FORT WORTH — When tax season rolls around, Lady Liberty is a common sight in North Texas.
Workers wearing light green robes and crowns are from Liberty Tax Service. Most drivers like Crystal Davis noticed the one at the corner of North Tarrant Parkway and Park Vista Boulevard in Fort Worth.
“With the little crown and robe... just kind of waving and dancing and pointing to Liberty Tax,” said Davis, who lives near the intersection.
But freedom landed in jail on Monday afternoon.
“It's a memory I won't forget,” said 19-year-old Channing Gould. “I sat in jail for it, and it could have been avoided.”
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