|Downtown Harrodsburg, Ky. (familypedia photo)|
A complaint was called in to police who disbanded participants. Many white residents attended black church services Sunday morning to apologize and say they did not want this type of event happening in their community. One white visitor said, "We're not going to stand for it here."
Harrodsburg, Ky. is about 35 miles from Lexington and is the home of Old Fort Harrod established in 1774. Danville is the county seat of Boyle County.
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On Monday morning, Wingcom Watchdog called the Harrodsburg Police Department for confirmation and spoke to Detective Brian Allen who said he was out of town during the weekend, but no official police report had been filed on the incident. Det. Allen stated that he was told "kids had confederate flags in the back of their truck, and Wal-Mart banded them from the property." He said he could not confirm if any adults were involved.