La-Z-Boy story puts Proctor on the world media's map
Proctor Deputy Police Chief Troy Foucault was supposed to be off work Thursday. He dropped his kids off at school but then decided to check in at work just to see how things were going.
"I didn't get out of there until 4 [p.m.]," he said. "The phones were ringing off the hook -- British reporters, L.A. reporters.''
Thursday's News Tribune story about a Proctor man convicted of driving drunk in a La-Z-Boy lounge chair powered by a lawnmower engine traveled around the world.
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