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Grayson Co. Veteran Group Ordered To Pay Up After Losing Eviction Suit

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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- A judge in Sherman issues her decision in an eviction suit involving a senior citizen.

The American Legion Post 231 sued Wayman Reed, 75, after a dispute involving a fence they say was built too close to a neighboring trailer.

After hearing arguments on June 5, Judge Carol Siebman ruled this week the post will "take nothing" from the suit.

She also ordered the Post pay about $1,000 in court costs.

Reed says he's glad he will be able to stay in his home.