OK, so that’s what I’m talking about. And it’s from Rush Limbaugh’s home town.
No word on what the performance was that got them so riled up.
From the Southeast Missourian:
Two Cape Girardeau men were issued summonses for peace disturbance after a Tuesday night altercation at a kindergarten performance in the Alma Schrader Elementary School gym, Cape Girardeau Police Department public information officer Darin Hickey said Thursday.
Ryan D. Steck, 36, and Kevin F. Alexander, 38, were arrested, cited and released for peace disturbance, Hickey said. The incident occurred at 6:35 p.m.
Hickey said Steck and Alexander got into a verbal altercation that led to pushing and shoving. Two off-duty police officers were attending the performance as parents. As soon as the officers saw words being exchanged, they made their way toward the subjects. The two men got face to face and the officers reported the two men went to the floor where the officers “immediately separated them,” Hickey said.
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