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Man makes too much noise in Wal-Mart
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Officers were called to the Subway inside Wal-Mart after several patrons called 911 complaining about a man in line screaming profanities while talking on his cell phone, in front of and at times, at, the children present.

When the officer from the Covington Police Department arrived, he found the man, identified as 29-year-old Hade Sowell, still in line and speaking in a very loud and animated manner on his cell phone. When the officer was about 10-feet away he heard Sowell using colorful language and threatening to beat someone up.

When the officer asked him if he had been yelling about beating someone named Kebo up while using profanity, Sowell allegedly admitted that he had been having an argument on the phone with a member of his family named Kebo and that he was cussing but he didn’t think he was being that loud. He also said that he quieted down after a store employee asked him to.

The officer informed Sowell that he was being arrested for disorderly conduct. At this point Sowell began to get loud again, according to reports, and cursed about the situation, in front of several families and children.

Sowell was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. He had also allegedly parked in a handicap space and was additionally charged with improper parking.