Andrew Dys

December 29, 2012 11:13 PM

Clover junk man hopes town will relent in 2013

Johnny Ramsey was jailed by the Town of Clover for too much junk in his yard, prompting national outrage. Ramsey hopes 2013 is a better year.

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