officers.

Parsons got out on $26,000 bond. He's charged with felony obstruction of an officer, battery, and disorderly conduct, and possession of fireworks.

 Dakota Parsons, (Second picture) Brian Anthony Davis (Third picture) and Timothy Chappel, (bottom picyure) were also charged with felony obstruction and battery. Chappel is free on $26,000 bond,

Dakota Parsons bonded out with $15,000, and Davis $25,000.

A 13-year old girl was also arrested for fighting with the officers.

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