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“Erratic” camper hogtied at Alaska campground

(Aug. 20, 2012) -- On Aug. 11 or early Aug. 12, a 21-year-old Anchorage man allegedly caused such a violent disturbance at a Red Shirt Lake campsite in Willow, that his friends and others staying there had to hogtie him to prevent anyone from getting hurt, reports the Alaska Dispatch.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — On Aug. 11 or early Aug. 12, a 21-year-old Anchorage man allegedly caused such a violent disturbance at a Red Shirt Lake campsite in Willow, that his friends and others staying there had to hogtie him to prevent anyone from getting hurt, reports the Alaska Dispatch.

The Alaska Dispatch writes that according to Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters, the story goes like this:

A group of hikers (Group B) approached its intended destination, a campsite near the lake, and were surprised to find another group (Group A) already there. The two groups struck up a quick friendship and decided to merge, writes the Alaska Dispatch.

The Alaska Dispatch writes that some of the folks were drinking and the vibes were good, until the 21-year-old became “erratic.” Peters said he began “digging in the dirt,” “attempted to tackle” a guy and went after a female protecting her young child.

For the complete story from the Alaska Dispatch, click here.

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